The habit of listening prayer opens you up to more of an intimate relationship with God and what He wants for you. Download my new ebook on listening prayer and find out more.
Grow your relationship with God through listening prayer. Have you ever noticed that if you don’t spend time listening to the people closest to you that you don’t grow in that relationship. It is the same way in our relationship with God. He wants us to spend time listening to Him so He can communicate with us.
Take the time to download the free ebook, Listening Prayer, when you subscribe to my email list. I outline simple practical steps for you to spend short periods of time in listening prayer.
By Elizabeth Zacharias
Created to Rest
Entering the Lord’s Rest Amidst Life’s Journey
She is passionate about her pursuit of God, prayer, missions and her creative endeavors. She loves exploring the outdoors, foreign cuisines, writing and chocolate. She longs to see others come into an intimate relationship with Christ and also come into their own creative potential which she believes God created for them from the beginning of time.
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Maine people persevere in the midst of harsh winters and short growing seasons. To survive, they used their perserverance and resourcefulness. I am proud to call myself a “Mainer.” I see the qualites noted in Maine people in myself. Knowing your roots often tells you a lot about yourself. It leads to you feeling more secure about yourself like a plant deeply rooted in the soil. The plant can stand its ground during a storm. It can hold its head up high when the wind blows or the rain comes. I pray for that in my life.
There was something I also did right before and during the storm which impacted me the most. I got my boom box and worship tapes out. I decided that I was going to ride out the storm by worshipping God. It was then that I coined the phrase, “worship is my warship.”
Fear not! Those words hold so much power. And they have more power when spoken by a messenger sent by God. We need these words today more than ever. Faced with the uncertainty of the virus and strange political times, it is no wonder we are afraid. There is much to fear. But God still calls to us to not fear.