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These prayers also convey to my son that God cares about the details of his life, that God sees him and is with him and is involved in what’s happening to him in the here and now.
As meager and ineffective as my prayer seems, it nevertheless keeps me tethered to hope.
For hands stained with unqualified regret, for all us Davids who murmur it: I have failed and fallen, in what I have wholeheartedly attempted to do, and what I’ve wholly…
Don’t let this world keep you from clinging to Jesus.
Elisa Morgan is one of the most passionate, authentic communicators I have ever known. She speaks out of the deepest, most honest places of the soul – and my soul is…
I’m so grateful that God, in His tender mercy and grace, would not let me go.
There is no one right way to speak to God, no guarantee of answers or outcomes, but the words themselves will take on life as they leave your lips, they will find their way to Jesus, they will be heard.[
When I met this woman she kinda blew me out of the water. Hannah Brencher is an author in Atlanta who believes in the power of presence. She prays her generation…
Prayer is that intersection between an almighty God and our all-encompassing need.
Prayer is about a deep and vital relationship with the God who made and loves us.
Woman. She is so treasured and essential that God couldn’t pull His pen through even one chapter of His epic tale without her flowing from His heart and onto the page.
Our safest place is at the table of grace—a place we’ve not earned but that Christ has earned for us.
God invites our questions and pleadings rather than our despair and silence.
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