Looking Back: Step-By-Step Prayers Part 1

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Earlier this year, I felt like the Lord was calling me to set aside September as my Sabbath month. As awkward as it was, it was nice to spend that extended time with the Lord.

Most of my days were filled with reading the Bible and praying.
Lots and lots and lots of praying. And I can’t tell you how many times I prayed prayers like the ones listed in 2 Chronicles 7. Prayers of seeking his face and turning from sin.

As we close one year and step into another, I think this is the perfect time to reflect on these verses and seek God’s face together.

How have your prayers changed this year?

How can you finish out the year by seeking his face?

To go Deeper: Read Step-by-Step Prayers Part 2, Refrigerator Magnet Promises Part 1, Refrigerator Magnet Promises Part 2

Check out Behold, now available on Amazon!
It’s a great reminder to make space to seek God’s face.

Disclosure: Some links in this post are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

Work in Progress

I’m so fascinated by the things that are popular and well-known. As children, I’m sure many of us listened to the same songs and did the same silly motions to them. The Hokey Pokey is a good example of this. It is both an incredibly catchy tune (I’m sorry for bringing it up, it’s stuck in my head now too) and a way to teach children large motor skills while also getting the wiggles out. The other beautiful thing about The Hokey Pokey is that it teaches kids how to listen and obey instructions in a much more fun way than I would’ve dreamed up.

While The Hokey Pokey makes it abundantly clear exactly what is expected of you, we don’t always get that level of clarity as we move through life. Thankfully, God is a good Father who gives good gifts to his children. And I like to count…

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