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Let’s consider life without prayer. What would cause a person to be prayerless? What happens that would move us to quit praying? What are some of the distractions that crowds prayer out of our lives? Let’s get a little more personal. What have you quit praying about? Are you used to getting what you want?
For years I have been using Stormie Omartian’s Power of a Praying Parent calendar to pray for my children. I don’t remember to turn the page every day – sometimes not even every week – but the calendar sits on my family room table as a reminder to pray for my children. But that reminder
Trying to tackle the subject of prayer is like trying to clean out my clothes closet. Yesterday, a fashion consultant came in and pulled everything out of my closet. She found clothes I received from my mom. She’s been gone since 1999. We pulled out suits from when I worked in New York, in 1988.
May we keep our hearts focused on Jesus, Our Lord and Savior, this Christmas week. May we together pray this blessing to our family, friends and to each other: Loving Father, Help us remember the birth of Jesus, that we may share in the song of the angels, the gladness of the shepherds, and worship