Category Archives: A Life of Prayer

Lessons Learned (part one)

I will add to this occasionally because I want to share a few things I have learned over the years. As many of you know, I came to the Lord back in 1979, and I realize that it hasn’t been … Continue reading

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My Prayer for You

I am continually encouraging you to fall in love with our Savior; to fall on His Grace and worship His Holiness. The aim of my encouragement is well stated in this song:

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Learning To Delight

One verse that is often misunderstood is Psalm 37:4. All of us love to quote it, but do we truly understand what it means? “Delight yourself also in the Lord, and He will give you the desires and secret petitions of … Continue reading

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Just Ask

Here is something for us to consider, from the day we are born, we begin a journey. During this journey, we will run into many twists and turns. Sometimes we will face turnarounds and sometimes just plain boring landscapes. But … Continue reading

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An Amazing Psalm (Psalm 119)

Your hands created me and made me what I am.     Help me understand so that I may learn your commandments. Those who fear you will see me and rejoice,

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Seeking Him?

My recent experiences have made realize that I am getting older, sure, but I also don’t recover from illnesses as quickly as I used to. This last bout has dampened the winds in my sais, some. But it has also … Continue reading

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Who Is Praying?

I have heard it said that, in our churches, women do most (if not all) the praying and that men are left to run the churches. First, I don’t necessarily agree with that sentiment. However, if it is true, I … Continue reading

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