Prayer


The Spiritual Discipline of Prayer

 1 Timothy 4:7 “But reject profane and old wives’ fables, and exercise yourself towards godliness.” To be more like Jesus we need to focus on the following Spiritual disciple to be more like Jesus: Prayer Reading your Bible Worship Serving Telling Others Stewardship Godliness We need Spiritual Disciple: The Bible tells us Promotes spiritual growth & help us to become more like Christ Spiritual disciplines are exercising our minds and spirit to get strong in Christ. Everyone can talk to God at any time because it makes our relationship with Him more active and God wants to hear from us. James […]


“Return to Manufacturer”

Dr Myles Munroe: a special friend gave me the following book “The most important person on earth.” I want to share a few lines on pages 15 and 16 from this book with you Inspired Women out there: “Wouldn’t it be wonderful if all human beings were born with “manufacturer’s instructions” tied to their wrists, explaining who they are and how they work? I believe human beings do come with the equivalent of operating instructions that give us answers to our deepest questions about our world and ourselves. The reason we are filled with such uncertainty and confusion about life […]


“Live in the NOW”

No matter how traumatic your past or how despairing your present may seem, there is hope for a new day. (Dr. D Stroop 1996 taking) from Forgive our parent, Forgiving ourselves) Forgiveness and the Twelve Steps God help me to make direct amends to people I hurt wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others. (We must be careful not to add further injury to those who have hurt us) God help me continued to take personal inventory and when I was wrong promptly admitted it. (It is natural that our recovery; our growth toward wholeness; […]


“Keep coming back, it works if you work it”

Wednesday we pray on the first four steps in the twelve step program. Today we pray on Step Five to Step Eight. No matter how traumatic your past or how despairing your present may seem, there is hope for a new day. No longer do you need to rely on others as a power greater than yourself. May you instead find new strength within to be that which God intended – Precious and Free? (Dr. D Stroop 1996 taking) from Forgive our parent, Forgiving ourselves) Forgiveness and the Twelve Steps Pray the next steps: God, I admit to you, to […]


“If nothing changes, nothing changes”

We have each experienced in our own ways the painful trauma of the emptiness of our childhood and relationships throughout our lives. We attempted to use others – our mates, our friends, and even our children, as our sole source of identity, value, and well-being and as a way of trying to restore within us the emotional losses from our childhoods.   (Dr. D Stroop 1996 taking) from Forgive our parent, Forgiving ourselves) Forgiveness and the Twelve Steps While the Twelve Steps to recovery was written for those addicted to alcohol, the Steps have been modified for application to a […]