Quiet Time

10442923_964567430273031_565179192230379316_n“What you think about in your unguarded moments reflects what your mind dwells upon. To keep your thoughts pure, you must guard what goes into your mind. The things you allow your mind to dwell on will be revealed by the way you live. Ifyou focus on negative things, you will inevitably be a negative person. If you fill your mind with thoughts of Christ, you will become Christlike. What you fill your mind with is a matter of choice. Choose to concentrate on the magnificent truths of God, and they will create in you a noble character that brings glory to God.” Henry Blackaby

The challenge we are facing today is learning to meditate on God and His Word instead of focusing on the bad things that are happening in the world around us. God can help us walk in the joy of prayer in spite of what is happening around us. The choice is ours. Learning to be still and to meditate on God’s Word is essential for a powerful prayer life. Quiet time before the Lord guides us into a deeper life with God, enabling us to pray on-target prayers and helping us to know more deeply the ways of God. It is often a lost art because of the busy and noisy world in which we live.

The following articles will help you to be quiet before the Lord and grow in your life of prayer:

By Debbie Przybylski
Intercessors Arise International
IHOPKC

Igniting the Fire of Prayer Worldwide

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