(A resource from SmallGroups.com)
"We need alone time with God. We need to take time to hear what messages he has for us. If you are alone in God's presence, you are making yourself available to hear anything he wants to say to you. You are coming to him open for a change of direction, conviction of sin, a gentle nudging, or an all-out life revision. . ."
"When I began to be silent before God, he was able to start changing my prayers, desires, and direction so that I was in tune with what he had for me and my loved ones. I also began enjoying my time with God. After all, he has a lot more important things to say than I do. Sitting quietly with God's Word open on my lap has become a rewarding way to listen to him. He even directs how I should pray for others in a way I never would have considered praying if I just gave him my list."
Read more here.
Posted on Thu, April 11, 2013
by Jason Burnett filed under