What are PrayerPoints?

I am so glad you asked!!!!

PrayerPoints are points for prayer that you are invited to consider for the day. They may apply to your life or they may be an angle of struggle you have no experience with. You will find that some appeal to you while others are not so amazing. I try not to get too hung up on the grammatical aspect. The real point of PrayerPoints is to encourage you to engage in prayer. PrayerPoints are just a little reminder to pray. We all know there are a zillion and one things to pray about and just thinking about it all can sometimes be overwhelming. PrayerPoints are simply starting points for prayer. You take it from there.

The heart of prayer is the communication and connection with God. We were created by Him to long for that connection with Him. Sometimes it’s as simple as responding to a nudge from God to lift someone in prayer. Othertimes you will find that as you are reading God’s Word, He gives you a direction for prayer. There are times the words of a song can become a prayer. There are also any number of online sources, devotional books, and prayer journals with encouragement and perspectives on prayer. Resources are plentiful (I have lots!) but incomplete if you don’t actually engage in prayer.

So, PrayerPoint is a little journey God is directing in my life. If you are interested in joining me on this journey, grab a cup of coffee or tea and have a seat.

In His love,
Liz

2 thoughts on “What are PrayerPoints?

  1. Wonderful new presence on the web with your blog, Liz! I can recommend your blog to friends and family. God continue to inspire your musings and meditations!

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