Noticed some prayer encouragements these past days being offered from a variety of sources. Here are a few links that may help you to pray with more strength, focus, and quantity.
Though the news cycle can drive these tragedies to the back of our minds too quickly, praying in the manner set before us here helps keep them before us and the Lord in a godly way.
The Busy Mom’s Guide to Prayer | Melissa Edgington
Some great tips for mothers who have little uninterrupted time for prayer through the course of their days.
As the hair grays and the bones ache more, one can tend to become more cynical as well. Here are some good prayers to keep this from happening.
R.C. Sproul on the Other Comforter | Nathan Bingham
A short, comforting excerpt from a talk by Dr. Sproul that reminds us we always have strength and power available, which helps us when we pray.
Pray Continually | Titus Martin
One of my pastors preached this encouraging message from the familiar text of I Thessalonians 5:17.
Do Not Be Anxious About Anything | John Piper
Dr. Piper explains from Philippians 4:6-7 that we are not to see anxiety and praying so much as two alternatives, but rather as a command for overcoming anxiety by praying.
How To Pray When Your Soul Is Bone Dry | Tim Challies
This post just in time for today’s theme! Following Tim’s encouragement given here is a good way to seek the Spirit’s help in prayer.