We're back on track today. Had a little publishing problem the past couple of days, but we're working it out.
Today, I want to talk about prayer.
But first, I want to mention a gift that some friends generously gave us. Some wonderful food from Florida Fields to Forks.
FFTF is run by our friends, Jan Pence and her son Brock Hall. For the past few years they have been running a community supported agriculture (CSA) farm that provides organic produce and meats to their members.
If you haven't heard of them, you can check out their website here. Thanks to our friends for the thoughtful gift and thanks to our other friends for being in the area to make these things available.
Back to prayer.
Prayer is foundational to faith . If you want to be in a relationship with someone you need to communicate with them and prayer is the mechanism for communicating with God. People sometimes say that they don't know how to pray and I always say "you should talk to God about that." Guess what? That qualifies as praying!
Prayer doesn't have to be elaborate or contrived, only what is on your heart. If you are having trouble coming up with your own, the Bible has some great examples for us, including the tried and true classic, The Lord's Prayer.
One of my favorite prayers is one I say for my son, substituting his name for the places where it says "you" and "your".
It can be for others but it is for you too!
On page 55 of the Daniel Plan book, there is a highlighted section on faith power. Kalei's story goes like this:
Today's Bible verse is the end of the prayer in Ephesians.
How much can you ask or imagine?!
Healthy Blessings to all.