Quote #4



Photo taken in Florida.

“A good way to start the day, every single day, is to declare the Word of God and thank Him for it.” -Sheila Walsh

“Lord Jesus, my Beloved, may I be a joy to Thee.” -Amy Carmichael

“Praying God’s Word means reading or reciting Scripture in a spirit of prayer and letting the meaning of the verses become our prayer and inspire our thoughts.” -John Piper

Quote #3

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Photo taken in Kansas.

“To give thanks when you don’t feel like it is not hypocrisy, it’s obedience.” -Dr. John G. Mitchell

“We have to pray with our eyes on God, not on the difficulties.” -Oswald Chambers

“He who kneels the most stands the best.” -D.L. Moody


Quote #1


Photo taken in Colorado.

“The Lord Jesus received is holiness begun. The Lord Jesus cherished is holiness advancing. The Lord Jesus counted upon as never absent would be holiness being completed.” -Hudson Taylor

“I have learned to… season my prayers with the word of God. It’s a way of talking to God in his language- speaking his dialect, using his vernacular, employing his idioms… This is not a matter simply of divine vocabulary. It’s a matter of power. When we bring God’s word directly into our praying, we are bringing God’s power into our praying. Hebrews 4:12 declares, “For the word of God is living and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword.”God’s word is living, and so it infuses our prayers with life and vitality. God’s word is also active, injecting energy and power into our prayer.” -Joni Eareckson Tada