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  1. You’re welcome! I’m so glad that this post spoke to you about how to have a more powerful prayer life and to grow closer to God. May God bless you as you spend time in prayer with Him!

  2. I like your suggestion to have an attitude of prayer throughout the day instead of limiting ourselves to fixed times. Additionally, it’s a good idea to find a prayer box to give you ideas about spiritual empowerment and how to incorporate it into your life. Your article had some great and unique insight about powerful prayer, so thanks for taking the time to share!

  3. Hi Delia! Thank you so much for your encouragement! Yes, being a mom is NOT an easy task. Every day God reminds me of how much I need to depend on Him to not just survive but thrive as a mom. Congrats on your new blog! I will check it out!

  4. Wow! What a beautiful story, Brooke! And what a powerful calling you’ve been given to minister to those five boys! I have four kids myself (three of them boys) so I can *almost* understand. LOL I’m so glad that this is helpful to you as you begin praying regularly for your family! May God bless you!

  5. First of all thank you so much for doing this. I am a single mother of five boys. So as you can imagine I am extremely busy. So in trying to get my attention God has been waking me up at one two or three every morning for the past few days. I now know why. I have always believed in the power of prayer and I know it is a gift not to be taken lightly. And I have heard many stories of people making huge changes in their lives and in the lives of others. But I have never been really shown how to do it. Or maybe I have and this was just broken down and worded to where the light bulb clicked on this time. I know now and understand how to use my three am awakenings. So again thank you so much for saying yes and writing this.

  6. I couldn’t agree more with everything you said in this article! I really believe prayer is vital in our spiritual life.but like you said, as a mom it gets so hard! I really enjoyed reading your tips . I also have a section on my blog about spirituality,religion and blog is still very new,so if it’s possible,I would appreciate so much any kind of support

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  8. Yes, I love that constant dialog with God… it’s amazing that we can have that close connection with Him, any time of the day! Thanks for sharing your story! 🙂

  9. Good Morning from your next door neighbor over at Lyli’s!

    Thanks for tackling a great big subject. I find myself praying without ceasing more and more. As God brings someone or a situation to mind, we’re dialogue-ing back and forth. I’m learning to listen more … and speak less. He’s always whispering something, isn’t He …

  10. Great encouragement! I’m focusing on my prayer life this year, and am finding that there is a lot of praying that can be done during the little minutes when I’m alone. Much better than listening to the news!

  11. Awesome!!! What a beautiful story about your husband! How amazing and I’m sure a huge answer to prayer! I’m so blessed to hear your testimony, and that the post encouraged you so much! May God bless you as you begin making prayer a habit again.

  12. Hi Lisa! YES! I am a huge Priscilla Shirer fan too! And Stormie is great. Her books were the first ones to teach me about the power of prayer. I totally agree that prayer is not an easy thing to always make time for, but when I do, oh, how my days seem to go smoother. And, yes, having a prayerful attitude throughout the day keeps my heart in check about what God wants to do through me and through the situations I face. He is so good to be there whenever we call on Him!

  13. First off, I LOVE all of the books you’ve mentioned in this post. The movie the War Room has quickly become one of my all time favorite movies! I am a strong believer in prayer too. I do try to pray daily, but I have noticed I’m doing it as often as I was in the past. I need to get back on that bandwagon.
    This is especially true now that my husband is starting to reach out to God for the first time since I’ve known him which is over 20+ years. So, I feel like I truly need to show God’s love and become an example of his teachings even more!

    Thank you for sharing this wonderful post and video on the #MondayMotivationParty! It has truly touched my soul in a good way.

  14. I LOVE Fervent!! (I love anything by Priscilla Shirer, actually.) I’m also a big fan of Stormie Omartian. Her Power of a Praying Wife helped me tremendously in my marriage. Instead of stewing, nagging, or growing resentful about things I can’t change, I now take my frustrations to the One who is greater than I!

    This was a wonderful list of tips. Prayer is so vital – I could not do this motherhood thing without it! – but it is hard to make the time and find the energy. I especially liked the tip about having a prayerful attitude throughout the day. “A blanket I keep over my mind” … I’m going to have to remember that!

  15. This was wonderful, I would love to see a printout with all the information so I can refer back to your tips!!

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