Effective Prayers

During a devotional time with my son this morning, we were talking about effective prayers. He asked what an effective prayer was.

My answer:

An effective prayer is when we are connecting deeply with God and seeking His will over ourselves, our situations, and the lives and situations of those around us.

An ineffective prayer is when we are trying to inflict our will on God for our lives and situations. An ineffective prayer is also when we are trying to point out the sins and flaws in other’s lives instead of asking God to convict us of our own sin and leaving Him to decide what work He needs to do in someone else’s life.

Then my sweet son and I started talking about filling up on God to be a light as we go through our day to day lives.

He said it’s like we are at a tea party and we are the teapot. But we are broken. But if God pours into us, then He heals us and then we can pour into the teacups around us. I’m telling you, this boy has a calling on his life. I don’t think we are all teapots, I think some of us are teacups. He’s a teapot, of that I am sure.

Until next time,
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About Regina Walker

I am a Jesus-girl, wife, mom, writer, sister, daughter, baker, cook, maid, teacher, business partner, farmer, and more. I am busy raising kids, and praying daily for them to be servants of Christ. I am the blessed wife of a very hard working man, together we own and operate our own business. We live on a small farm where we are learning more about sustainable living. We do our best to enjoy life, help others, and use the talents God gave us for His glory. Our goal is to teach our kids to do the same. I welcome all emails - you can reach me at reginawalker86@gmail.com - feel free to email me anytime, just be patient in waiting for my response!
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