Living Life in a Fish Bowl!

Gloria’s take on life.

what, why, outcome??

How’s your prayer life?

What is prayer?     Communicating with God – the One who rules the universe and all the galaxies beyond, who is all-powerful, all-knowing, and present everywhere

Asking Him to intervene on a particular situation or person

Asking for His peace, joy, love, hope and strength to be poured out and for eyes to be opened to Him

Why pray? because He cares about us. He is for us! He wants a relationship with us. He loves us. (Psalm 119:18, Isaiah 40:29, Jude 2, Psalm 42:5, 1 Peter 5:7, Psalm 118:6, John 3:16)

Outcome?  Prayer changes things. Prayer makes a difference. The greatest change is in me. It draws me closer to God. Therefore, my corner of the world is better because of Jesus.

Don’t forget a part of prayer is listening. It is in listening that I find God pouring peace into my heart. We may never hear the audible voice of God but He still speaks to us: thru His word, thru music, preaching, thru others, thru a sense of assurance, God even used a Dove Chocolate wrapper to speak to my heart.

I encourage you to spend some time in prayer/communication with the One who loves you most.

til next time

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November 26, 2016 - Posted by | ministry, pastor, Pastor's wife, relationships, spiritual reflections, Woman Pastor | , , , , , , , , ,


  1. Reblogged this on Bijbelvorser = Bible Researcher and commented:
    The son of man and son of God, never wanted to be worshipped or praised for what he did. He asked people to thank his heavenly Father and to regularly pray to Him to which he too prayed every day.

    For Jesus it was clear we should not stop speaking to our heavenly Father, and we should give our life in His hands, the same way as Jesus did. He too never wanted to do his own will, but chooses to follow the Will of God.

    By praying to God we show Him that we are prepared to come closer to Him. Today we should be pleased, because Jesus prepared the way and made it possible that we can come straight to God.

    Comment by Guestspeaker | March 10, 2023 | Reply

    • I do believe the Old Testament shows us various times when we see what is referred to as the preincarnate appearance of Christ. When it is an angel that is appearing, the angel tells them not to worship him. When it is a preincarnate appearance of Christ, worship is accepted.

      Comment by Gloria | March 13, 2023 | Reply

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