“Some days all I can do is pray. Those are good days.”
– Nate Pruitt
Amen. I 100% agree with this statement from my good friend Nate Pruitt.
Many times it is in the broken of our day when we find ourselves in prayer.
Why is that?
Why don’t we spend a full day in prayer when we aren’t at our wits end? Why does it take a terrible, no good, very bad day for us to fall to our knees?
A few weeks ago I found myself in this situation. When I was finished crying out to God, when I was out of tears, I realized how much better I felt deep in my soul.
I can’t imagine why I wouldn’t want to go there, go to a deep relationship with my Savior, every single day.
Yet, I do not.
I’m not sure what it will take to resolve this issue.
Do I need to be completely and utterly broken every day? I hope not, but if that’s what it takes…
How about you? What is your experience with prayer?
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