Not wanting to set a sense of burden or law over anyone, it is still healthy to review various angles of our prayer life to see areas of ineffectiveness or even laziness. Prayer is a work. It is a labor of love. It can be joyous and painful in one hour. It can break us and build us in the same breath. It is our lifeline in the midst of chaos, battlefield in the supernatural, and construction zone for our walk with Christ. I pray that as you pursue the missional life, that you will encounter the daily joy of encountering the Lord through prayer, recounting His works, requesting His hand to move, and drawing closer to His presence.
With these things in mind, I offer a portion of the perspectives one might think and pray through in evaluating the condition of a prayer life. I hope that you will find in these areas some things to be more intentional about, and rejoice to see the places where your Heavenly Father has already instructed you. Missional living people are always in a learning posture.
Missional Living People Pray:
The video above came across my Facebook feed after posting this blog, and I had to add it to the post as I heard how Scott's wife responded when he told her the cancer was back.
What would you add to this list?