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  1. . . . when my thoughts are muddled?
    I’m living my way into the answer to this question, but so often I come to God with a flood of emotion and tangled thoughts, not trusting myself to ask in any direction because I’m not sure what’s best — for me, for my loved ones, for the Kingdom.

    Often, praying Scripture is what I find to be of most help. Or just admitting to God that I am confused and that I’m trusting Him to untangle my motives.

    Thankful, most of all, that His motives are always above reproach!

  2. This looks like a fantastic series, Rachel, and a much-needed one! Thanks so much for sharing it with us at Grace & Truth.

  3. This sounds like it will be a great series! It is so easy to get caught up in self-serving prayers or giving God our lists, but God has a much greater purpose for prayers.

    1. Author

      Yes, he does have a much greater purpose. I think he longs to get close to us through prayer.

  4. I can’t wait to read this series. Prayer can be so tough!

  5. I’m constantly wondering if I pray good enough. Then I realize I am just muddying the waters. As long as I pray from the heart I know that God hears me even if I don’t always get it right. It is about relationship after all.

    1. Author

      Absolutely, I totally agree. God looks at the heart and he listens to what we say from the heart.

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