Prayer can feel more holy than you’re capable. I struggled through the same thing. Feeling like prayer was another obligation and a box to check off rather than an intimate desire to know Christ more.
But it was through the understanding of what prayer is and why it’s important that I transformed my prayer life. Of course, these tips help keep me on track, but these books were transforming in my understanding and desire. Creating open and clear communication that helped me experience God, not just know him.
A book to help you understand how to hear God’s voice, which takes your prayer life and moves it from something you do, to having conversations with God.. Hearing his voice.
How do you make prayer meaningful? That is the question Timothy answers inside this powerful book. Helping take prayer and put it back in it’s intended design, helping us have a deeper relationship with God.
This is a book on practical application of prayer. From discerning God’s will, uncovering your heart’s desires, pursuing God-sized dreams and how to draw circles around them all. It walks you through prayer and the reality that God is able to do exceedingly more than we could ask or imaging.
Maybe you pray because you don’t feel like you have the time? Or you want to but you can’t seem to make it a part of your day. Inside this book, Ruth teaches the importance of developing sacred rhythms and where to find time in your day. For some of these rhythms we don’t have time not to do.
How do you hear God in a noisy world? That is busy with the normal routines of life? This book helps you learn how to distinguish the voice of God from others. Helping make sense of why God wants to talk to you, how he gets your attention and living aware of your greatest distractions.
What books would you add to this list?