Prayer and talking to God in layman’s terms

This Easter Sunday I was really moved by the service at our church.
I have gotten the link to a video which was shared with us and really want to share it here.
It’s a fantastic example of God’s Grace.
Praying used to be difficult for me. I couldn’t find the words.
Have you ever felt like you had to stand at attention while speaking to God?
Worried your words aren’t pretty enough?
In the past I would flounder around trying to use fancy words, attempting to demonstrate to God my dedication to him using words and sayings which weren’t natural to me.
Now I speak to God from my heart. The way I see it is that He knows me better than anyone ever has, if he can see into my mind he already knows my thoughts. Why pretty them up?
I’m not always on my knees while in prayer…it happens throughout my day often.
I love the dialogue in this skit.
Let me know your thoughts.

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8 Responses

  1. this is really wonderful, grace seems to be the theme of late :)thank you for sharing yet another example of the many things i have to be thankful for :)

  2. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this! It would go perfect with my Daily Dose blog I put out last night. You have inspired me often, not sure if you are noticing that yet! Thanks for sharing your journey. It continues to touch me.

  3. daily prayer for me is not hard. What's hard is prayer when I have to pray with my voice in groups. I just always feel so inadequate, and the eloquent words fail me. I'm scared to speak up.

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