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Saturday, 6 April 2013

Prayer, Wonder, Transformation #LiveWonderstruck


When we choose to faithfully pray for wonder, we can’t remain the same.
A challenge from Margaret Feinberg, author of
Wonderstruck: Awaken to the Nearness of God
A prayer for wonder invites God to begin transforming us from the inside out.[Tweet this]
When we pray for wonder and live eyes wide open to wonder,
the tone and tenacity with which we live our lives changes.
We become expectant to catch glimpses of God in ways we’ve never seen Him before.
We begin dismissing mere chance and embracing divine appointments.
Some people live as if they’re looking for Satan under every bush.
I’ve always thought:
Why spend time looking for an enemy
when you could live your life in hot pursuit of the Savior?
 [Tweet this]
Praying for wonder invites you to turn your eyes on God.
A prayer for wonder invites you to look for God under, in, and behind every bush. [Tweet this]
A prayer for wonder puts you on high alert for God and His handiwork
and join to God in the great plan of redemption He’s unfolding
throughout the earth. [Tweet this]
The truth is, praying for wonder will change you. Forever.
And that’s a good thing.
Join me in praying for wonder today - praying that God will transform us. Praying that we will experience and find God in all we do, everyday! 

Praying God's intended blessings on you as you pray !
{and #livewonderstruck}





LInked with more inspy at Pamela's Sheltering Tree 

6 comments:

Terra said...

I like your post and the quotes, and especially the Chesterton quote at the top of your blog; I am adding that to my favorite quotes collection.

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

Appreciated, Terra! TY..:)

Linda B said...

Love your wonder post. What a WONDER-full challenge. Linda @ http://thehopefulhome.blogspot.com/ #23 stopping by from UBP13.

sharon said...

Love your quotes, having wonder at God's ways always brings peace to me

Denise said...

Visiting from the Sheltering Tree...

This is beautifully written; love (and accept!) the challenge. :) I especially like "I’ve always thought:
Why spend time looking for an enemy
when you could live your life in hot pursuit of the Savior?" Amen!

Blessings and love,
Denise

Pamela said...

Two friends and I are reading Wonderstruck. You wrote this so beautifully. I'm embracing divine appointments!

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