How to water dry land spiritually

Picture taken by Susanne Schuberth © 2018

 

via How to water dry land spiritually

This article by Susanne Schuberth touched me in an area where I needed it, the importance of prayer and why we go through dry spells in our lives in Christ. I hope it blesses you as well.

Now Jesus was praying in a certain place, and when he finished, one of his disciples said to him, “Lord, teach us to pray…” (Luke 11:1, ESV2011)

Michael


Spiritual wildernesses do exist. Dry spells where you are tempted to believe you pray to a wall as nobody seems to hear your requests, they are real to the one who gets closer and closer to God. As illogical as it might seem, people who do not really seek more from God have less problems with prayer as they do not really expect God to answer them, either, when they keep clinging to pre-formulated prayers and hymns. However, can our relationship with our Creator ever be business as usual…?  🙄 In fact, if we truly want to feed on the living God, we must quit our comfort zone and cherished traditions because seeking God is always an adventure! An adventure that can be both exhausting and rewarding, unnerving and intriguing. Or as T. Austin Sparks put it so well,


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3 comments on “How to water dry land spiritually

  1. Thanks for the reblog, Michael. I am glad to hear that you found this article helpful. 🙂

    I still wonder why WordPress removed the REBLOG button and thus caused a lot of more work for us through simply offering the PRESS THIS button which merely offers the headline of the other blog. No pic, no first paragraph etc. 🙄 These constant changes on the computer are anything but thrilling. :-/

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    • Michael says:

      Yes, Susanne, your article explained a lot as to where God has had me, lately. I also wanted to say how pretty and meaningful your pictures were as well… like this weeping rose picture above.

      It seems that the WordPress software engineers have not learned the simplest basic rule:
      “If it ain’t broke, DON’T FIX IT!” I have found that most of their “improvements” AREN’T. 🙄

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  2. You are right as to WordPress, Michael.

    Thank you for the compliment regarding my pictures. 🙂

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