Gleanings: Pray Until You Pray

A.W. Tozer communicates an important reminder in his exhortation to “pray ’til you pray”….

Often the last 10 minutes may mean more to us than the first half hour, because we must spend a long time getting into the proper mood to pray effectively. We may need to struggle with our thoughts to draw them in from where they have been scattered through the multitude of distractions that result from the task of living in a disordered world….

About Steve Harper

Retired seminary professor, who taught for 32 years in the disciplines of Spiritual Formation and Wesley Studies. Author and co-author of 42 books. Also a retired Elder in The Florida Annual Conference of The United Methodist Church.
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1 Response to Gleanings: Pray Until You Pray

  1. 4matthews says:

    Makes me think of the two on the road to Emmaus who shared time with the Lord. They did not know who they spoke to at first, but they strongly urged the “stranger” to stay at the village. If not for that invitation and the extra “ten minutes”, they may have missed the truth, joy, and strength that sent them back to Jerusalem immediately. Thank you for Oboedire.

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