Prayer is a lifeline to GOD. I don’t have to go to another person to get to GOD. I can fall on my knees, or sit in my chair, or lay prostrate on the floor. I could be driving, cooking or washing dishes and still use my lifeline of prayer to talk to GOD.
I know that sometimes, life happens and it seems tough but when I go to GOD in prayer, the roughness seems to fade away.
I know that GOD hears my prayers, when I go to HIM in sincerity. I know that GOD is willing and ready to answer my prayers, I just have to go to HIM, cast my cares upon HIM and allow HIM to help me do what I need HIM to help me to do.
I thank GOD for my lifeline called prayer. It is an essential part of life.
A songwriter wrote, “…Oh what griefs we often forfeit; Oh what needless pain we bear; all because we do not carry everything to GOD in prayer”. (See link for information about the writer and composer of song What A Friend We Have In JESUS): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/What_a_Friend_We_Have_in_Jesus
So I encourage you to use your lifeline of prayer to GOD. He Loves us and is ready to show us HIS love by answering our prayers.
Out Of A Pure Heart Ministries is a Ministry under Refuge of GOD Ministries (Bishop Gerald W. Scott). Out of A Pure Heart Ministries was birthed during a very difficult time in our lives. My husband and I were living in motels because we had been evicted out of our home due to my husband falling down the steps and breaking his hip. While in the motel, one day we went to the Library and the Holy Spirit spoke to my spirit and said "Out Of A Pure Heart". Out of A Pure Heart Ministries also has a ministry within it called Women Broken/Women Whole. Out Of A Pure Heart Ministries ministers to people who are homeless by providing seasonal clothing and shoes; food, and money. Women Broken/Women Whole's focus is on women who have been physically and or/ emotionally abused. As a woman who has dealt with emotional and physical abuse as a result of being in foster care and unhealthy, unholy relationships, I know all too well about the pain these women suffer. We minister love, forgiveness and the Word of GOD to these women who also, in many cases, are substance abusers and suffer from fear, anxiety and low self-esteem.