Be Honest When You Pray

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by: Matt Ellis

04/03/2020

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Far too many of our prayers are tame, predictable, dishonest, and boring. If we are bored with our prayer time, so is God.

In this article, I call the reader to be honest, blatantly and maybe even painfully honest, with the Lord in prayer. I point to the Psalmist as my example for this kind of brutal honesty as we approach God's throne in prayer.

From this article: "When I’m not honest about what I’m feeling in prayer, then I’m acting like God either doesn’t care or can’t handle the truth. That means that I don’t trust His love or I don't trust my relationship with Him."

To read the article, click here.

Far too many of our prayers are tame, predictable, dishonest, and boring. If we are bored with our prayer time, so is God.

In this article, I call the reader to be honest, blatantly and maybe even painfully honest, with the Lord in prayer. I point to the Psalmist as my example for this kind of brutal honesty as we approach God's throne in prayer.

From this article: "When I’m not honest about what I’m feeling in prayer, then I’m acting like God either doesn’t care or can’t handle the truth. That means that I don’t trust His love or I don't trust my relationship with Him."

To read the article, click here.

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