by: Matt Ellis
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."
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