Learning To Pray (Part 1) : Duane W. H. Arnold, PhD

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  1. Michael says:

    “We are entering into a conversation that takes in the past, the present and the future. It is a conversation in which our voice is merely one among many. It is a conversation in which listening is as important as speaking.”

    I’ll spend much time pondering this…

    This is an amazing piece of spiritual writing…

  2. Linn says:

    Thank you, Duane! I look forward to Part 2.
    Prayer did not come easy for me. I never felt worthy enough to be in God’s Presence…there was so much wrong with me that I felt I would melt in His presence. Then, a dear friend explained to me the meaning of the atonement-that Jesus is the perfect sacrifice that allows me to come into the Father’s presence. Now, I pray with anticipation, knowing that my prayers are heard and that God understands all of my weaknesses and faults. It’s still hard sometimes, but once I’m “there”, it’s a wonderful place.

    What I found most surprising is that God really wants me to come-He is just waiting to bless me with His presence.

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