This conclusion to “The Reason for a Thirty Thousand Foot Prayer” is like the introduction to prayer. It’s the introduction to helping you rid yourself of all the old preconceived junk so that you can see the exercise of prayer that very few ever experience.
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The Reason for a Thirty Thousand Foot Prayer
I’ve concluded that there are two normal responses that hinder our ability to deal with our biggest problems. One, we automatically assume it’s too big for us to make a difference or too large for us to make an impact. Two, we automatically assume we must accomplish the task in our power.
The best question you can ask in a bad situation is not “why the situation”, but rather “why me?” It’s time to figure out what this situation has to do with you and why owning that is so important.
Have you been frustrated with God because your prayer efforts aren’t working? Have you tried every way that you know of to pray? Still no results? Maybe you’re doing it all wrong.
God why aren’t you listening to me? I have a problem that only You can resolve. Have you ever faced this dilemma? That means you have a thirty-thousand-foot prayer. The only problem is what do you do with that?
You ever have such bad news that it knocks you off your feet? At that moment nothing else in the world seems to matter. This news has stopped everything in your world. What’s the impact of such bad news? You ask why me Lord? These are all emotions and feelings that come when the news breaks of a thirty-thousand-foot prayer problem. It’s bigger than life itself.
A common belief is that prayer is a last alternative because nothing else has worked and you really don’t expect prayer to work either. That’s normal. If it doesn’t work under normal conditions, then what can we do when we face a bad situation in the making?
Let’s explore something that’s not normally considered, could there be and is there a reason our biggest problems exist? In this web-post, we discuss the reason for a thirty thousand foot prayer. What do you think? Would you like to know more?