There’s a lesson I learned regarding prayer, especially in a thirty-thousand-foot prayer; you pray until. That’s what it means when it says pray without ceasing, never stopping. When should one stop praying for results? Until…
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Beyond the Thirty-Thousand-Foot Prayer
In this web-post, I want to speak specifically about how to pray with compassion. What it looks like to take your prayer for your biggest prayer requests to the next level or in the case from thirty-thousand-feet, down to the ground.
In this message, we discover a prayer tool that changed my life and the lives of many I’ve shared it with. The tool is simply this, when you pray for others, find a way to place yourself in their shoes before you open your mouth.
Although most of us have them, we rarely realized that we’re facing a thirty-thousand-foot problem. And even if we knew we had one, even fewer know what opportunity rests just beyond the actions we take to overcome one.
In this final series of the Thirty-Thousand-Foot Prayer, we tell the story of an event that inspired this concept in the first place. When you pray for others have you ever considered putting yourself in the person’s shoes?
One might not understand that the goal of praying over ordinary things is so that you may gain extraordinary, uncommon results.
A thirty-thousand-foot prayer is much more valuable than getting your small (in comparison to what it produces) prayer answered. It’s the key to making you a leader, but helping you to identify and mold leaders around you.
Once you come to the realization that you are not like the rest, uncommon, then you have what it takes to move others beyond a normal existence.
This web-post will introduce you to what the thirty-thousand-foot prayer experience will make of you. In other words, what will you become after walking through your thirty-thousand-foot prayer?
I found a commonality or might I say an un-commonality in the greatest leaders I know and have studied. They were able to get around some elevated thinking and thus had elevated thinking. There is one sure way to do the same. I call it prayer.