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.
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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.
There’s nothing more disappointing than when a person prays and the results are opposite to the request you offered. What does this mean?
There is one thing that happens in prayer for sure. There is an exchange of thinking that occurs producing a change in behavior.
There is no way a person can return to normal after having walked through a thirty-thousand-foot prayer that has been answered and the problem is over.
Let’s review the main points around why the prayer, although answered favorably, isn’t the end of your prayer journey, but the start of something great.
In this message we leave you with three outcomes as a result of doing what churchie people call, “running to God.” If one can “run to God” what then should one expect in return?
In this message we explain a practice I call the business of prayer. In it we give you reasons as to why prayer is very serious and there’s a lot that goes into it. For tt requires you to be deliberate and have a well thought out plan.
When defending your thirty-thousand-foot prayer, there are three questions that I’ve answered to encourage you not to give up on your big dreams.
There is one attack on your dreams you’d never expect. It’s the attack that comes from the inside. Someone close to you turns against what you’re attempting to do.