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.
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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?
Don’t let it surprise you when your thirty-thousand-foot prayer changes everything about you. Praying such a prayer guarantees you’ll never be the same again.
This message summarizes what happens to a completed thirty-thousand-foot prayer. What one expects to be the end, isn’t the end at all.
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’s a specific action we must be willing to take in order to see our prayer answered. What if that prayer we’ve prayed is waiting on you to take the next step?
In this No-Longer-Common message, I discuss what a blessing it is to have haters. I want you to learn how to love your haters. Not because you should, but because of what they represent. They indicate that your thirty-thousand-foot-prayer is working.
In this web-post, I take a step back and revisit what a thirty-thousand-foot prayer is? I think this latest way of defining it will bring you more clarity as you face yours.
What would happen if you changed your “normal” approach to prayer and instead of waiting, you put the work in? Am I saying that prayer takes work that you’ve not been doing? Find out here.
The victory to what you’ve been praying for begins with your very first few steps. How you start determines how you’ll end. When you start well, you can begin the victory celebration.