This series of three blog posts based on a favourite worship song has a single purpose. It is my hope that you will be motivated to pray a prayer that will have a very significant impact on you. I want to introduce this series to you with three statements.
- Sometimes we are blinded to something and do not even know it. This is a tragic situation where we do not even know what we do not know.
- We do not live in a world where we have to find God wherever he is and then get his attention. We live in a world where God comes to us and reveals who he is and what he is about.
- The good news is that you do not have to open your eyes. You do not even need to understand what you are blinded to. We live in a world where our God actively participates in our lives and he is willing and able to open our eyes.
Let's pray this prayer! For real. In earnest. With faith.
I want to live my life with my eyes wide open since I want to see all there is to see. It is unwise to live in denial. And even unwiser to think what you know today is all there is to know. Here are the links to the posts. They are short and easy to read. If you pray this prayer after reading each one, I have succeeded. Please share it with someone who may appreciate it too. If you are not inspired to pray it, please tell me what I can do to improve.
- Open the eyes of my heart, Lord (1)
- Open the eyes of my heart, Lord (2)
- Open the eyes of my heart, Lord (3)
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God's Frequently Asked Questions
It is very helpful to access the FAQ folder whenever you are struggling with something. Very often you will find that you are not alone in struggling to understand something. And understanding the questions on somebody’s heart will give you great insight into who that person is, especially if you are intent on a relationship with that person. Knowing the questions God frequently asks will help you in many ways.
Previously published here