Saturday, December 26, 2015

Hello, and Merry Christmas!   It's been a VERY long time since I've posted to this blog, and to be honest I almost deleted it more than once.

But, a few weeks ago a very sweet friend told me that she really missed reading my blog.  That made me feel good.  I've often had things to write about, but just didn't because I didn't want it to be negative and also I was SUPER, SUPER busy trying to get the nephew finished with high school.  He graduated on Dec. 5th, so that excuse/reason is gone.  :-)

I've decided to resurrect this blog but, I want it to have a purpose.  Do I write about spiritual things?  Food?  Witty things?  Hmmmm.... something to think/pray about.

Speaking of prayer; that's what been on my heart and should be written about today.  :-)

Several of you probably saw the movie "War Room" like I did.  That movie truly stirred something in my soul; convicting would be a proper description.  I desire the kind of prayer life Ms. Clara has.   Somewhere along the way I have allowed my prayer life to become "lukewarm".  Bad thing.  (Rev. 3:16)

So, for Christmas I asked for the DVD of "War Room" as well as the book The Battle Plan for Prayer    and I got them.  :-)   I have already read the introduction and have been blessed just from that!  I am so excited to start this journey.

As I've stated before, I don't do "resolutions".  Resolutions are things we "hope to do" and give up at some point.  I want a "plan of action" for an important change in my life.  That's what I am putting together with this book.  God has used the movie and book to make that needed change; at least it's starting.  :-)   I plan to document/blog as I go through it.  Perhaps my thoughts on it might help others.  All 2 or 3 of you who read it.  LOL...  ;-)

If you haven't seen the movie, please do.  If you don't buy it I'm sure Redbox will have it.  Or, your church library.  I believe more prayer warriors is exactly what this world needs, and I want to be one of them!  God, use me for YOUR glory.  :-)

See you next time...