Monday, July 21, 2014
A New Understanding to Prayer
We are one's who are called to take action. Yet, too often we feel paralyzed because we are waiting and wanting God to act, rather then trusting in God and taking action ourselves.
Darley takes the reader on a journey reminding us we need to overcome our procrastination and sense of paralysis and follow God's call in our lives.
In many respects we use prayer as a means not to act. Yet, God is calling us to take action. We are called to break what he calls the "Religious Cycle" and enter the "Discipleship Cycle." As we become more active following Christ, we will also find ourselves drawing closer in our relationship with Christ.
This is an easy to read book, with chapters averaging about 10 pages. The entire book is just under 200 pages. I would highly recommend this book.
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