Do Your Prayers Feel Like Bottles in the Sea?

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When you open your heart to God, you allow Him to breathe His life by His Spirit into yours.

“Praying is sowing words into eternity.”

When is the last time you heard the expression “sending out an SOS?” It comes from a time when shipwrecked sailors threw bottles with messages into the sea in hopes that someone would find and read them.

Do you ever feel this way about your prayers? That they’re like bottles in the sea? If so, read this testimony from a believer who was formerly Muslim. For him, prayer is a conversation with God and the assurance of being heard. (see the Bible, Proverbs 15:29, Psalm 116:1-2)

“I love to pray. I like that my prayers to God as a follower of Christ are not guided, as Muslim prayers are, but rather are expressed as a true conversation with God. I can tell him what is on my heart.”

Yes, praying is sowing words into eternity. The gift of sharing what’s on your heart with your Creator! When you open your heart to God, you allow Him to breathe His life by His Spirit into yours.

Talk to God, with no fear, holding nothing back, being fully assured that He hears you!

Thanks for existing!

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