This is a how-to book, full of ideas for readers to peruse. You will be introduced to new ways to approach prayer and Bible reading. You will venture into journaling, the use of affirmations, and the value of Christian books to your spiritual maturity.
Readers will be challenged to ask themselves, Is my spiritual diet appropriate for me right now? When was the last time I really heard from God?
Examples will be shared of what's worked for the author-to move her out of her comfort zone. She praises God for "moving" her to share these ways to energize your God-time. Readers will be encouraged to ask God to show them the "take-away message."
Every believer should take regular times, away from all others, in a solitary place to pray. We must pray for the same reasons that Jesus did. This is especially crucial as we face hassles in our workplace, pressures of decisions and deadlines, and family demands. Each of us needs to get alone, away from people, to pray.
"Are you taking time alone with the Lord in prayer? If not, you need to make a crucial adjustment in your life."
--Henry T. Blackaby
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About the Author
In 2001, she wrote A King-Size Bed, A Silk Tree and A Fry Pan, a personal memoir. Then her Michigan family requested a similar book about growing up on the farm in the 50's and 60's. Consequently she is the author of the family memoir: Lessons Learned on the Farm.
Who Hit the Down Button? Life with a Chronic Illness or Disability has been a helpful book to many. (Phyllis is a polio survivor.) Poetic Thoughts is her latest book.
Phyllis's current focus is getting others to write about significant birthdays, anniversaries, and family memoirs.
To learn more about Phyllis's other books and the workshops that she gives, visit www.byphyllis.com. or