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7 Practical Prayer Tips

It is really ironic that praying is so hard. I mean, really, isn’t that strange when you think about it? Prayer allows us to come up close, to settle in for an intimate conversation with our closest Companion and Friend, but it is something that most of us struggle with.

No matter how difficult the journey to get there, I really want to be a prayer warrior when I grow up!

I’m not there, yet, but today, at the True Woman Blog, I’m sharing with you a few things I’ve found helpful through the years. If you want to check that out, click here to find your way there!

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2 Comments

  • Leanne

    What a powerful post, Kimberly!!! Thank you!!! The Lord revealed to me it was time to finally begin a solid intercessory prayer group after the Cry Out conference. He brought together several woman, and we met at my home Sunday evening. Time stood still as we followed a similar format to Cry Out and prayed on behalf of the needs of our families with a time filled with scripture, worship, and an adoration of who God is as ELOHIM which was our focus throughout. Already, God has been answering our prayers, one of which included the salvation of one of my younger children, Bryant, who accepted Christ yesterday!!! I am in awe of all that God is doing. I believe REVIVAL will begin to trickle through the body of Christ and then spread like wildfire as we earnestly lay ourselves bare before the Father in crying out to Him and seeking His face. May it all be for His glory and the advancement of His kingdom!! I love and miss you!!!

  • Kimberly Wagner

    PRAISE THE LORD!! Thank you for sharing, Leanne, so excited for you and Bryant’s new life in Christ–no greater joy than to know our children are secure in Him! I’m so glad you carried home the work of “Cry Out” you didn’t just leave inspired, but you intentionally acted! You are taking it beyond a “moment” of prayer to a “movement” of prayer!

    Love and prayer for you, friend ~