How can my everyday routine be a school of prayer?

Someone who seeks union with Jesus in the morning can be a blessing to the people he meets, even his opponents and enemies. Over the course of the day he casts all his cares on the Lord.

  • Such a person has more peace within himself and radiates it to others.
  • He makes his judgments and decisions by asking himself how Jesus would act at that moment.
  • He overcomes fear by staying close to God.

In desperate situations he is not without support. He carries the peace of heaven within him and thereby brings it into the world. He is full of gratitude and joy for the beautiful things, but also endures the difficult things that he encounters. This attentiveness to God is possible even at work.

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Everything that happens to us can be an occasion for prayer. The more deeply we live in union with God, the more deeply we understand this.

“The LORD is a refuge for the oppressed, a stronghold in times of trouble.” – Psalm 9:9 (NIV)

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