Sunday Solitude

Jesus often withdrew to lonely places and prayed. (Luke 5:16)

Be like Jesus. Get alone with your Heavenly Father right now and pray.

David — whom God called “a man after my own heart” — wrote these words while hiding from his enemies in the desert wilderness. Pray through each and every syllable with all YOUR heart:

Pray the Bible

PRAYER-O-RAMA 2019 continues here on GUWG as we pray through some of the most inspiring sections of Scripture together.

So unplug, unwind, un-whatever-it-is-you’re-doing and prepare to spend some quality time with the Lord.

We’ll start today with a pair of prayers from someone the Bible refers to as a “man after God’s own heart” – David:

The WHAT of Prayer

It’s PRAYER-O-RAMA 2019 here on GUWG. Monday, we started with the WHY of prayer. Yesterday, we focused on the WHO. Today, we’ll discuss WHAT to pray.

So, what should we pray? Here are some suggestions straight outta the Bible.

The Bible. Uninterrupted.

This week on GUWG we’re giving you God’s words in pure undiluted concentrated form.

Here’s a pair of praise prayers straight from the Psalms:

PSALM-O-RAMA 2017 CONCLUDES

MountainThanks to all who participated in PSALM-O-RAMA!

Here are a few more fave Psalms y’all shared.

Jeanne shared Psalm 121, saying it’s a “good one to memorize and recite to myself as often as needed (pretty often).” I couldn’t agree more. Here it is:

PSALM-O-RAMA: No Fear

It’s PSALM-O-RAMA 2017 here on GUWG where all week long we’re taking a deep dive into the Psalms.

Here’s an anti-anxiety Psalm shared by one of our visitors:

The Lord is my light
and my salvation–
whom shall I fear?
The Lord is the stronghold of my life–
of whom shall I be afraid?
(Psalm 27:1)

PSALM-O-RAMA: Wait

We conclude PSALM-O-RAMA 2017 with a selection from Psalm 40: