by Jan McDaniel
Have you thought of creating a prayer closet?
This could be an actual closet or a special nook where you can be alone with God. Somehow, that privacy adds so much peace to prayers.
Maybe you've seen the movie War Room. If not, now might be the time to check it out. I'm not sure if it is streaming on any of the online services (probably is), but I saw a DVD copy on Walmart for $5. It would be a good purchase to share with friends.
If you want to keep a prayer journal, there are several good, free sources online that you can print. Here is one.
And Hello, Hope is another Georgia resource. Here is their link to prayers suitable for different needs.
"But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you." Matthew 6:6 (NIV)
You really don't need anything special to pray. Just open your heart to God. He is listening.
Way for Hope
My name is Jan McDaniel. I speak grief. I also speak peace and healing. I started A Way for Hope blog and website to house projects I create that might help others who are grieving. The blog has expanded to include guest posts by my dear friends and fellow survivors who wanted to speak hope for others, too.
We understand how difficult losing someone you love is. We know how much it means to hear from others further along on this journey and how it is possible to live a life of happiness and joy even while still remembering and honoring those we love.
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Helping children grieve
Formula for healing
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