what is prayer who is holy spirit


  • Reply Mamaguru 2016 at 4:39 PM

    These are important lessons. Thanks for sharing your wise ideas.

  • Reply Angelica Sereda (@NWMCblog) 2016 at 6:57 PM

    Love this. I feel the same way; whenever I am lost, I need to listen to what God is saying. A great lesson for kids too!

    • Reply Jen Enoch 2016 at 8:25 PM

      Thanks Angelica! I love that in teaching the kids, I’m finding that we can also speak into our own spirit!

  • Reply sarahjean518 2016 at 9:34 AM

    God speaks in so many ways and even as an adult, I am still learning about them! Sometimes it’s through His word, or prayer, or other people. Love that you are teaching these wonderful lesssons to your kids 🙂

    • Reply Jen Enoch 2016 at 12:18 PM

      And how wonderful it is to still be learning! this keeps us longing to be closer to Him. I’m always trying to help them understand in the simplest forms. Thanks for stopping by Sarah-have a wonderful day!

  • Reply Amy 2017 at 4:31 AM

    Before even starting to read your post, I was excited; because of the importance of teaching our children and instilling the power of prayer in their lives, as well as our own.
    Teaching children that prayer is simply a conversation with God is a great start but I love that you included its not always about “asking” and teaching them about having faith, even though we can’t see him.
    Love love love the last portion about not always hearing God. I personally didn’t “hear” Him until I became a mother because I drew myself closer to the Lord and His word.
    What a great way to describe the importance of prayer to children 🙂

    • Reply jennifer.enoch27@gmail.com 2017 at 9:43 PM

      Amy, you’re comments bring me such joy. A lot of why I started this blog was to help others along, but also to get genuine feedback. Thank you so much for taking time and reading & commenting. I’m so proud to be raising my children as Christians-not because I’m a dictator, but because it’s real, it’s true, and it’s a was of life I’m so happy to be walking in. Thank you again for taking time with me here!

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