Stand in the gap boldly


  • Reply Heather 2017 at 12:22 PM

    Really enjoyed this! Thanks so much for sharing!

    • Reply 2017 at 8:43 PM

      Thanks so much for stopping by Heather.

  • Reply Kelly 2017 at 2:25 PM

    I love the verse from II Chronicles! My husband and I have been praying boldly about something in our lives and have watched God move in BIG ways. Thank you so much for sharing these great verses.

    • Reply 2017 at 8:56 PM

      Kelly, how exciting is it to literally be able to sit back and watch God move?! I love that!

  • Reply Erin Port 2017 at 11:16 PM

    Love this and that you commit to pray when you say you will. Before I was saved I didn’t believe people meant it, I thought it was just something you say. Now when I say I will pray I try to do it on the spot and right it in my prayer journal so I don’t forget! Xoxo Erin

    • Reply 2017 at 9:02 PM

      Hey GIRL! Erin, same here. When I heard people say that, it felt so fake to me, and I just can NOT be that person. I know who I’m hitting up next time I have a prayer request of my own!

  • Reply Jennifer Smith 2017 at 10:34 AM

    Those prayer cards are the cutest! Love the idea!

    • Reply 2017 at 9:09 PM

      Aw Thanks Jennifer-I may do a few more sets, I love how they turned out.

  • Reply Bailey 2017 at 10:16 PM

    Wow! What beautiful prayer cards!
    Thank you for reminding me that God cares about my prayers.

    • Reply 2017 at 9:10 PM

      Thanks Bailey, that makes me so happy to hear. And YES, He does. He desires communication and relationship with you.

  • Reply Brittany 2017 at 10:17 PM

    Most times when I tell someone I am going to pray for them, I do it immediately. I’m not necessarily amazing at praying right there with them but I’ve seen some amazing prayer warriors do just that. I do know that with all that I have going on, I can stop what I’m doing right then and send up a silent prayer no matter when. Amazing piece!!

    • Reply 2017 at 1:09 PM

      Brittany, I love that you said that. I’ve been trying to teach my kids (and through teaching them, also teach myself) to make an effort to stop right where I am, because prayer is THAT important. Then I write it down and continue in the days to come, to pray. I’m not super great at praying out loud either. I become too self conscience and worry more about the sound of the words, than the heart of my words.

  • Reply Brittany 2017 at 10:18 PM

    Accidentally sent the wrong website. Sorry!

  • Reply Karissa 2017 at 10:51 PM

    Inspiration! This post has me excited to be more diligent about boldly and effectively praying for my brothers and sisters in Christ! Thanks for sharing!

    • Reply 2017 at 1:10 PM

      Oh goodness Karissa, my heart is so happy to hear that! Thank you for stopping by and sharing.

  • Reply Kristin Cook 2017 at 9:17 PM

    I totally believe in praying boldly and to pray on the behalf of others. I have also loved seeing your IG posts about praying for others 🙂
    As long as we always remember that God doesn’t always answer the way we want Him to, we can pray boldly. Even Jesus prayed “your will be done”, not because he was not expecting God to do great things, but because he knew that God’s ways are always best, even if in our humanity, we think we know what’s best.
    But if we remember that while we are praying boldly and standing in the gap, I think God is well-pleased 🙂

    • Reply 2017 at 5:50 PM

      Kristin, great point. Praying boldly has always been difficult for me for that very reason. I feel like when I’m being bold, then I’m trying to command the Spirit, but I also know that the Word tells me I can pray bold. There’s definitely a healthy balance that needs to found. I often find myself praying for people,but letting them know that I don’t have answers, and I don’t know what God’s plan for the situation is. Prayer should always include a “you’re will be done” it brings us to a humbling place and helps to remind us that in the end, God knows best. Thank you for your points, I love it.

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