Do you ever wish you could figure out why you aren’t as happy as you think you should be?
Do you struggle with a sense of insecurity? Does social media make you feel inferior because, as a social mirror, you don’t look as good as your friends. Do you struggle to change deeply embedded habits? Are you ever immobilized when what you want is to be productive. Have you felt a yearning for a deep sense of worth, the capacity to change for the better, a desire to feel whole?
As she began learning about principles and laws, these were some of the things Audrey was wrestling with. Haven’t we all? In this weeks podcast Audrey shares some transformative information on Law 1 of Life mission – Love God, and Principle 1 of that law – PRAYER.
As we learn more about our relationship to God and how to access him through prayer, “We can hone in on security, guidance, wisdom and power through our closeness to God.” Join Audrey this week and expand your knowledge about your relationship to God and prayer. She also shares her own personal experience with prayer and tips that can help you make prayer more effective in your life.
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1:24 Audrey’s daughter’s experience with Law 1 and centers
6:58 The four abilities being God centered gives us
14:52 The difference in prayer, meditation, visualization
16:53 Prayer as a stand-alone principle
18:53 1st purpose of prayer
22:16 2nd purpose of prayer
24:04 3rd purpose of prayer
26:52 4th purpose of prayer
29:54 Parable of the unjust judge
33:41 Audrey’s tips for more effective prayer
“The principles don’t change; our understanding of them does.” ~Stephen Covey
“The only real limitation of power is the natural consequences of the principles themselves.” ~Stephen Covey
“Because principles apply to everyone, whether or not why are aware, this limitation is universal. And the more we know of correct principles, the greater is our personal freedom to act wisely.” ~Stephen Covey
“By centering our lives on timeless, unchanging principles, we create a fundamental paradigm of effective living. It is the center that puts all other centers in perspective.” ~Stephen Covey
“We can hone in on great security, guidance, wisdom, and power through our closeness to God.” ~Audrey Rindlisbacher
“Having a divine center goes beyond having a principle center because when we are God centered it is about a relationship. Because of that relationship He can lift us and buoy us up in a way that laws and principles cannot.” ~Audrey Rindlisbacher
“We never know how God will answer our prayers, but we can expect that He will get us involved in His plan for the answer. If we are true intercessors, we must be ready to take part in God’s work on behalf of the people for whom we pray.” ~Corrie ten Boom
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