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“Prayer has mighty power to move mountains because the Holy Spirit is ready both to encourage our praying and to remove the mountains hindering us.”

– Wesley L. Duewel

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Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength.
Deuteronomy 6:5

This scripture from Deuteronomy is part of the Hebrew prayer V’ahavta. It’s so important in Jewish liturgy, that it’s repeated three times a day in the formal prayer service. Christians see this verse in Matthew 22:36-37. “Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?” Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’” Loving God is universally understood and welcomed by all people of faith. God is foremost a loving God, and we are blessed to be able to return the love with all of our soul, mind, and might.

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You are the center of everything.
You exist, I know.
You’re there to keep me dreaming.
You ask me to keep trusting
in an infinite plan
that will surely bring peace.

So amid my sadness,
among this doubt,
to you, I say:
You are enough.
All this is enough.

I will.  I will.  I will.  I will.

– Miranda Claudius, Prayables

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When Bonnie first met Liz she was in awe. Never before had she known anyone so much in love as her new friend. Great big love! Not the kind of “Big Love” hijacked by HBO for a T.V. show. But big love as in feeling it grow stronger every day, can’t stop thinking about it, doesn’t stop talking about it – that kind of love.

It started slowly for Liz. A little spark of something…not too much. No lightening bolt, no epiphany. She simply knew she loved Him. Their love responds to mutual kindness. She goes out of her way to do something unexpected for Him. He showers her with gifts. Their conversations are always honest, respectful, and they avoid petty topics. They really listen to each other. They care deeply about one another. With every breath, it seems Liz loves Him more.

Bonnie heard something about love on the radio that stuck with her: “The opposite of love is not hate, it’s indifference.” When she watches Liz in love, the meaning becomes clear. Every aspect of the love Liz has, is bubbling over in passion. There isn’t a drop of indifference between them. Every time she ties her shoe, He is there. She is the center of His universe and He is the center of hers. He is on her lips and in her heart every second of the day.

That’s how it works. When you love God like Liz does, you’re passionate. You act with kindness, you converse gently. Bonnie is learning to love by following her friend’s example. She prays for a big love of her own. She’s working on making it happen.

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