Your Discipline of Prayer

Take several deep, relaxing breaths, and allow the Spirit of God to fill your being. Feel this presence deeply as you prepare for these few minutes with the Lord.

Psalm 34:15 Turn from evil and do good;seek peace and pursue it.

This sounds like common sense. While at first glance this verse might seem passive, it includes four action verbs that belie its initial appearance-turn, do, seek and pursue. There is nothing passive here. The life of discipleship is active, dynamic, and vigilant. A disciple is constantly in the process of personal conversion. This process creates a chain reaction that gathers momentum as it goes, leading others to experience the peace and freedom of the Kingdom of God.

(Speak to God, using this prayer or a prayer of your own.)

Jesus, thank you for calling me to conversion of life. Guide my feet on the path to peace.

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