If we would get along, then our world would be a better place, right?
Right, I thought the same thing, so let’s dig a little deeper.
Is there someone you are struggling to love? Or maybe even to like?
Is there someone you need to forgive?
WHAT? Forgive that, you ask. If the answer is no way, then this 5 day prayer challenge post may be just for you. May I ask – Are you reading this post for the very purpose of downloading it to start NOW? To be FREE?
Freedom. It’s God’s will for us. Let’s rest in Him.
Unforgiveness – is like swallowing poison and waiting for the other person to die. Have you ever heard that?
Would you like less conflict and fewer arguments?
with your family members
with your coworkers
with someone in the church
with one (or more!) of your neighbors
with your friends
What would we find? Freedom from our pain, sadness, and confusion. Would you like that? Would you like to LIVE like that?
I sure would and thought each of my friends would too, so I’m sharing Rachel Britton’s Tough Love Prayer Challenge, Finding Peace in the Middle of Demanding Relationships.
WHY? Because Jesus instructed us to love each other, even those who treat us like dirt.
What’s the goal of this 5 day prayer challenge? To learn:
- why you are never alone in praying for your difficult relationship
- specific prayer prompts for overcoming negative emotions
- the benefit of breath prayer in combating stress and finding rest
- identifying and eliminating obstacles hindering your relationships
Here’s the GREAT news – Rachel would love to give you a FREE copy of her 5-day prayer challenge e-book. Get it here.
Let’s boldly pray for peace to fill the difficult relationships we face – together. I choose freedom – the kind that comes from trusting God and leaning into His love for me.
I want His new perspective!
So, go to work. You (and I!) have 5 days to dig in … and dig out of the deep demands of some very challenging relationships.
Jesus came to set the captives free – that includes you and me.
A little about Rachel:
Rachel is a British-born writer and speaker. She is passionate about helping women know their true worth so they can live boldly. Raised on the east coast of England, she now lives in Massachusetts. Rachel describes herself as “mamma the bear” to three lovable teenagers, and wife to Colin. She enjoys walking, biking, and skiing in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Travel is a big part of her life and she loves to explore new places.