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Most of us feel like our faith should impact the way we live every day, but oftentimes it doesn’t.

Christianity can feel disconnected from our lives, irrelevant, or outdated. But we know that it’s not. It points us to Jesus, who invites us into a better way to experience life with him as we reclaim our everyday moments.

That’s why we’re creatively exploring how we connect with God in the ordinary, extraordinary, everyday moments of life. We do this through solid and compelling words and visuals that model a practical way forward.

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Most of us feel like our faith should impact the way we live every day, but oftentimes it doesn’t.

Christianity can feel disconnected from our lives, irrelevant, or outdated. But we know that it’s not. It points us to Jesus, who invites us into a better way to experience life with him as we reclaim our everyday moments.

That’s why we’re creatively exploring how we connect with God in the ordinary, extraordinary, everyday moments of life. We do this through solid and compelling words and visuals that model a practical way forward.

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Life tries to pull us in a lot of different directions. There are so many people we could listen to, a million choices to make, distractions vying for our attention...
 
If you’re feeling like you aren’t quite sure which way to go, try this breath prayer with us. It might help you center your heart on the one voice that matters.
 
“I seek you with all my heart;
    do not let me stray from your commands” (Psalm 119:10).
 
Breath Prayer is a way of aligning your breathing with a short prayer or psalm, in order to slow you down and draw you closer to God. You only need a line or two of scripture to help ground and comfort you in the truths of his nearness and his love.
Contributed by @lightvessel.co 
 
HE WILL CATCH YOU WHEN YOU FALL…
and you WILL fall.
 
“The Lord makes firm the steps
of the one who delights in him;
though he may stumble, he will not fall,
for the Lord upholds him with his hand.”
-Psalm 37:23-24
 
In life, we will all fall at times. Put your life in the hands of the one who will lift you up every time you fall.
 
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Don’t know about you, but we’ve got a complicated relationship with the word “revival.” For us, there’s some baggage that comes with this word, usually revolving around people who feel like the whole world’s going to hell. They are people who emphasize culture wars and make it sound like our salvation is only found in certain politics or denominations. And when they say “revival,” they mean a whole lot of things that aren’t as related to the good news of Jesus as they might think. 
 
But then there’s the true and good side of revival. The clear awareness that we’re in desperate need of God’s help because, when we’re left to our own ways, we often pursue that which is self-destructive and harmful to others. 
 
We need the Holy Spirit to fill us, change us, and make us new. We need God to help us be a light to the world so that others can experience God’s love. That’s real revival, and it’s worth praying for. 
 
𝐒𝐜𝐫𝐢𝐩𝐭𝐮𝐫𝐞
“Those who accepted his message were baptized, and about three thousand were added to their number that day” (Acts 2:21).
 
𝐀 𝐏𝐫𝐚𝐲𝐞𝐫 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐑𝐞𝐯𝐢𝐯𝐚𝐥
God of light. God of hope. God of truth. Pour out your Spirit upon us, and fill us with your love. Break the chains that bind us. Heal the wounds inside us. Repair the cracks in our souls. Shape us to become forces of light, hope, and healing every day. Amen.
Contributed by @anthonygurrola 

Sometimes even more than our songs, even more than our melodies,

Worship is letting go of the thing we love most and looking towards Him, trusting it will be okay.

It is to let go of our preconceived good ideas before we’ve had a chance to search His heart.

It’s believing that He is good even when it feels like you’re giving good away.

It is believing the promise in your heart even when it is no longer in your hands.

It is believing in the deliverance even if you may never see the exodus.

Worship is climbing up a mountain and starting the fire, trusting He will provide the sacrifice.

Worship is stepping down into the river, and trusting He will provide even in the midst of your sacrifice.

Worship is letting go of the son you hold in your hands and knowing He will be caught in God’s heart.

It is the freedom of the next generation by way of surrendering your will for the current one.

Worship is trusting the gaze of His eyes when He says “Let go.”

Because while we can only see the sacrifice, He sees the salvation.

While we can only see the end of the line, He sees the start of a new one.

While we can only see the suffering, He sees the son.

May we see the son.

And in seeing the son, may we see His goodness.

And in seeing His goodness, may every sacrifice be worth it.

For in letting go of the sacrifice in your hands, you will find the fulfillment of His heart.

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Rest was always a part of God’s plan for us. When God rested on the 7th day, everything was still good and perfect in the world. He didn’t rest because he was tired, or because he needed a break (he’s God, after all). He rested so he could have the opportunity to enjoy his creation. And, this is the enjoyment he meant for us as well.
 
Rest looks a bit different now post-fall, but it’s not any less important. If anything, recognizing the limitations that God has given us can be a gift. We have the opportunity to stop our work and trust that God will continue to sustain us.
 
We need rest. If you’re having trouble finding it, take a minute to slow down and try this breath prayer with us.
 
“For the Son of Man is Lord of the Sabbath” (Matthew 12:8).
 
Breath Prayer is a way of aligning your breathing with a short prayer or psalm, in order to slow you down and draw you closer to God. You only need a line or two of scripture to help ground and comfort you in the truths of his nearness and his love.

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