Monday is for Discussion
Don’t know who said it first but it sure seems like sound advice to me. I just ran across the three words in a book called Pivotal Prayer (John Hull and Tim Elmore, Thomas Nelson, 2002)
Stop. Drop. Pray.
Is there a better way to deal with confusion, loneliness, anger, bitterness, resentment, hurt, betrayal, sorrow, loss, uncertainty, lack of direction, personal attacks, challenges and longings?
I don’t think so.
So why is my first impulse to do something rather than pray something?
Why do I find it easier to keep moving, keep rolling through my hours without stopping, dropping and seeking the face of an omniscient God for the condition I am in?
If I was on fire, long association with “stop, drop and roll” would be instantaneous.
So why when we are metaphorically “on fire” with heartache do we neglect the spiritual process for…
View original post 149 more words