From A Praying Life: You don't create intimacy; you make room for it. ...If Jesus has to pull away from people and noise in order to pray, then it makes sense that we need to as well.
Paul Miller, in his book A Praying Life: Imagine that your prayer is a poorly dressed beggar reeking of alcohol and body odor, stumbling toward the palace of the great king. You have become your prayer. As you shuffle toward the barred gate, the guards stiffen. Your smell has preceded you. You stammer out a... Continue Reading →