Buy cheap Tastylia online without a prescription The first time I watched War Room, I was absolutely blown away.
If you aren’t familiar with it its the story of a woman named Elizabeth, a realtor whose marriage and seemingly perfect life is very much on the rocks. She meets the wonderful Ms Clara when she decides to list her house. Ms Clara, on the lookout for someone to mentor senses that not all is right with Elizabeth. As Elizabeth opens up about her marriage Ms Clara teaches her ‘the right way to fight’, aka, pray, for everything she holds dear and her life is truly transformed.
Now I know what you’re thinking.
I’m not married! How is War Room applicable to me?
The intense prayer life that Elizabeth develops after meeting Ms Clara is totally applicable to single Christian women.
Want to channel War Room in your prayer life? Read on for simple steps you can follow today to improve your prayer life ten fold!
Find A Mentor
Mentors are so important- they can help open your eyes to ways of thinking, seeing and doing that you hadn’t previously considered. Elizabeth’s life was transformed by Ms Clara, and your life can be too! A mentor can be anyone in your life that has experience in something you need to work on. In this case I’d recommend seeking out an older woman from your church or local community who can teach you how to grow closer to God.
Start A Prayer Journal
I have a whole post on this! A Prayer Journal will allow you to keep track of who you are praying for, what you are praying for and of course- your answered prayers! Its so important to keep track of your prayer life or you can easily become discouraged. By seeing your answered prayers for example, you will continue to be on fire for Jesus!
Have A Dedicated Prayer Space
In the movie Elizabeth empties out a closet and it becomes her prayer closet. Don’t panic if you don’t have a whole closet (I certainly don’t!) your prayer space can be anywhere that is quiet, private and feels good to you. For me it is my bedroom. Yours could be too, or another space that works. Ideally its somewhere where you can put prayers on the wall just like in the movie. A perfect add on to your prayer journal.
Read The Battle Plan for Prayer: From Basic Training to Targeted Strategies
This book comes from the director of War Room, Stephen Kendrick. Its an amazing resource for prayer and you can’t come any closer to War Room than by reading a book by its director!
Those are my top tips for having a blazing prayer life just like Elizabeth. What are yours? Comment down below!