My prayer journal is the heartbeat of my walk with the Lord. And amazingly I have it set up VERY SIMILAR to yours. The biggest difference is probably the answered prayer...instead of a seperate section, I take a yellow highlighter over the original request along with any additional notes. It's the neatest thing, like you said, to see how God has worked over the weeks, months, and even years. I love the color yellow! I could go on and on and on about my prayer journal, how I have it set up (and even decorated!) and how it's been such a blessing, but I best end this here!Thanks for sharing,Kelli
Nancy,It seem like my prayer list keeps getting long,what a great idea.I would love to puchase one from you firstname.lastname@example.orgBlessings,Tammy
Nancy, thank you for your faithfulness to prayer and thank you for sharing what has worked for you. Prayer is a difficult thing to get under control and sometimes it can get so overwhelming that we just don't do it. Your system seems perfect.If I don't end up making one of these journals myself, I'll send you an e-mail with all of my information. Thanks for the offer.
Nancy, I've followed a similar plan for my prayers for many years now. I find I can still feel overwhelmed even with a plan -- there are just so many needs and people to pray for... Like you said, it's wise to rethink the plan from time to time and do some cleaning out. I may need to do that again...
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