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Prayer is meant to be the expression of a relationship with God. So how do we put that into practice? David helps us in Psalm 63, showing us what it means to desire God’s presence and satisfy that desire through Biblical meditation and prayer.
1. Do you feel like you are actually relating to God when you pray? Or does it feel more like “running lines” for a play?
2. Where do you see spiritual hunger in your life? What “junk food” do you typically use to try and satisfy it? What would it look like to cultivate a hunger for God instead?
3. Do you meditate on God through His Word as you pray? What are some ways you think it would help?
4. Would you say you pour out your heart in prayer? What holds you back from doing that?
Brian serves the church by overseeing preaching and Sunday morning services at Cornerstone.
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