The Secret to Reigniting Your Faith

Margaret —  February 2, 2014 — 3 Comments

 The Secret to Reigniting Your Faith

Over the years, I’ve discovered a secret to reigniting your faith—even when it seems impossible: 

Apart from the wonder of God, passion for him and his Word fades. But with a renewed sense of wonder, even the cold embers of an extinguished faith can be fanned back into flame. [Tweet this]

Will you pray for wonder?

Right now, ask God to awaken your ability to see and savor his sweet presence and recognize his divine handiwork. [Tweet this]

And as you pray, may you be wonderstruck.

May you discover another facet of God’s character, feel the soft pinch of his presence, and step back in astonishment of the One who holds everything together. Along the way, I trust you’ll experience God.

When you lay hold of him, may you never let go.

Wonderstruck: Awaken to the Nearness of God by Margaret Feinberg

The Secret to Reigniting Your Faith

This blog is part of a series called Sunday Still. You can read more about the heart behind these posts, here.

Friend, will you go on an adventure with me?

Will you continue to pray for wonder each day for the next 14 days? Along the way, I have a feeling God has some incredible things to reveal to you. Let’s choose to live today and every day awake and aware to the wonder of God.

To get your copy of the free devotional and journal, The Fourteen Days of Wonder, click here.

You’ll receive a link to access a PDF download of a devotional and journal. You can begin the adventure as soon as you receive the PDF. 

Let’s start today: Where are you experiencing the wonder of God in your life?

 

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3 responses to The Secret to Reigniting Your Faith

  1. I prayed for wonder last year…they don’t call Him the God who can do immeasurably more than we could ever ask or imagine for anything! Woohoo hold onto your seats!! :D

    Margaret our ladies group is starting wonderstruck at the end of the month…this is a great way for us to get started!! Hugs!!

  2. Yes to this, Margaret! “Right now, ask God to awaken your ability to see and savor his sweet presence and recognize his divine handiwork” I actually just blogged about God’s presence. The prayers I say for others nowadays most always have to do with them to be overwhelmed with his presence.

  3. There is a need to let go of performance in order to see wonder – to move to a relationship with Yeshua of contemplation and reflection – with eyes of the heart opened in intimacy of that relationship. That we are offered this is itself “Wonder”!

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