May 242013
 

Five Minute Fridayis a great writing exercise even if you’re not blogging your treasures (memories). Your spontaneous thoughts on a given subject can reveal your personality, daily life, beliefs, etc. If you are blogging, I encourage you to join in! If you want to connect on Twitter, use the hashtag #FiveMinuteFriday.

This week’s Prompt: View

Prayers of Praise–How to Give Words to Your Heart

I used to having trouble figuring out how to construct my own prayers of praise. I repeat hymns and Psalms or use the words “I praise” and “we praise.” Most of my prayers of praise came out more as prayers of thanks.

Then I figured out how to do it. I wasn’t viewing it right.

 

Praise at Zion

View at Zion National Park

WOW, God.

© Laura Hedgecock 2013

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  6 Responses to “A New Way To View Prayers of Praise”

  1. Wow, indeed! What an amazing view!

    Thanks for sharing!

    visiting from FMF,
    Blessings,
    Selena

    • Thanks Selena It really is an amazing view–it’s in Zion National Park. Thanks for visiting.
      Blessing to you,
      Laura

  2. Great thoughts and so true. We have to look at our perspective. You given me something to think about. I need to get back to prayer journaling and praying Praise.
    Thanks for the reminder.
    Thanks for visiting me.
    Blessings,
    Sherry

  3. Laura, the photo is breathtaking! I’m always amazed at how we take the same word and all write such a myriad of things using that word prompt.

    • Mollianne, Thanks for stopping by. I agree, the best thing about #FMF is the different interpretations. !

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