A Moment to Pray

When I wake early each morning I wonder what will become of my day? While my heart is yet uplifted, I take a moment to pray. I talk to God to tell Him about the battles in life I’m waging.

He showers me with blessings so my storms will cease raging. He is a companion who listens, a heavenly Father, you see. He’s fairest of the thousands who loves me indeed.

In the morning, when it’s quiet, my heart listens when He speaks. He soothes, nurtures and protects to bear me up when I am weak. Each day He ignites my desire, to serve with a willing heart. He fortifies my soul and gives my day the “right kind of start.

He teaches me how to minister love to the inner man. Yet conditions me to forgive others as only He can.

When retiring in the evening I reflect on what became of my day. But I then realize MY SOUL is blessed so I take a moment to PRAY!

Copyright ©2008


Author: The Healing Place Ministries

Denise J. Williams was born in Brooklyn, New York & holds a doctorate in biblical studies. More of her work can be found on her blog http://www.thebrokenvessel.wordpress.com​ Her first book, The Healing Of A Broken Vessel was released in 2009. Her second offering, Chambers of the Believing Heart was released in June 2012. Her objective is to inspire the modern day believer to seek an authentic, passionate relationship with the Lord.​ Both books can be found on Amazon. ​ Denise has over twenty years of ministry experience. Her past outreach efforts included ministering to nursing home residents and tutoring young women in reading. She currently hosts Healing workshops in the Jacksonville area to empower women to be Kingdom builders in the body of Christ. In addition, she is a photojournalist who contributes weekly to The Florida Star newspaper, a voice over artist and on occasion hosts the radio show IMPACT sponsored by The Florida Star newspaper on WCGL 94.7 FM a gospel station in the greater Jacksonville, FL area. Denise is fully persuaded that believers can be viable catalysts to expose the world to God’s unconditional love, healing power and authority for such a time as this!

2 thoughts on “A Moment to Pray”

  1. oh…and that bridge in the site…it looks like one I was playing the guitar on in Pennsylvania in 2011. Very nice background.

  2. Thank you for that wonderful word. I read it as soon as I got in this morning. Trying as times are…it was again as timely as you are.


    Mark Wilson

    a dual song played in my ipod as I was walking from the train:
    I’m a fool for you anyway, Foreigner, then
    Praise him in advance, Marvin Sapp

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