Journey Deeper into Prayer

Cultivate a vibrant life of prayer!

Experience the fresh grace of God with Chronic Joy® Prayer Prompts. Take one gentle step today, lift one precious life, pray for one more minute in a style that’s familiar to you or maybe brand new.

 

“Pray in the Spirit at all times with every kind of prayer and request.” Ephesians 6:18 ISV

Sometimes the hardest part is figuring out how to start. Chronic Joy® Prayer Prompts extend a warm invitation. Step in, hush the voices of the world, and enter into holy conversation with God.

God longs for us to bring ourselves. He delights when we bring our time and attention, our words and questions, our frustrations and laughter, our joy, and even our tears. Then He promises something even more – He promises that the One who searches our hearts for the feelings too deep for words “intercedes for us with groanings too deep for words.”

“When life is going smoothly, and our truest heart treasures seem safe, it does not occur to us to pray,” writes Timothy Keller.

Tonnya Blaylock adds, “One thing I have learned about my prayer life is that it is enriched through pain. It may not be the thing one wants to hear or acknowledge, but that doesn’t make it any less true. It is through pain that my prayer becomes deeper and more authentic. I love Psalm 31:7, which says, “I will be glad and rejoice in your unfailing love, for you have seen my troubles, and you care about the anguish of my soul.”

Can you think of a time when your words have felt futile, when you’ve prayed but haven’t felt heard, when there were no words? Maybe that’s where you are now. Or where you’ve recently been.

We understand. You are not alone here. And it’s why we’ve lovingly crafted these prayer prompts to meet you exactly as you are, right where you are, as is.

WHAT IS A PRAYER PROMPT?

Chronic Joy® Prayer Prompts are an invitation to take one gentle step, to pray in a comforting and familiar or perhaps new-to-you way, or to cry out on behalf of one precious life today … maybe even yours.

Prayer prompts:

  • Strengthen and deepen our relationship with God
  • Change and enrich us Psalm 51:10
  • Help us to engage with Scripture
  • Shed a whole new light on interruptions! (Theology of disruption)
  • Equip prayer to nourish and inform the rhythms of our lives
  • Develop consistency over time.

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Watch for your first prompt to arrive in January.

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