This is the sixth week of exploring our Remarkable Faith, a series where we are reflecting on our most memorable moments in our faith walks. And I’m cheating a little bit. Thanks to a bad choice involving Google Images, I’ve gotten some highly persistent and irritating malware on my laptop. So while I’m fighting my crashing, popping up, and generally annoying computer, I’m going to link to a post I wrote several months ago for (in)courage.
A prayer that’s stuck in my memory is one that happened when I was 15. In the shower. It kind of gave new meaning to God knowing the number of hairs on my head. But more importantly, it led me to a more genuine faith. Read the post here. (I hope you’ll click over. I promise it’s worth the read.)
If this is your first time reading a post about Remarkable Faith, you can read about the series here. I hope you’ll link up when you have something to say! And if you don’t have a blog but would like to share, please, talk to us in the comments.
Has one prayer stuck in your memory and shaped your beliefs or spiritual walk? Do you have a remarkable faith?
If you write about this on your blog, please link up! (And remember, use the URL for your specific post, and include a link back to Giving Up on Perfect in your post so others can link up, too!)