Pray Through Your Desires
What if you heard Jesus speak personally to you, saying how much he loved, admired, longed for and was proud of you? And what if that happened every day?
That’s what Questions for Jesus is designed to do:
Walk you through an amazing encounter where you learn to talk with Jesus about your God-given desires…..things like belonging, significance, worth or approval.
Learning to pray through your desires takes you far beyond an average devotional life, into a conversation where Jesus speaks life directly, regularly and intimately to your deepest longings.
In the book Questions for Jesus by Tony Stoltzfus, you will discover:
How to identify your deep desires,
Meet Jesus in those desires
Learn to pray through your desires and positively change your life!
You will practice new ways to talk to Jesus and journaling what He said.
As you grow in confidence in your ability to hear, each question for Jesus will spur a new heart-level conversation that makes your relationship come to life.
Praying through your desires isn’t rocket science: in fact, it is amazingly simple and powerful.
Five to ten minutes a day in your devotional times is all it takes to implement this. You won’t need a ton of self-discipline, it doesn’t take long to learn.
There are only two things you need to learn.
- The first is to make a simple shift: from praying for something in this world (like to know your destiny) to asking for the desire that particular something represents….for example, a longing to be valuable and significant in the Father’s eyes.
- The second shift is to simply believe what you hear from Jesus and write it down. That’s it. I will show you how those two steps can radically change your conversation with Jesus in just 10 minutes a day.
And in the process, Questions for Jesus will help your friendship become deeper and more transparent. There’s nothing like sharing what Jesus says he likes about each of you to draw you together.
Interested in connecting with God and deepening your prayer life? Get Questions for Jesus. It’s great to use with small groups too.