"I desire the consuming fire tht will lead my prayers to directed at my God. I desire this fire that the world cannot explain. I desire the passion that will bring me to my face between my knees. The passion that I cannot obtain. I refuse to sit with uncallused knees. To stand with the words being recited from my mind. I will not have the heart of an uninvovled, undevoted, indifferent pretender. I desire a life that is ecompassed with the sweet fellowship of Jesus and is solid in my stand, with my trust in Him. I want to hit my broken and bruised knees every morning when I sit at the feet of my Savior. I want the Holy Spirit to be overflowing in me and interceding- for I am lost at what to pray. For no person is greater then the prayer life in which he posses- when we are not praying we are straying. When we are straying, we are not pursuing the holiest relationship we could obtain with our Creator. Our praying needs to be that of God's servant Elijah. A man who was just like us- an example of a prayer life that was pressed and pursued. That had an abundant energy that never grows weary and a presistence that has an encouraging fixation upon our Lord."
Originally written in Spring 2008