I'm not sure what that means,
when the beat becomes the rhythm
but it seems like what's happening to my prayers. I think I was trying to tackle 4/4 time - to wrestle my prayer life into a disciplined and acceptable metronome pace. I'm not sure, but I think something beautiful is happening.
My prayers are sounding desperate. My prayers are starting with, "Oh, I don't know..." and "Oh, help me trust You..." My prayers are getting frequent.
Have you ever found yourself bobbing your head to a song, without wanting to or meaning to bob your head at all?
Maybe there's no disciplining or wrestling ourselves into the right kind of prayer life.
What if we're drawn into the rhythm of prayer by the beat of our desperate hearts? What if, when we finally get good and helpless, prayer is the song we bob our hearts to in those moments of anxiety or months of indecision?
What if the beat becomes the rhythm?
let LOVE fly like cRaZy
I'm reading A Praying Life by Paul E. Miller right now with a small group and loving the journey. I definitely encourage you to check it out.