Don’t Be Afraid to Ask

Filed in Relationships by on March 30, 2011 1 Comment

Wow! Now, I’m fully engulfed in social media, trying to manage multiple platforms to reach my audience, speaking on radio stations, invitations to speak with book clubs, etc. Can I stop for a moment to Praise Him?! Maybe I do a little of this in every blog, but when you are me and you have been where I have been and now you’re here…you know it’s not about you, nor can you take any credit. Not even a little bit! It’s all the work and the power of Christ. I’m still not the most famous writer or most popular blogger. I don’t want either of those things. My prayer is that people hear and apply the message of what develops the early stages of success in relationships.

Also, a little break to thank many of those who have read my book. I appreciate the feedback people have given me, and I hope they apply the knowledge, discern the wisdom and truly live fulfilled relationships.

Ok normally, I get straight to the heart of the matter on relationships. This time, although I know my book is faith based and that’s not normally my topic of conversation here, that’s where we are going today.

I sent my daughter a message a few days ago. It read simply “prayer changes things.” Real talk…all day, every day. Our creator has a permissive will for our lives. The ultimate goal is to find that your will aligns with His will. That’s a topic for another day, but it’s important to know…find ways to align what you want with what he wants for you.

His permissive will can only be accessed one way: by asking. You have to pray. As a couple, learn to pray together. It’s not difficult. It’s not even awkward. “Baby, come over here…let’s pray.” It’s that simple.

By praying together, you are inviting God’s presence into your union. If you live for Him, there’s nothing He won’t do for you. What is really amazing, is you will find that your will lines up with His, and the prayers will be answered before you even pray them, because He knows the desires of your heart.

Obviously, I’m single…but more importantly, I’m cool with it. Kinda like it. The one thing (maybe a few things) that I would just love to do with a spouse is pray together. If you haven’t done it, you might not understand. There’s a presence released when you glorify His name with the person you love on this earth more than any other. I’m sure I could get all spiritual here, but I’ll just say when you feel God’s love and you experience it with someone else…there are no words. You just know, that you know…that you know…that the presence of God is in and around you.

Pray. Pray often. Pray without ceasing. Little prayers like “God help me” or big prayers like the ones your grandparents may do as you’re hungry wanting to eat Thanksgiving turkey. It’s all good. Prayer changes things. Prayer changes lives. Prayer enhances relationships.

Don’t be afraid to ask Him for whatever it is…just pray.

Until the next one. :)

About the Author ()

Jay Hurt is the author of The 9 Tenets of a Successful Relationship-for Singles. Personal experience, a liberation through faith and an appreciation for his perspective led Jay to share his insight on relationships. Dealing with challenging topics by confronting them with faith and common sense, Jay aspires to share wisdom to help others become fulfilled and blessed in their relationships. Jay lives in Nashville, TN and has two daughters, Kristina and Jalen.

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  1. Karl Stewart says:

    Maybe sometimes putting your faith in Him can really help! Just a suggestion! :)

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