Prayer Is? - Poem by James Tipp
Prayer is to seek the way of God to find direction
So that vision is rooted in the possible and probable.
Prayer is a dialogue of un-equals adult and child
One seeking to expand and re-create limited by knowledge
The other knowing all and wanting to re-direct without crushing.
Prayer is not telling but seeking wisdom from its source.
Did Abraham change Gods mind, or did the spirit prompt concern
Is the widow of Jesus steadfast or stubborn in her requests?
Prayer is not shouting in the dark but a seeking after light
That will illumine all I am and all I do in the pilgrimage of life.
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