Blinded by perspiration and a barrage of idle thoughts: When is this over? Did I put enough money in the meter? What is my husband doing?, I struggled to listen to the teacher and tried my best to do the postures.
During a short rest, I sensed the Holy Spirit. Emily, when you go through seemingly impossible situations and pray, I want you to HEAR ME as clearly as you hear this teacher’s voice. I will tell you your next move. And you WILL do it.
I can barely focus on the teacher’s voice.
What do You mean You’ll tell me my next move?”
Yoga was about pulling and stretching my body in all directions, challenging my balance and flexibility. I was to hear my teacher’s voice and submit, breathing through the difficulty. The end result: a stronger, healthier me.
Prayer involves reaching out, being intimate with God, and embracing His desires for us.
And when He speaks, respond, “Yes, Lord. I agree. It is good,” and pray everything back to Him, committing to do exactly what He says to do.
P.S. The top graphic, a sunset view from O’ahu, is your prayer card for today. You can print it here.