There are times when I’m at church, and a message speaks so loudly and so clearly to me that it brings me to tears. Not boo hoo tears rolling down my face (well sometimes), but soft subtle, single tear drop down my cheek type tears. Moments where I know God is using one of our pastors to speak to me and let me know He hears me, in all my prayer and supplication. Yesterday was one of those days. We had a new youth pastor who spoke on the power of prayer. Praying not just in the big moments, when you need God more than ever. But in the small ones too. The times you may think are insignificant, are never that way to Him. It’s something I’ve been practicing for the past couple of weeks in my business. In fact, I have a post it note on my laptop that simply reads “pray first.” Before I dive into emails, before I open photoshop, before I grab my camera, I pray. Simply pray. For guidance on what to do, the words to speak earnestly, the ability to accomplish the goals asked of me, all to glorify His name. He iss who gives me my talents and He is who blesses me in every aspect of my work. It’s made me feel more fulfilled, and more at ease in my day. Knowing He’s guiding my path. As I listened to our pastor speak these words yesterday, “Pray humbly, pray frequently, and pray persistently,” I had a vision of these printable cards. I don’t know why, but I couldn’t get it out of my head, with the quite whisper to make these for anyone who needed to hear His message. I scribbled these 3 lines down, along with the verse he followed it up with and made a mental note of what to do. I have no clue if anyone will want these, but I felt called to so I did. I put them on my website as a free download. You can print them, download them to your backgrounds, share them, whatever you may want. I made a 4×6 version and an 8×10. I may make some more later as laptop background screen sizes. We shall see. Until then, this is what spoke loudly in my heart, so I’m doing what I felt called to do. I hope it brings you peace and is just what you needed on this Monday!