The Secret of Boredom (II)

To put it bluntly, sometimes prayer is boring and Bible reading is like eating sawdust. But here’s the good part: one day of exhilaration in the Holy Spirit is worth a thousand days of struggle!

The more you persevere in the secret place, the very nature of your relationship with the Lord begins to change – and the bad days get fewer and further in between!

There’s a threshold to cross in which, once you cross it, the thrill of the secret place grabs your spirit and you gain unparalleled momentum in connecting with God.

There may be a lot of boring hours between here and there, but don’t quit. The greatest things in life-those things that carry eternal value-always come at the steepest price.

-Bob Sorge,

“The Secret of the Secret Place”

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