Make Time for God

And He'll make time for you.


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Comments (19)

(19) Sara Iberkleid, July 21, 2015 8:12 PM

I love you presentations, many thanks to sharing so much.
Sara

(18) yocheved, July 23, 2008 10:38 PM

wow!

lori you are the best!! great and so true message!

(17) George BenMiller, June 21, 2008 9:28 PM

Wonder Validation...

I have been viewing 'Lori Almost Live' for quite some time. This Shabbat, I chose to begin the formal process of Conversion....Thank You Lori for such a Validating Message. I could relate the 'personal, busy, busy stuff'...that held me back...due to its distracting and meaningless 'drama' in my life...
But the essence of the Video is the more important. B"H

(16) Anonymous, June 21, 2008 5:06 PM

You are right !

I loved all you have said, but also I am happy that you spoke slower, and so for me that I am a Brazilian I could understand everything. Thank you !

(15) Marc, June 20, 2008 3:53 PM

thank you

Lori,

THank you for that. It's amazing how your lesson came at a time of need for myself.

Thank you,

Marc

(14) Anonymous, June 19, 2008 8:53 PM

...

so true

(13) Catherine Manna, June 19, 2008 7:57 PM

I believe!

THis is true if we take time for God
he will make time for us.
heres another thought!
If we want peace or ask and pray to God for peace
then we have to pursue peace first.
seems like everythig starts with you with us. we show God we care, then he see's and hears our prayers and our wishes.
So i guess what im tring to say, is
we have to act in harmony with our Prayers, once we make the time to actually do them..
sounds good?
I love you Lori!
How about a show called,
I Love Lori!
Keep in touch
Catherine Manna
Your beautiful as alwasy!!!
Peas

(12) Anonymous, June 18, 2008 9:02 PM

beautiful

congratulations I love it the first who
we have to attend in the day is HASHEM
then we have all day for everyONE.TRY IT AND YOU WILL SEE THE CHANGE IN YOUR LIFE TAHNK YOU LORY I ENJOY YOUR VIEDOS

(11) Simon, June 18, 2008 4:31 AM

Is there another gift or friend like HaShem in our life, not to me.

We are spiritual beings and our spirit yearns for breakfast with our creator also a spirit a Holy Spirit. In the age of technology where time has become a scarce commodity-- T.V., mobile phones and access to all we all we have ever wished, the limiting factor is time the value of time has become like that of water in a desert in our illusion. The starving spirit in us seeks food in worship and through prayer we surely do connect with HaShem though not technologically. I love the mornings and thanks Him for the night, l love the evenings and thanks Him for the day for all His care, that way l try to have time with God, but it is time snatched from myself in my understanding a sacrifice and for that time l have never failed to get a reward of another beautiful day and night. Thanks for the encouragement to all of us of this kind.

(10) Anonymous, June 18, 2008 1:28 AM

15 min

When I have the time it takes me 40 min. Just what is required for us ladies for the AM prayers?

(9) Anonymous, June 17, 2008 11:45 PM

thanks Lori

Lori as much a u r needed in the states we need u more here u r a shining example of what young Jewish women should strive to be and i see too many lost souls right here in Israel but yasher koach re all u do and very soon may we all b reunited in our country bimhara b'yamenu amen v amen

(8) Joan Mooring, June 17, 2008 9:34 PM

Truth

Also: Draw near to G-d and He will draw near to you. Kids on hashkafah.com were discussing role models, first non-serious but became more serious when your name came up. (gave this link). Glad to find you.

(7) Anonymous, June 17, 2008 7:10 PM

Golden Words!

Why North Virginia deserves to learn from you more than Houston!
We, in Texas, also need such a fascinating instructor and your profound classes. Please, put us into a waiting list. I'm sure Houston has enough resources to make you feel as comfortable as at home.
The words "take time for G-d and G-d will make time for you!" have to be put into music, written with golden letters, and placed into slogans.
Have a great Summer!

(6) jill, June 17, 2008 2:16 PM

stop

stop telling me what to do!

(5) stella, June 17, 2008 11:21 AM

Thanks so much

For a long time i could not listen as my computer was hay wire. Today, i can and i did. Thanks for your beautiful messages and gentle nudges. i am learning and trying to walk the way Hashem wants us to. Hashem bless you.
stella.

(4) Zev Roig, June 17, 2008 11:14 AM

Thank you

Thank you, Lori for your support, encouragement and reminder...

(3) shells, June 17, 2008 9:02 AM

thank YOU Lori

you know what... YOU are an awesome teacher and you do it with so much love in your face... YOU smile and shine and I learn so much with YOU... thank YOU for sharing with us your love of G-d and teaching us to love Him more. shalom x

(2) Anonymous, June 17, 2008 8:30 AM

Not necessarily

I love Lori's almost live blogs but sometimes she tends to simplify things and make it seem very black and white. If you take time to pray, you will have the gift from G-d of more time that day. Sometimes that's true. But very often it's not true.

You don't necessarily get a "reward" each time you pray or do a chessed or go to a shiur or any thing that you're supposed to do right away. Very often, you will take time to pray and you'll STILL have a "Murphy's Law" kind of day. It doesn't mean you shouldn't pray. But you shouldn't expect an immediate reward like that!! Then you'll be disappointed and then you won't pray next time.
Just pray for the sake of the meaning it puts in YOUR life and hopefully it will add something to your life whether or not it adds more time...

(1) Nechama Retting, June 17, 2008 7:48 AM

Awesome!

Awesome, and so true! I LOVED this article! Lori, please come teach in Northern Virginia, we NEED you!! :) Name the time and I will find the place and the class!

 

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