Alone With God

Alone with God. For many, these words sound very intimidating and even too high of a thing to ask any one of us to aspire to. Yet, this is exactly the level of intimacy that we are told by our Lord Jesus Christ that prayer must have.

Without question, it is not until we get to this place of being able to get along with God that we will find in him a true father that loves us so intimately that our prayers can truly be effective in bringing down blessing from heaven to earth. With this in mind, I present this lesson to help encourage you to find this private moment of intimacy and love with God that truly wants to bless you as a result of your prayers.

Author: Doug Sumowski

Doug Sumowski is passionate about sharing his faith with others and helping his brothers and sisters in the faith find their way to Christ. He grew up in the Catholic faith and after experiencing several personal struggles, left the Church and for a time became an itinerant evangelist and assistant pastor for a Protestant church. Eventually, finding his way home to the Catholic Church and received a BA in Religion from St. Leo University in March 2015, was a seminarian for the Diocese of Belleville, Illinois, from August 2015 until August 2017 and then finished up a Master's in Theology from St. Leo University in December 2017. His experiences in other denominations have strengthened his commitment to Catholicism and to Christ. Now with a clear path, he finds these past situations have given him a tool to help others who struggle with different aspects of Catholicism. By explaining the basics of the Catholic faith he desires to strengthen your faith and help you to learn what the Church has to offer. For everyone has their own path that they walk, but none of us ever has to walk alone. If you want to learn more read his books about the Catholic faith.