Praying on a Train in the Quiet Zone

As I came back from Lichfield today, I was having some lunch, and I was using the opportunity to offer to God all that I had talked about with my DDO. It just occurred to me that I was sitting in the “Quiet Zone”. If you are on a long journey, or you are travelling by train to something that you need to pray about; I encourage you to use the Quiet Zone as a place of prayer and meditation. Well done to the rail network.

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Author: Urban Curate

Following from the Ministry Trainee, I am a urban Curate who is at a church in the West Midlands with a passion to serve the Lord. I'm 28 years old, married with two children.

3 thoughts on “Praying on a Train in the Quiet Zone”

    1. I didn’t mean that it is the only place for prayer, but I highly recommend it. If you have ever been on a train with kids screaming, babies crying, loud music, phones going off, annoying chatting. They are distractions. If you are going to spend time in prayer, you need to be focused; and being in a quiet place with no distractions means your time of prayer is better.

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