Breakfast Biscuits

Encouragement in Prayer & Breakfast Biscuits

Romans 8:26-27 (icb)

Also, the Spirit helps us. We are very weak, but the Spirit helps us with our weakness. We do not know how to pray as we should. But the Spirit himself speaks to God for us, even begs God for us. The spirit speaks to God with deep feelings that words cannot explain. God can see what is in people’s hearts. And he knows what is in the mind of the Spirit, because the Spirit speaks to God for his people in the way that God wants.


In yesterday’s devotional, I talked about prayer and how I often struggle to find the words to say, or any words at all for that matter. I’ll be honest, it’s a topic that’s discouraging for me. Even after reading the scripture from yesterday and writing the devotional, I felt discouraged.

But today, I want to share scripture that encourages me regarding prayer. The focus of our devo for today is Romans 8:26-27, and it’s a “turn-that-frown-upside-down” kinda truth. Even when we don’t know what to pray for, when we can’t connect our hearts and our heads, or when we can’t seem to organize our thoughts enough to put two words together, we’re still praying. That’s the powerful work of the Spirit.

God knows what’s on our hearts and in our heads, and He’s more than capable of making sense of what’s often a conjumbled mess. The more I study the Bible, the more I see a few common themes – and one of them is grace.

Take a second to really think about this:

We serve a God that’s completely and totally accessible through prayer
He wants an open, honest, ongoing relationship with us
He forgives us when our prayers are self-centered
He understands us when our prayers are confusing
He listens to us when we want to talk and He sits with us when we don’t
When we can’t find the words to say, He literally reads them from our hearts and speaks them for us

That’s grace. And love. God loves us enough and has such a strong desire to simply connect with us that He provides us with an endless amount of opportunities to succeed in prayer.

If you’ve ever felt, or often feel, discouraged in your prayer life, you can take heart in knowing that God takes even your “worst attempts” at prayer and turns them into something beautiful. That’s kind of His thing; making our messes into something good.


Everything that has the power to defeat you has been covered by God’s loving grace. As you let that thought sink in, write a letter to Him, thanking Him and worshipping Him for providing a promise or a solution to satisfy all your needs.


A prayer of thanksgiving for the Spirit’s work in every aspect of your life.

Breakfast Biscuits

10 minPrep Time

30 minCook Time

40 minTotal Time

Serves 6 Biscuits • 2 Biscuits Per Serving

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  • 3/4 cup spelt flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 3/4 cup 2% plain greek yogurt
  • 2 eggs
  • 8 ounces breakfast sausage
  • 1 tablespoon shredded cheddar cheese
  • 1 teaspoon dried parsley
  • 1/2 teaspoon each salt and pepper


  1. Brown sausage in a skillet
  2. Pre-heat oven to 400 degrees and line a cookie sheet with parchment paper
  3. In a bowl, combine flour, baking powder, greek yogurt, parsley, salt and pepper
  4. Mix until combined and add sausage to mixture
  5. Using an ice cream scooper, scoop 6 equal biscuits onto parchment paper, at least an inch apart
  6. Bake for 15 minutes
  7. While biscuits are baking, scramble eggs and shredded cheese in a bowl
  8. Once biscuits have cooked for 15 minutes, remove from oven and allow to cool for 5 minutes
  9. Slice each biscuit in half, without cutting the entire way through to the bottom
  10. Spray a muffin tin with non stick spray and place one biscuit in each tin
  11. Evenly pour eggs on top of biscuits and return to oven for 10 minutes

Tips & Tools

I was actually unprepared to make this recipe and didn’t remember to buy the breakfast sausage, but luckily, I had some chicken sausage links in the freezer from a past recipe. I allowed them to thaw and used a knife to remove the casing, then added them to the skillet and broke them up with a spatula. If you would prefer to use sausage links, this is an easy way to turn them into crumbled sausage. Or, you can simply cook the links and then dice them up into small pieces. The nutrition information above was calculated using 3 Trader Joes Breakfast Chicken Sausage Links (totaling 110 calories for reference).

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