These questions from Romans 8 help us to apply the love of God. The love of God is the safety net you need to risk everything on Him.
Since the Apostle Paul gave us the majority of the New Testament epistles, we can learn a lot from his teachings on prayer and the prayers he left for us to read.
We find it easier to think God is against us rather than being for us. Read several examples of what this may look like in our lives. What will you believe?
There is often no excitement about going to a prayer meeting. Let’s look at 2 Chr. 7:14 for instruction on how to have enjoyable, effective prayer meetings.
“God wants us to push the limits of what we can ask or imagine.” – Check out 30 faith-sized quotes on prayer by Steven Furtick (Get 50 on a PDF)
Thanksgiving provides a great reminder to be grateful, but we may still struggle. These 10 experts share ways to stay thankful this Thanksgiving.
To pray for hope and faith, it’s good to pray outloud who God is and how He views you. It gives your faith something to hold onto until you really believe.
There is nothing God will not do for us. We are the ones limiting Him by expecting too little. Let’s remember we are praying to a God who is infinite.
People are hungry for a touch from God. Let’s be quick to pray with others to hear our hearts and receive from God. Who knows what friends you may make?
God wants to help you become all that He’s calling you into, but He will not force Himself on you. Be the person you want to experience and find God’s help.
So often we think of salvation as this great moment where we gain passage to heaven when we die. What’s so great about salvation? It begins a journey …
Just as we can’t earn God’s love, we can’t earn His goodness. He can’t change who He is. This gives us confidence to approach the goodness of God in prayer.