God oftentimes is waiting for us to see if we are interested before speaking. Are we pulling away from our daily activities enough to listen to God speak?
The parable of the persistent widow teaches us to continue to pray, but perseverance is not about getting what you want. We want to maintain trust in God.
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.
Life is hard, but God is good, your prayers are powerful and you can overcome the world. Don’t lose hope, but lean into prayer that will reawaken your heart.
The idea that God wants you to pray for your desires has been a foreign concept for me. My desires, I thought, actually got in the way of following God.
For 10 years, I have written a weekly article about prayer. Through this I gained two convictions about prayer that would give us great joy in prayer.
When your world is falling apart, prayer can be overwhelming. What do you say? Prayer will remind you that God is in control and He is for you.
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 …
Have you given up praying about something because it seems that God doesn’t what to answer it? The bravest prayer you can pray is to continue praying that prayer you’ve prayed 100 times.
I heard it said that God is Abba, but He is still call God, our Father. This preacher thought Dad took away our reverence for God. I didn’t have kids at the time, so I just took it as truth.
Prayer reminds us that He is always with us, He hasn’t left us, and He likes us. The greatest benefit of prayer is we remember that God is close.
God can do everything on His own. He created the heavens and the earth without our help. Why should we pray? It is more than because He commands us too.