Essential Elements to Prayer, Mk 14:36

In Mk 14:36, Jesus prayed in the garden of Gethsemane before his crucifixion.  He said, “Abba, Father, all things are possible unto thee; take away this cup from me: nevertheless not what I will, but what thou wilt”.  In Christ’s supplication we see four essential elements to prayer that should...

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Pray Without Doubting, 1 Tim 2:8

We’re told to pray without doubting, 1 Tim 2:8.  This is because doubting will adversely affect your prayer life.   In Jas 1:5-8 we are to ask in faith nothing wavering.  Wavering is like waves of the sea.  When you waver, you are double minded, unstable, and think that you...

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Rejoice in Answered Prayer, Jn 16:23-24

Rejoice in Answered Prayer Jn. 16:23-24 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO Jesus showed us in Jn 16:23-24 that we should rejoice in answered prayer.  Getting a prayer answered is a reason to rejoice.  And notice that Jesus said, “that your joy may be full.”  So, he wasn’t just talking about a...

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Prayer Conditions, Jn 16:23-24

Prayer Conditions Jn. 16:23-24 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO There are prayer conditions that must be met before the Lord will answer our prayers according to his promise in Jn 16:23-24.  Promise: God will hear and answer your prayers, 1 John 5:15.  In this lesson, we cover the prayer conditions the Lord...

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Nehemiah’s Prayer, Neh 1:4-11

In Neh 1:1-11, when Nehemiah heard of the great affliction and reproach in the province of Judah and how the walls were broken down in Jerusalem and how the gates were burned with fire [Neh 1:3], he wept and mourned and then he prayed [Neh 1:4].  Notice some qualities of...

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The Fellowship of Prayer

The Fellowship of Prayer John 15:7 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO In prayer, we don’t just have the opportunity to make our requests known to God but we more importantly have the privilege of having fellowship with God.  Fellowship is companionship and friendly association.  It is a mutual sharing of experience, activity...

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