The Bible answers the questions: To whom should we pray? When should we pray? How long should our prayers be? Should our prayers be public or private? What or whom should we pray for? Is there a prescribed posture to assume in prayer?
What if I told you that at the end of 2018, we will know more of God’s splendor?
If you and I were having coffee together, and I asked you, “Hey, how’s your prayer life?”, how would you respond?
What do a prince and stonemason have in common? Or an archbishop and an innkeeper? A prime minister and a film star, a rabbi and a footballer, an astronaut and a sheep farmer? They all, at some time or another pray.
Unceasing, incessant prayer is essential to the vitality of your relationship to the Lord and your ability to function in the world. But exactly what does it mean to pray in Jesus name?
Let the hearts of those rejoice who seek the Lord! Seek the Lord and His strength; seek His face evermore! 1 Chronicles 16:10, 11
Trust ye in the Lord for ever: for in the Lord Jehovah is everlasting strength. Isaiah 26:4
How many of us make prayer a last resort? Or how many of us do the classic, “Dear God, thank you for this day, please bless my day, Amen” type of prayer as we hop in our cars on the way to school?