Category Archives: The Power of Prayer

Prayer – A Format for Prayer

(1)  Give thanks and praise to God for who He is and for blessings. (2)  Acknowledge and thank God for His love and plan for us. (3)  Acknowledge and thank God for His complete understanding of our situation and the … Continue reading

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Learning To Pray

Prayer is simply talking to God.  Talk to God about your concerns and problems.  Ask God to give you wisdom and guidance. We can also pray for more faith. Ask God to provide for your needs.  Tell God how much … Continue reading

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Christian Prayer

Prayer is probably the single most important thing we are called to do as Christians. For all the lip service Christians give prayer you’d think there is a whole lot of it going on. “I’ll pray for you on that,” … Continue reading

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Prayer – Pure Power

A number of years ago I when was honoured to be a part of a blessed and anointed intercessory prayer group and one of the prayer partners handed out a little piece of paper that had only four words on … Continue reading

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Why We Don’t Pray

For most believers, difficulty praying is not due to ignorance. We know prayer is important and that it should be a priority. Verses like the following are written as commands, not suggestions: “Devote yourselves to prayer.” (Col. 4:2) “Pray continually.” (1 … Continue reading

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The First Meal of the Day

It has pleased the Lord to teach me a truth that I really didn’t have anything to do with. Although more than fourteen years have passed since I first wrote this, I haven’t lost any of the benefits of this … Continue reading

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Should Christians Pray the Imprecatory Psalms?

Imprecatory Psalms contain words that appear at face-value to curse enemies, which become problematic with Christians who strive to love rather than curse their enemies as taught by the Lord Jesus Christ as recorded in Matthew 5:39, 44; Luke 23:24; … Continue reading

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