How To Pray

How To Pray — Manners and Attitudes — Matt. 6 Christ taught them “[how] to pray.” He taught the proper attitudes with which to come to God, the Father in prayer. This passage contains many examples of the Imperative of Entreaty, the function of which is to bring more attention to the agreement of the …

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To Pray “Thy Kingdom Come” | Jesus Creed

So strong is the link between Christ and the Kingdom in the early Christian imagination that it becomes possible, even necessary,  to construe the eschatological advent of the Kingdom of God exclusively in terms of Christ’s own apocalyptic parousia. … The decisive meaning of the petition  ‘Thy Kingdom Come” is to be found in its …

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Peeling Back the Curtain: A Self-Examination & Personal Request for Prayer

[Update, February, 2018: in the wake of #Exvangelical movement, my cynicism toward the fundamentalist evangelical world (as described below) was more than well placed and justified. Believing my feelings and responses were solitary led me to see them as cynical (troll-like). Nothing could have been farther from the truth.] …………………………….. Pay no attention to the …

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Sanhedrin Calls For Trump to Fulfill King Solomon’s Mandate by Praying on Temple Mount – Prophecy in the News

“The nascent Sanhedrin sent a letter on Monday to US President Donald Trump, calling on him to ascend to the Temple Mount and pray for world peace when he arrives in Jerusalem next week for his first state visit.” READ MORE https://prophecyinthenews.com/world_news/sanhedrin-calls-for-trump-to-fulfill-king-solomons-mandate-by-praying-on-temple-mount/

Top Books on Prayer via OnSite International

[the following article is directly copied from Onsite International, author Rob Griepentrog] Top Books on Prayer Sun, 05/18/2014 – 8:24pm — Rob There are volumes of books and reading material on all subjects and matters; good and bad.  Sir Francis Bacon once wrote, “some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to …

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What “Pray without Ceasing” Really Means

The 2 biblical contexts for “pray without ceasing” The first context is 1 Thessalonians 5:17 — Spiritual Formation The apostle Paul says, “pray without ceasing,” (1 Thessalonians 5:17). But does he mean that we must pray [literally] all the time? Not at all…. What Paul meant by “praying without ceasing” is to encourage the Thessalonians …

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“REMEMBER” | The Bible’s Most Powerful Prayer

Trace, today, the run of a mighty thread through the Biblical tapestry. It is a small but sure thread and one often overlooked. It is merely one word. Yet, it is a strong cord, a golden line meant by our God to pull confidence into your prayers.  Notice “Remember.” We find “remember” first used in …

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“Already, But Not Yet” Spiritual Warfare

A Christian has no authority whatsoever to speak against (audibly or inaudibly), rebuke or command angels, fallen or holy. Yes, it is true that we have been seated with Jesus Christ in the heavenly (eternal) realm, far above all principalities, powers, etc (Eph. 2:6). However, we Christians will not rule over angels (fallen or holy) until …

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