We have finally arrived at the last segment in the study of prayer. The previous articles (Prayer Defined and Prayer's Foundation) touched on what prayer is, who can pray, why we are to pray, and what should be included in prayer. This article will elaborate on the hindrances to prayer, how one should pray, and on the popular subject of the authenticity of speaking in tongues and whether or not it is biblical in this modern age.
As a continuation of the first article "Restoration Promised" regarding prayer, this post will build more on the foundation laid. Prayer has been used for centuries, originating with Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden to give recognition to God. However, it has also been used in pagan worship to idols such as Baal and most demons today that masquerade as different culture's gods (i.e. Baal and Molech mentioned in the Old Testament, the Egyptian idols). This post will focus on the definition of prayer and why it is important
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