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.
In my last two articles in this mini-series, I covered the definition of prayer, its significance, and a historical/biblical example of the prophet Jeremiah on the power of prayer. This article will cover two key points: who can pray and what should be included in prayer. Stay tuned for the very last article that will cover how to pray and the discussion of the spiritual gift of speaking in tongues that have been misconstrued by society for centuries. To see my last two articles in this mini-series of prayer, check them out below.
As time goes on, devotional time is much needed. Alone time with God is as much a part of growing in Christlikeness as not forsaking the assembly. There has been a massive loss of hope in today's world. With this devotional, the focus will be on Jeremiah 33:3. I have received numerous requests to discuss prayer and this will serve as an introduction almost.
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