Monthly Archives: April 2013

Prayer Posture

In our daily quiet time, should posture be important? Our quiet time is typically a time of more formal prayer — not in the sense of formal language, but of having a scheduled time and place, a sense of structure … Continue reading

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Pray Like Jabez

Just like many of our friends that we’ve taught over the years, Jabez was a prayer warrior.  You can hear it in how he prays. “Jabez was more honorable than his brothers. His mother had named him Jabez, saying, “I … Continue reading

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Concert of Prayer

Today is new day–a day that our Lord created.  And even though we may not have all of the answers–it’s important that we act in a concert of prayer. A concert of prayer is an orchestrated prayer time. The prayer … Continue reading

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Prayer in the Midst of Tragedy

Today has been a heavy day.  In the midst of a tragedy like the one in Boston, our hearts are heavy. When things like today happen–it’s important that we turn to our faith and pray, both as individuals and together … Continue reading

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Effective Prayer, Pt. 2

Recently we posted about Effective Prayer.  See Pt. 1 here.  Effective prayer is prayer that is offered in the name of Jesus (John 14:12-14), in His authority, according to His nature and character, asking for what He would ask. It … Continue reading

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Effective Prayer, Pt. 1

Sometimes people equate Jesus’ teaching on “vain repetitions” or “babbling” (Matthew 6:7) with reading prayers or praying for the same things every day. But the word Jesus used means using words that are “meaningless” or “mechanically repeated.” A mechanical prayer … Continue reading

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