Sermons on Prayer
Worry is the biggest cause of a lack of peace. Prayer is the way to get free of worry and have peace, but not just any peace, God’s peace.
God is willing to use his incredible power on our behalf. He is waiting to be asked and how we ask is important. Listen to find keys to asking the the right way.
There are many reasons to pray. One of the best reasons is to know God and center on lives on him. The best way to do that is to stop, drop, and pray.
Life is messy. We should take our problems to Jesus first in prayer. He is not only capable of helping us, but desires to help us.
The power of God comes into our life when we pray.
Prayer helps us to grow closer to God. Through prayer, we are in audience with God. Our life gets aligned with reality and God changes us. We have access to God anytime through prayer. Spontaneous prayer is good, but planned prayer is better.
When we pray, we focus on God, who He is, and what His agenda is; this makes him Lord. When we pray, we express our need for the Lord for forgiveness, daily bread, and direction.
The early church exhibited a vibrant prayer life and dependence on the Holy Spirit. The church spread by forming disciples through the Roman world very rapidly.
The Word of God brings revival and reformation to the covenant community. God’s purposes are accomplished through the hard work of prayer, faithful labor, and courage.