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"Helping People Develop a Deeper Relationship with Jesus Christ"

Oct 19, 2014



Today's Lesson :

What to Pray

Mike Root

From Mike:

        A huge THANK YOU to all those who gave blood last Sunday.  We have been doing that for a lot of years now, and it’s always exciting to think of the lives that have been changed and even saved because of your willingness to give.  A huge THANK YOU to the Healthcare Ministry people – again – for leading us in this great work.

        This morning we are into our third week of Pray31.  You have probably noticed that the subjects to be prayed for are repeated several times, even though the states change each day.  Remember the importance of persistence in prayer.  If it’s important to us – it’s worth praying for multiple times.  Our country needs our prayers, so let’s lift it up to God and let him know how important it is to us.  This morning we will be looking at our third lesson on prayer which is What To Pray.  We’ve looked at the Dynamic Dozen of How To Pray, but today we will look at the verbs of what to pray for – and we’re going to let Jesus teach us.  We will be looking at a very familiar passage, but – hopefully – looking at it in a different way than most of us ever have.

        While we are using the whole month of October to emphasize prayer, it must be a major part of our walk with God 24/7!  Let’s use this month of emphasis to improve our talking time with God.  Getting close to him begins with communication.  Nothing has the power to change our life more than to develop a close prayer-life with God.

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