Tag Archives: Prayer

Mark 11:20-23

Do you believe that God can do anything–really believe? Not theoretically believe He can with no personal assurance He actually will, but know-it-from-the-bottom-of-your-gut-He-absolutely-will believe? Because that’s the kind of belief Jesus said we should have when we pray, yet it … Continue reading

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Psalm 42:1-2

Do you fellowship with God? “To fellowship” is one of those old religious terms we don’t typically use much outside of church anymore, but it simply means to spend meaningful time with. And while we certainly fellowship with other people … Continue reading

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Matthew 13:44

What does being a Christian involve? Is it merely some kind of initial “spiritual experience” and then not much else, or is there something I have to actually do–is there real work involved? Put another way, is being a Christian … Continue reading

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Philippians 3:10

How much do you pray? Not how many words do you utter, but how much do you actually crave for and actively seek out fellowship with the Father and our Lord Jesus through His Spirit? More to the point, do … Continue reading

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Matthew 6:33

Does God answer your prayers? Does He actually help in your day-to-day interactions and activities, and provide for your needs? “But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you.” (Matthew … Continue reading

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Romans 8:26-27

What do you know about prayer? As Christians, it’s something we are to do, of course, but what is it, exactly? Is it repeating lengthy words from a special book, or something so much more? “And the Holy Spirit helps … Continue reading

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I Thessalonians 5:17

Do you pray? And if so, what do you pray about and how do you do it? Furthermore, what, actually, is prayer? Many people imagine prayer to be something monks in monasteries–those who have no other occupation–engage in, not something … Continue reading

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