Prayer

God's house is meant to be a house of prayer, and prayer is our primary means of communication with our Heavenly Father.
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Groaning in the Spirit

Years ago, if you participated in Pentecostal prayer meetings, you would have often encountered people crying out to God not only in languages understood and in unknown tongues, but without...
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Personal Prayer

This is a four-session series on prayer. Two of the sessions are Kelvin Page’s sermons to his Westmore Church of God congregation and two are conversations between Craig Dumont and...
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Prayer Changes Things

One striking difference between our Christian forebears and us is their repeated emphasis on prayer and our comparative de-emphasis of it. They prayed frequently and fervently. We pray infrequently and...
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Praying the Breath of Life

Have you ever had the wind knocked out of you with some unexpected news? Do you find yourself running, trying to catch up, and feeling like life is coming so...
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Praying the War Psalms as Spiritual Warfare

Although the Psalms are much beloved by readers of the Bible, some hostile language in individual psalms may be disconcerting. Are these seemingly vindictive prayers acceptable in the mouths of...
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Teaching Prayer

This four-session presentation comes from the longer series: Matthew: Through the Gospel, A conversation on the first Gospel. It covers teaching on the Lord’s Prayer....
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