Tag Archives: Prayer

Daily Medicine

Back in the days when doctors made house calls, a doctor paid a visit to John, an elderly man who had called for him. Since he had treated John many times, the doctor had a good idea going in what … Continue reading

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“Is Anybody Up There?”

Many of us have sometimes felt like the little boy who bowed his head to pray and said, “Hello, is anybody up there?” There are times when God seems so distant. Even worse, there are times when He seems downright … Continue reading

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A Description of Prayer

Christian, have you prayed today? If you have, what motivation did you have for praying? I hope you’re not like the little boy who was asked, “Do you pray every day?” He answered, “No, some days I don’t want anything.” … Continue reading

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The Class of Prayer (part 2)

When it comes to carrying a good attitude into a class (including the class of prayer), nothing will help you more than seeing the value of the class. In my last post, I told you about a French class that … Continue reading

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The Class of Prayer (part 1)

In Luke 11:1, we read: Now it came to pass, as He was praying in a certain place, when He ceased, that one of His disciples said to Him, “Lord, teach us to pray, as John also taught his disciples.” … Continue reading

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What Is Your Opinion Of God?

Somewhere along the way I picked up a two-column chart on the subject of God. The chart presents two very different opinions concerning our Maker. See which side best describes your opinion of God. Opinion 1 ————————————————————————————- Opinion 2 a … Continue reading

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The One Requirement Even the Christian Must Meet for Prayer

This week I’ve been doing some posting on the subject of prayer. So, here’s one last word. Did you know there is a certain requirement that even the Christian must meet to ensure that God will hear his prayer? As … Continue reading

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Does God Hear the Prayers of Lost People? (part 3)

The New Testament stories of Cornelius (Acts 10:1-48) and the tax collector (Luke 18:9-14) shouldn’t surprise us because the fact is, even in the Old Testament we find examples of God responding to the cries of repentant lost people. Israel’s … Continue reading

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Does God Hear the Prayers of Lost People? (part 1)

Acts 10:1-6 tells the story of a man named Cornelius: There was a certain man in Caesarea called Cornelius, a centurion of what was called the Italian Regiment, a devout man and one who feared God with all his household, … Continue reading

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The New Testament, Prayer, & Jesus

The New Testament era officially began with the birth of Jesus. As God in the flesh, He ushered in a new age and revealed God more intimately than any Old Testament Jew could have imagined. The “one” Lord God of … Continue reading

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