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For the past several posts, I’ve been explaining what all is involved with praying “in Jesus’ name” (John 14:12-14). Thus far we’ve covered the following ground: 1. Praying in Jesus’ name can only be done by a Christian. 2. To … Continue reading →
Perhaps the simplest thing I can say about what it means to pray “in Jesus’ name” is this: Praying in Jesus’ name means praying the kind of prayer that Jesus would pray. As we study the four gospels, it isn’t … Continue reading →
With this post I want to deal with yet another aspect of what it means to pray in Jesus’ name. The new aspect goes like this: To pray in Jesus’ name is to pray with an understanding of the limitless … Continue reading →
“And we ask these things in Jesus’ name.” As a pastor, I’ve said those words at the close of prayers in church services countless times. Even more than that, I’ve said them at the close of scores of personal prayers … Continue reading →
In my last post I explained that Christians are the only people who can rightfully close their prayers with the words “in Jesus’ name.” Now with this post I want to offer a second fact about praying in Jesus’ name. … Continue reading →
If you’ve spent much time in church, you’ve no doubt heard someone end a prayer by saying, “And Lord we ask these things in Jesus’ name. Amen.” But have you ever wondered what all is involved with praying “in Jesus’ … Continue reading →