Prayer has always been the precursor to revival.
If we commit ourselves to prayer, there is no limit to what we can see God do.
Genesis 32:26 gives us Jacob’s instructive prayer to God: “I will not let you go unless you bless me.” This is the kind of fervency and persistence that needs to characterize our prayers. Jacob was saying, “You can’t make it rough enough for me to stop. I am holding on until You fulfill Your promises.”
This is what Jesus was teaching about prayer when He encouraged His followers, “Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you” (Luke 11:9). Knocking—by definition—is persistent repetition.
This study discusses the importance of persistence and fervency in prayer.
(See download above.)
Ever wonder why you should gather to pray with others? See what the Bible has to say.
"My prayers were full of my worries, my problems, my needs and desires. I was so obsessed with myself I could barely enjoy God and pray for others. It was convicting to say the least."
Extremely practical how’s and why’s for living out our faith in community.
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