All Resources on Prayer
There is no more familiar prayer in the Bible than the Lord’s Prayer. In the last lab of his three-part series, John Piper highlights two major new insights he’s seen over the years in the structure and relationships within this paradigm-creating prayer of Jesus.
Jesus’s prayer for you is clear: Today, you need God to provide for you, forgive you, and deliver you. Every single day, you need God to move in these three ways. In this lab, John Piper unfolds these simple, but critical prayers.
In five short verses in Matthew, Jesus taught us to pray. There are prayer-life-changing glories to be seen in these most familiar words *if* we slow down enough to see them. In this lab, John Piper begins a three-part series on the Lord’s Prayer.
In episode 496, Pastor John shares how he prepares his heart for prayer.
In episode 477, Pastor John prays for those stuck in sin.
In episode 463, guest Tim Keller talks about prayers that won't work.
In episode 462, guest Tim Keller discusses praying to the Father.
In episode 461, guest Tim Keller talks about lamenting during prayer.
In episode 460, guest Tim Keller discusses the importance of solitude with God.
In episode 459, guest Tim Keller discusses how to pray the Psalms.
In episode 451, we share an excerpt from a sermon Pastor John preached in 2007 where he shares a prayer to hold your life together.
In episode 446, we share an excerpt from a sermon Pastor John preached in 2007 encouraging Christians to pray.
In episode 413, Pastor John gives counsel on how to pray.
In episode 381, historian Michael Reeves discusses the history behind why Catholics pray to Mary.
In Episode 126, Pastor John talks about impromptu prayers versus memorized prayers.
In Episode 124, Pastor John talks about why Christians pray before meals.
If the Lord hears our prayers, why is it necessary to pray for the same things over and over and over again? Why not once? Why do we pray repetitively for the same things?
“Our prayers are part of the causality of the final victory of God.”
Paul Miller discusses the importance of prayer in the life of the pastor. He explains that we pray not out of discipline, but out of desperation.
The Lord's Prayer teaches us to go to God for every need, especially our need to hallow him above all things.