All Resources on Prayer
Why pray? Because God aims to make us co-victors with him.
The danger of prayer is that you may become the answer to your own request.
John Piper says that we should follow the New Testament's pattern for prayer.
A conversation between "Prayerful" and "Prayerless" on why we ask God to do what he already intends to do.
God can put his people through the fires of suffering to awaken their appetite for prayer.
John Piper says that confidence in prayer doesn't come from seeing it answered.
Prayer is the slender nerve that moves the muscle of Omnipotence.
No church can remain fruitless if it soaks the seed of the Word in fervent, hungry prayer week after week.
Three suggestions for how to persevere and profit in prayer.
The rising tide of prayer precedes the flood of God’s Spirit.
The inspiration, preservation and preparation of people for missionary service requires a great movement of prayer.
Observations and advice to help you pray biblical prayers.
If meal time prayers are almost always the same, why not craft some which really say something significant?
Consistent Christians never want to exclude Jesus from anything they do.
Where people do not pray, churches either die or become human management “successes”. Three suggestions for staying inspired.
How can you experience more of the fullness of God? Consider taking a personal prayer retreat.
Why doesn't God, instead of saving us out of trouble, just keep it away entirely?
Don’t let turning points pass with no special devotion to the Lord. Set apart some time for special fasting and prayer.
Nine reasons from the Bible for believing that God wills to do great things with the gospel through prayer.
Action is crucial, but it must come from faith, ride on faith, and aim at faith.