All Resources on Prayer
John Piper says that Christian prayer is different because of its view of God.
If your desires are weak, here are thirty four desire starters.
John Piper gives two reasons why he always prays in Jesus' name.
Screwtape scolds Wormword for not doing more to undermine prayer at Bethlehem.
The measure of our present experience with Christ is the intensity of our longing for its increase.
Praying is worm-work. You can’t see worms doing their work. But without them you couldn’t plow the field.
Pray for total healing and total salvation. But also pray for smaller steps to be made on the way.
When God aims to do a great work, he starts by planting a spark of desire in a few hearts. Then he fans it into flame through prayer.
Have you ever thought of your prayers as the aroma of heaven?
The most significant reason to pray is to ask God to glorify himself.
John Piper talks about how helpful Scripture can be when we wish to communicate with God.
God's lavish invitations to ask him for good things, with the promise that he will give them, is unimaginably wonderful.
Daniel was immersed in secular life but he still lived by prayer—daring, defiant, disciplined prayer.
Blessing God is an "exclamation of gratitude and admiration."
If God ordains all things and his knowledge of all things is infallible, then what is the point of praying that anything happen?