John Piper talks about how helpful Scripture can be when we wish to communicate with God.
John Piper gives two reasons why he always prays in Jesus' name.
John Piper says that Christian prayer is different because of its view of God.
John Piper says that confidence in prayer doesn't come from seeing it answered.
John Piper says that we should follow the New Testament's pattern for prayer.
John Piper offers a few ideas on how to mature and endure in prayer.
John Piper thinks that it is both right and inevitable to pray to all members of the Trinity.
John Piper says that public prayers should be sensitive to the moment.
John Piper says God sometimes gets more glory when more people pray.
John Piper says there may be a place for imprecatory prayer, but the clear call is to love our enemies.
John Piper says Scripture commends thoughtful and reflective prayer.
“Our prayers are part of the causality of the final victory of God.”
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?