Sermons on Prayer
Prayer is not a mere devotional interlude in the real business of living; it is the pathway of faith and obedience. There is no other.
Our prayers should always aim not merely at our own satisfaction, but also at the benefit of others.
If we are unloving and unrepentant then we should not think that God is likely to answer our prayers.
There are ways live that hinder prayers and there is a way to live that helps prayer.
Don't neglect the amazing influence you have in the world through prayer.
May the Lord forbid that we would lose heart and fail in the very thing needful: mighty prevailing prayer.
The Lord's Prayer is an invitation not only to pray but to pray together with other believers.
Before God enables his people to bring in a harvest, he pours out a Spirit of prayer upon them. The surest sign that God is about to send power upon us is a great movement of prayer in our midst.
Prayer is that wonderful transaction where the wealth of God's glory is magnified and the wants of our soul are satisfied.
Take the supernatural seriously and realize that we are in warfare.
Beware of a church that runs on the momentum of tradition rather than the power of prayer.