Category: Prayer

5 People We Should Pray For Even Though We Don’t Want To

Let’s be honest. There are certain types of people we are conditioned, by our culture, to not like. These are the people that nobody is going to give us credit for liking, the people we tend to distance ourselves from. For good reason. And yet, these are the sinners Christ most likely would have sought out to save, the people we should, at the very least, pray for. So here is a list of 5 People We Should Pray For Even Though We Don’t Want To: 1) Politicians (and really anyone in a position of power). Have politicians ever...

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Three Keys to a Better Prayer Life

By the kindness of God’s grace, I’ve been a Christian since I was 4 years old. Over the years my family has gone through many difficult situations, such as my parents’ divorce, my mom getting remarried, and my dad developing dementia, among other situations. Like you, I am very familiar with the fact that suffering comes on in full, and seemingly doesn’t relent. Through the trials of life and my walk with God, I’ve been sustained over and over again by the rich streams of godly teaching on prayer, and on the sure footing of a healthy prayer life....

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Prayer Series Recap

Over the month of January we’ve considered the topic of prayer here at Servants of Grace. The purpose of this series has been to help you, our readers to think through what prayer is and how you can improve your prayer life. This series has been designed with one goal to help you our readers improve your prayer life this year. Since we (the writers writing on this topic) know how hard it can be to spend time in prayer ourselves—we wanted to focus a whole month on this topic not only for the benefit of our readers but...

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Prayer that starts with God

Editors note: The purpose of this series is to help our readers think through what prayer is and how they can improve their prayer lives. Brian Hedges looked at John Owen on the work of the Holy Spirit in prayer. Today C. Walter wrote on the Lord’s Prayer. Chris wrote on the practice of private prayer. Chris writes on the practice of corporate prayer. Mike Boling wrote on four keys to a consistent and purposeful prayer life. David Dunham wrote on the importance of prayer in counseling. Matthew Fretwell wrote on three ways to improve your prayer life. Dave...

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Spurgeon on Intercessory Prayer

Editors note: The purpose of this series is to help our readers think through what prayer is and how they can improve their prayer lives. Brian Hedges looked at John Owen on the work of the Holy Spirit in prayer. Today C. Walter wrote on the Lord’s Prayer. Chris wrote on the practice of private prayer. Chris writes on the practice of corporate prayer. Mike Boling wrote on four keys to a consistent and purposeful prayer life. David Dunham wrote on the importance of prayer in counseling. Matthew Fretwell wrote on three ways to improve your prayer life. Dave...

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