Prayer Series Recap

Posted On February 2, 2015

Praying Hands bibleOver 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 to press in this particular area of our lives as well. As we conclude this series with this recap, I want to encourage you if you missed any of these posts to check them out, or revisit them if you haven’t.

I hope this series has encouraged you, exalted in Jesus, has helped you grow in discipline of prayer, and the grace of God.

Here are the articles in order:

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