Summary: Prayer is a conversation with God in His physical absence. We should ALWAYS TRUST God with our lives. The outcome of our prayer should NOT be based on our expectations and needs but on GOD'S will, immaterial of whether it is what we want.
Summary: James expresses the fact that life is made up of triumph and tragedy, of sorrow and joy. Sickness can trip us up and sin can entangle us. We rarely know what to expect. Life is often very unpredictable. Our trust level in Christ will impact our response t
Summary: If you’ve been a Christian for a while you probably know that prayer is one of the staples of the Christian life. Although we know that, how much time and consideration have we given to really understanding this thing called prayer?
Summary: The passage of James deals with the topic of prayer for the follower of Jesus Christ. Prayer is an essential lifeblood of the church. Great things are wrought through prayer and no great endeavor for the cause of Christ can be completed without prayer.
Summary: James in teaching a lot on the subject of prayer, now brings up the great example of Elijah and some of his prayers and from which Christians are exhorted to pray with the fervency that Elijah prayed.
Summary: God wants you to become a person of prayer, who sees specific events & specific people specifically changed in answer to your specific prayers. Powerful specific praying brings powerful specific results.