Summary: Prayer is communion with God, without it our spirit's ability to "transact" or communicate in the realm of the spirit is bankrupt. The more effective and fervently we prayer, the more we refuel, rekindle and empower our spirit for effective living.
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 pictures a level of prayer that is beyond any believer's normal capacity - this prayer is divinely energized by the direct involvement of the Holy Spirit. The Greek word for "fervent" actually does not appear in the original text. It is an amplifica
Summary: The Bible is our rule of faith and conduct for this life. Those who are wise enough to realize this and follow passionately the principles of success outlined within it will find true meaning, purpose, joy and fulfillment in this life.
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: Over a 20 year period, you have listened to over 1000 sermons! This one will encourage & strengthen you! Identify with James, brother of Jesus who journeyed from unbelief to full faith in God! Learn that it’s okay to doubt! Jesus transforms it into faith!
Summary: Praying for the eight ball to go into the corner pocket, for you to be rich and famous, for the right partner to come along, is not praying God’s will for your life. Do you want to be holy, righteous and pure. Now, that’s praying God’s will.
Summary: This passage not only gives us some indication of how to pray, but it also helps us determine when we are to pray. There are four distinct times that we’re to come before God. We’re to look to Him…1. When we’re suffering. (13a);2. When we have succes
Summary: Elijah did some very extraordinary things. But James’ message is that Elijah was just an ordinary person, & that God can take ordinary people & accomplish extraordinary things. (Powerpoint Available - #214)