Contributed on Jul 24, 2001
This is an introductory lesson to a study of the Prayer of Jabez. It focuses on Jabez, his name, and his struggle to overcome the stigma attached to it.
THE PRAYER OF JABEZ What Is In A Name I Chronicles 4:9 INTRODUCTION: Some of you may have heard of Wilma Rudolph. She was a successful Olympic athlete in the 1960’s, but most do not know her story. She was born the 16th of 18 children in a poor black family in middle Tennessee, weighing only 4 ...read more
Contributed on Aug 6, 2001
This is the third installment in a ongoing series based on the Prayer of Jabez
ASK FOR THE BIGGEST I Chronicles 4:10b INTRODUCTION: There is a story told of a wonderful, elderly, Christian lady who had very little money and lived in a rundown house, but despite her situation she was always giving praise to the Lord. Her only problem was with the old man who lived next ...read more
Contributed on Aug 14, 2001
This is the fourth installment in an ongoing series based on I Chronicles 4:9,10.
ASK FOR HIS PRESENCE I Chronicles 4:10c INTRODUCTION: Three ministers were discussing the importance of prayer and the appropriate positions for prayer. As they were talking there was a telephone repairman working on the phone system in the back of the room. One minister said that he felt the ...read more
Contributed on Aug 24, 2001
This is the fifth and final lesson in my series based in I Chronicles 4:10.
ASK FOR PROTECTION I Chronicles 4:10d INTRODUCTION: Paul Harvey told about a 3-year-old boy who went to the grocery store with his mother. Before they entered the grocery store she said to him, "Now you’re not going to get any chocolate chip cookies, so don’t even ask." She put him up in the ...read more