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  • Overcoming The Prayer Block

    Contributed by Bobby Mcdaniel on Sep 18, 2003
    based on 23 ratings

    Overcoming common obstacles to prayer.

    Overcoming the Prayer Block Ref.: Mark 1:35 Luke 5:15 Romans 7:14–25 1 John 1:8–10 Psalms 100:4 Read No Time for Him I. Obstacles There are many, though some are mere excuses that would yield to a strong will. A. Time 1. Life is too busy, but not too busy for less more

  • The Prayer Power Continuum Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jan 22, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    Like a light dimmer, the power is our prayers is connected to the depth of our walk with God. The closer we walk with God, the more potent our prayers.

  • Obstacles To A Life Of Prayer Series

    Contributed by David Flowers on Apr 29, 2005
    based on 58 ratings

    In launching this series on prayer, this message was meant to examine some of the things that keep us from pursuing prayer as a lifestyle. Part 1 in series, "Learning to Pray."

    Learning to Pray Obstacles to a Life of Prayer January 23, 2005 Wildwind Community Church David Flowers Video clip of Ben Stiller saying grace in "Meet the Parents." Do you ever feel like that clip pretty much sums up your prayer life? Now think about the difference between that prayer more

  • Get Prayed Up

    Contributed by Jeremiah Parker on Mar 6, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Christ’s admonition to his disciples continues to warn his modern disciples.

    Get Prayed Up! Intro: We are in a battle. Expect hardships, the necessity of discipline, self-denial and determination. ****Am I a soldier of the Cross?**** Watch and pray, that ye enter not into temptation: the spirit indeed is willing, but the flesh is weak. (Mat 26:41) I. Willing more

  • The Precedence Of Prayer-2

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on May 1, 2012

    2 of 3. Paul exhorted Timothy regarding the place of prayer in the Church. Prayer must take precedence in the Church. When is it obvious that it holds priority? Prayer takes precedence when...

    The PRECEDENCE Of PRAYER-II—1Timothy 2:1-7 Attention: Communication is vital to every aspect of life. Maybe you are mute, or know someone who is mute. Maybe you are deaf, or know someone who is deaf. The challenges you/these people face every day are mountainous because of such physical more

  • "A Messiah Who Prays Part 2: Roadblocks To Prayer" Series

    Contributed by Mark Schaeufele on Jul 14, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    We need to make sure that we are not putting up roadblocks that keep our prayers from being answered.

    A Messiah Who Prays Part 2: Roadblocks to Prayer Text: Matt. 6:14-18 Introduction 1. Illustration: When I was about 18 years old, I have taken my Mom to work, and on the way home I hit a patch of ice and lost control of the car. The car came to a screeching halt after I hit the concrete more

  • Power Through Faith

    Contributed by Bishop Dr. Julius Soyinka on Nov 18, 2014

    When we demonstrate faith in God and in His word, we will experience His power for miraculous deeds.

    POWER THROUGH FAITH Study Text: Mark 11:20-24 And passing on early, they saw the fig-tree dried up from the roots. Mar 11:21 And Peter, remembering, said to Him, Rabbi, behold, the fig tree which You cursed has withered away. Mar 11:22 And answering Jesus said to them, Have faith of God. more

  • Knowing What To Pray For Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Apr 24, 2003
    based on 176 ratings

    Sometimes it’s difficult to know how to pray and what to pray for. Paul challenges us to pray with devotion so that the gospel message will go out clearly as we give out grace to those who do not yet know Christ.

    Knowing What to Pray For Many of us have been on a trip together. As you look around this room it may not seem like it, but we’ve been fellow passengers and on several occasions, I’ve served as your tour guide. Our trips have not always been pleasant, but most have been memorable. In fact, at more