PRAYER

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What is Prayer?

Why should we pray?

Is prayer really necessary?

How must we pray?

How to pray?

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PRAYER REQUEST

 Stan & Linda Harris

 Melvin C. Chatman

 Johnny Foster

 Woodrow & Sheila Thomas

 Lillie Allen

 Ruthie Johnson

 Rev. Danny Davis - Jordan Grove MBC

 Sheryl Ashford

 Deacon Abner Anderson

 Rev. Jacari P. Davis - Bella Vista

 Rev. Daymond Wilkins - Pilgrim Rest

 Kee Kee Williams

 Betty Riley

 Rosa Campbell

 Forestal Lawton 

 Jessie Johnson

 Charles Haywood

 Ken Johnson

 Wallace Johnson

 Rev. Tavarus Armstrong

Helene Eugene Patterson

John and Heidi Hosey

Dr. Barbara Wright

Christine Davis

Prayer is our way of communicating with God. Prayer helps us to grow spiritually. As we embark on our prayer journey we begin to build an intimate relationship with God. Through prayer we appeal to God for his mercy, forgiveness, grace, and love.

God’s Word commands us to pray (Luke 18:1, 10,2). Jesus also prayed (Matthew 4:1-2). 

Prayer is critical and necessary for Christians. As we spend time with God in prayer, He will give us the answers to our questions, solutions to our problems, guidance when in a dark or lost place in life, peace in the midst of a storm, understanding when we are confused, courage when we are dismayed, and faith when we’re in doubt. When we pray according to God’s will, which is His Word, we can be assured that our prayers will be answered. 

One of the most important elements of effective prayer is praying to the Father in JESUS’ name (John 14:13-14). We must also pray by faith, continually, with a pure heart, thanksgiving, and assurance that our prayers will be answered (Mark 11:24-25, 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 & Philippians 4:4-7).  There is no right or wrong way to pray.  Prayer styles vary, and yours is uniquely designed for you.

Although prayer cannot be reduced to a certain formula, there are basic elements that we should always include in our communication with God: Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving, and Supplication (ACTS).

Adoration

To adore God is to worship, praise, honor, & exalt Him with our mouth, in our hearts, and with our mind.

Confession

We must confess our sins and turn away from our worldly ways.

Thanksgiving

We should have an attitude of thanksgiving, for who God is & for the benefits and privileges we can enjoy because we belong to Him. We must also thank Him for the problems and adversities that He brings us through.

Supplication

Making a personal request to God for our own needs and on the behalf of others.



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Houston Citywide Prayer Line:

Every Saturday Morning - 5:40 A.M.

Call in number: 267-807-9600

 ID#: 716352270#

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Let’s Pray
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Thanks for submitting!