Praying In The Spirit (8 of 15) by Rick Ferguson
This content is part of a series.PRAYING IN THE SPIRIT (8 of 15)
GROWING CLOSER AND GOING DEEPER WITH GOD
Dr. Rick E. Ferguson
EPHESIANS 6:18, JUDE 20
Series Verse: BUT GROW IN THE GRACE AND KNOWLEDGE OF
OUR LORD AND SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST (2 PETER 3:18).
Question: On a scale of 1 10, how would you grade your
prayer life today?
Are you consistent and regular in praying?
Do you have a daily time alone with God?
Or are you haphazard in your praying, and find
yourself drifting into prayerlessness unless a problem
or crisis arises?
Are you growing in your prayer life?
Or do you feel like you have stagnated in your
knowledge and practice of prayer?
When you pray, do you find that your mind tends to
Is praying boring to you or is it exciting?
Is praying an obligation to you, or do you see it as
an opportunity for fellowship with God?
Hey, how many of your prayers are getting answered
according to the way you prayed?
When was the last time you really felt the presence of
God when you were praying, and you were so consumed by
His glory you cried and praised Him, and did not want
the prayer to end?
How often do you say, "I'm going to pray for 15, 20,
30 minutes" but you're watching the clock the whole
time as the minutes creep by?
How often do you find yourself running out of things
to say as you pray?
What if I could give you a principle and plan for
praying that would absolutely revolutionize your
prayer life... would you be interested?
What if I could show you how to pray and never run out
of things to say?
What if I could show you how to add life and
excitement to your praying?
What if I could show you how to keep your mind from
wandering as you pray?
What if I could show you how to pray so that every
prayer you pray gets answered exactly as you prayed?
Would you be interested?
The key to all that I promised is to learn how to
"PRAY IN THE SPIRIT." And today, I want to teach you
some of what God h ...
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