by Ernest Easley

The Prayer Life of Jesus: The Disciples Delight
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
John 17:6-19
August 1, 1999

I am thrilled to announce this morning that beginning Sunday .. August 15th ... we are beginning a church-wide prayer meeting that I believe will lead us to become a prayer-driven church!

Our first prayer meeting will be held right here starting at 5:30 p.m. We'll finish around 6:15 p.m. for a brief brake prior to the evening worship service.

Together ... we'll enjoy praying for one another. We'll enjoy praying for present needs in one another's life. We'll be praying for our neighbors and family that are without a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. There will be a time of Adoration ... Confession ... Thanksgiving ... and Supplication.

I am convinced that through these prayer meetings that we will see the hand of God at work! We'll see miracles take place. We'll see our ministries energized by the Spirit of God. And First Baptist Church will cease living beneath her potential as we become a prayer-driven church!

This prayer meeting is for every deacon .. every Sunday School worker ... every choir member .. every staff member ... every body and anybody with a need in their life or a burden on their heart. And I'm anticipating seeing you here beginning Sunday .. August 15th at 5:30 p.m. sharp.

With that in mind ... take your Bible and join me in the 17th chapter of John. We're picking up where we left of last Sunday morning as we listen in on the greatest prayer that has ever been prayed.

It's from this 17th chapter of John that we learn some things about the Lord Jesus Christ. In fact ... it's from this chapter that we learn about the priority of Jesus.

Jesus not only came into this world to talk to people about God ... He also talked to God the Father about people. Prayer was the priority of Jesus. Everything He did hinged on prayer. Prayer provided Him direction and power. And the priority of Jesus must beco ...

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