What does the Bible say about prayer? How are we encouraged to pray? Is there a way to pray that gets God's attention? Is so, what is it? You don't want to miss this study!
— Luke 18:9-14
What kind of attitude did the Pharisee approach God with in prayer? What kind of attitude did the Tax Collector approach God with? What was God’s response to both of them? What characteristic seems to be important when wanting our prayers to be heard?
— 1 Timothy 2:1-8
Who are we supposed to pray for? What is important in verse 5? Why would that statement make someone in the “Old Covenant” uncomfortable? What is important about verse 8?
— Matthew 6:5-13
When Jesus say not to be like the hypocrites that pray in public, does he mean that praying in public is bad? What is his point? Should we only ever pray in a closet or private room? What does he mean by not repeating phrases/meaningless repetition? What could be the danger in that?
— Matthew 18:19-20
Can God hear our prayers on our own? Why might He draw attention to coming together in prayer? What significance might this possess?
— John 14:12-15
— John 15:7-11
What does remain or “abide” mean? How does Jesus say we “remain” or abide in Him? Both of these passages announce a crazy promise. What is this promise?
— Luke 11:9-13
What point is Jesus trying to make here? What kind of confidence should we have in God that He will meet our needs and even wants to bless us?
— Psalm 37:4
Delight yourself in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart.
What does it mean to “delight yourself in the Lord”?
*Joyce Meyer Clip*