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Confidence In the Bible – 5 Basic Meanings

Confidence is an essential ingredient for prayer, as well as for Christian living.  In my study of this topic, I found seven different Hebrew and Greek words that could be translated as confidence (Hebrew: mibtach, betach, and batach; Greek: peitho, … Continue reading

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Four Foundation Stones of Confidence in Prayer

There are at least four elements we should consider as a basis for our confidence in prayer.   HIS BLOOD We can be confident when we approach His throne because Christ our High Priest shed His blood for us and … Continue reading

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Why do we need to pray with confidence?

Why do we need to pray with confidence? God knows we are human. Why can’t we just pray the way we want? This is an important question. I suppose we could pray any way we want, but where would it … Continue reading

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Answers To Prayer: Three Reasons Why We Can Be Confident that Prayer Works

Prayer was never meant to be an end in itself—not an exercise to glory in, to impress someone, or even merely for communion and enjoyment of God (though that is part of prayer).  Rather, the main purpose of prayer is … Continue reading

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