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Faith of Abiding

  Faith is that element in abiding that I think is most dominant. Also, it is that element that ties all the other parts of abiding together, for we cannot meditate on the Word, bear fruit, obey God’s commandments, or … Continue reading

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Fasting: A Great Prayer Aid with Continual Rewards

  Those who are serious about prayer and about doing the will of God will use this great prayer aid. It is the best way I know of to detach yourself from earthly, sinful things and to keep your physical … Continue reading

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3 Aspects of Prayer that Will Be Different in Heaven

    We Will Not Need To Confess Sins Or Ask For Forgiveness    I suppose the greatest difference in our prayers will be the absence of confession of sins, and the absence of praying for deliverance and forgiveness. None … Continue reading

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4 Ways to Begin Praying With Earnestness

  If you really want to pray with earnestness here are four ways to start. 1. Pray for it. Ask God to show you His heart and ask Him to give you the same desires and burdens that He has. … Continue reading

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How to Pray with Earnestness — 3 Steps

God has given us prayer, a vehicle to call upon Him, because He knows that we will always have needs. We have little needs, average size needs, and sometimes huge needs.  Sometimes our needs can wait, but sometimes our needs … Continue reading

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What is Importune Prayer? 6 Answers

  True prayer is prayer with importunity.  The word “importunity” is a King James word used in Luke 11:8.  It is translated now in most other versions as “persistence,” however I think importunity is really a fuller and better word.  Well, here in five points, is … Continue reading

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Jesus’ Last Prayers were Simple, Direct and Earnest

 Just after Jesus’ prayer, in John 17, He and His disciples went out to the Mount of Olives. And when they came to a place named Gethsemane (The Garden of Gethsemane), He told His disciples to sit and wait for … Continue reading

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