Prayer, Our Greatest Weapon (POHFW)

Preparing our Hearts to Worship

 

In an effort to help you prepare for the November 13th, 2016, Sunday morning corporate worship gathering and to aid you in your own reflections on Prayer, I wanted to pose a few questions and provide a few resources to prayerfully consider over the coming days. Our sermon is entitled, “Prayer, Our Greatest Weapon”. The main Scripture for the day is Ephesians 6:18-20. The other passages are either referenced in the message or provide additional insight for reflection.

 

(Pick and choose from the many resources and options, which I have tried to make available for your devotional life.)

 

From the Scriptures

Read and prayerfully reflect upon some or all of these Scriptures. Ask God to shape your life and your church’s life to match the heart of God:

Read or listen to Ephesians 6:18-20, 3:16-19, Luke 21:36, Romans 8:26-27.

(You can read or listen to all of these passages in a variety of translations at Bible.is.)

 

 

From the Creeds and Confessions

 

Heidelberg Catechism Q116-118

Westminster Larger Catechism Q178, 182, 183, 184, 185

Westminster Confession of Faith Chapter XXI.3-4

Belgic Confession Article 26

 

 

From the songs, hymns and spiritual songs of the Church

Let us Pray (Chapman): Lyrics, Video

Before you I kneel (Getty): Lyrics, Video

I asked the Lord that I might grow: Lyrics, Video

Let your Kingdom come: Lyrics, Video

 

For Thoughtful Reflection, Prayer, or further Study

In the spiritual battle, can you think of anything more effective or more powerful than teaming up with God?

What are the things that hinder your prayer life?

Are there steps that you can take to overcome these hindrances?

Read and Reflect on John Piper’s article Prayer, A Warrior’s Weapon

 

The Sermon will be available online on November 13, 2016 at 12:30 pm.

 

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