Prayer review ★★★★★

February 17, 2019

Prayer review ★★★★★ by MysteriousShopper – Feb 15, 2019 Love this and continue to use after a number of years – hurry up with the Android version please! Prayer Prompter in the App Store:

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Outstanding. ★★★★★

February 6, 2019

Outstanding. ★★★★★ by Mrs. Seeberg – Feb 5, 2019 Please check out this app and give it a try. It is much easier to navigate than I thought at first glance. It is actually exceptionally user-friendly because of the hundreds of lovely passages of scripture organized by topic, to inspire meditation and prayer. Encourages every […]

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Should We Qualify Our Prayers with “If It Be Your Will”?

July 21, 2018

FROM R.C. Sproul Jul 02, 2018 – Ligonier Ministries Blog To my great distress, I sometimes hear people say, in their zeal for fervency and efficacy in prayer, that we should never qualify our prayer requests with the words “if it be Your will.” Some will even say that to attach those words, those conditional terms, to our […]

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A Simple Acrostic for Prayer: A.C.T.S.

June 26, 2018

FROM R.C. Sproul Jun 25, 2018 – Ligonier Ministries Blog Christians often use a simple acrostic as a guide to prayer: A.C.T.S. Each of the letters in this acrostic stands for one of the key elements of prayer: (A) Adoration (C) Confession (T) Thanksgiving (S) Supplication But not only does this acrostic remind us of […]

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The Power of Daily Meditation by Paul Tautges

April 2, 2018

Spiritual growth is directly dependent upon our daily interaction with Scripture. Scripture itself argues for the discipline of mediating on the Word, and heralds its benefits. The blessed man is the one who rejects the counsel of the world because his habit of delighting in the law of the Lord causes him to meditate on […]

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Hate Evil, Love Good

December 31, 2017

Have you noticed that the theme of good and evil appears frequently throughout the Bible? Here are a few examples of passages drawn from the Old and the New Testament that speak directly to the issue of loving what is good and hating what is evil. Woe to those who call evil good, and good […]

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