In today’s episode, we’re going to talk about the power of persistent prayer. Growing up in the Church of Christ, I always heard the preacher talk about this concept of praying without ceasing. How can anyone pray without ceasing? What does that even mean? I will share how it applies to you breaking through to a new level of freedom, purpose, and success.
What You’ll Hear In This Episode
- “Prayer is surrender–surrender to the will of God and cooperation with that will. If I throw out a boathook from the boat and catch hold of the shore and pull, do I pull the shore to me, or do I pull myself to the shore? Prayer is not pulling God to my will, but the aligning of my will to the will of God.” – E. Stanley Jones
- What is the will of God for us?
- What is the only way to do the will of God?
- What opportunities will open for us when we do the will of God?
- The 3 things that will help you align your will with the will of God
- What is the principle of the paradox on the concept of God’s will in your life?
- How is one’s relationship with God is like learning Math
- What is the first thing you must understand in praying without ceasing?
- “Pray as if everything depends on God, then work as if everything depends upon you.” -Martin Luther
- What happens when you desire things from your egos instead of the will of God?
- The power of persistent prayer comes down to 3 things:
- Pray always
- Never give up
- Always keep the faith
- What will happen when you learn how to pray without ceasing?
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