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Most Christians would agree that prayer is important, but also agree that they don't pray as often as they feel they ought. Why should we pray, what might be stopping us?
Our need for God is the most intimate relationship that can exist. As His children, through a relationship with Him through Jesus Christ, we can always be confident in the knowledge that He cares for us and hears our prayers. We can always depend on Him.
Last week we considered the context of this great prayer of repentance. Daniel had been reading Jeremiah and knew the time of Israel’s deliverance from Babylon was approaching. On the basis of God’s promise Daniel dared to pray a bold prayer. Tonight we consider the content. After properly addressing God and acknowledging His greatness, he goes to confession. Because sin is such a huge part of all our lives we need to learn how to confess our sin and pray for repentance. This is vital to our spiritual health and growth. And this is an excellent follow up to our Lenten series and we consider specific sins and how to repent of them.
God's desire is that churches will thrive - flourishing with spiritual fruit so that lives are being transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit. How is this different than a busy church? What makes a church thrive? Where does it begin?
Dios esta buscando gente que interceda en oración por el perdido, haciendo guerra espiritual en contra de satanas y el reino de las tinieblas.
Sometimes unanswered prayers say much less about God and His character than they do about us and our character. One of the challenges of prayer that can be hard to swallow is that our prayers might be blocked or unanswered NOT because God is reluctant, BUT because of attitudes, actions and areas of unforgiveness in my own heart.