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What does the Bible say about the topic of prayer?

Prayer Bible Verses

We all need to know prayer Bible verses. Prayer is the way in which we communicate with God, and he wants to get to know us better. Bible verses about prayer are great if you want to know how to pray.

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  • Don't get discouraged with your prayer life. Here are some tips to energize it.

  • It is critical that we remember that prayer is not a power by which we force God to act according to our will. Rather, by communicating with God, His passions can become our passions.

  • Most of the Christian men and women I talk to would like their prayer life to be more than just random outbursts to God in the midst of desperation.

  • A Conversation Between Prayerful and Prayerless

  • The Bible tells us we should “pray continually” (1 Thessalonians 5:17). Unfortunately, for many of us, a few minutes spent in prayer feels like forever. Why do we struggle so much with prayer when we know how vital it is to our relationship with God?

  • There is nothing more important than prayer to help you grow as a Christian . . .

  • If your life is anything like mine, you are the designated pray-er for family functions. But there is a significant risk when we bow for prayer but don’t actually pray.

  • Prayer is so vital to all that God wants to do on the earth, and it is so essential to us, that He commands us to do it all the time. Here are a few reasons why.

  • "Bread" in this prayer is really symbolic of any need you have. Do you have a need today? God delights to meet your need.

  • A dozen details straight from the scriptures to guide your prayers.

  • I suspect that most Christians are burdened by their lack of prayer and the seeming ineffectiveness of prayer. We read “pray without ceasing” and it becomes “guilt without ceasing.”

  • If you've never prayed, or are out of habit, it can feel like a foreign language. One remedy suggested by Paul is to "pray continually."

  • Daniel chapters 9 and 10 provide an important look at how we should approach prayer. We see that prayer isn’t passive, it’s active. It’s really doing something. Prayer isn’t the least we can do, it’s the most.

  • Prayer is an attitude of the life. It is more an attitude of life than an action of the lips. Remember that Paul said to the Romans, “…the Spirit itself maketh intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered” (Romans 8:26).

  • Ephesians 6:13-18

  • God wants to answer prayers of faith for the impossible. Are we willing to step out into this dimension in our prayer lives?

  • Three elements enter into our appeal to God: Prayer, the outpouring of the soul; supplication, stating our desires; and thanksgiving; we must always come to God, not in a complaining spirit, but with thankfulness for present mercies.

  • Yes, it should never be underestimated that Satan is powerful. But so is prayer. Satan is a murderer, and he wants to kill your witness… he wants to kill your reputation… he wants to kill your contentment. But our powerful God is for us and victory is His because of the shed blood of Jesus and the power of His resurrection.

  • In preparing my first message on spiritual warfare, I ran across this prayer taken from The Valley of Vision: A Collection of Puritan Prayers and Devotions by Arthur Bennett.

  • I am often asked, "If you believe God works all things according to the counsel of his will (Ephesians 1:11) and that his knowledge of all things past, present, and future is infallible, then what is the point of praying that anything happen?"