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Will You Be Found Praying?

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Will You Be Found Praying?

Praying Through the Bible #92

TEXT: Daniel 6:1-11

You and I are very familiar with the story of Daniel in the lions' den. Daniel was taken from his homeland as a captive to the land of Babylon. He was trained by Babylonian teachers, and early on, he exhibited a desire to trust God, obey God, and be faithful to God even in a foreign land. Because of his dedication to God, he is one of the most well-known heroes of the Old Testament. Daniel was also a dedicated prayer warrior. 
  
John Piper said Daniel lived "a life of daring, defiant, disciplined prayer. Daniel was more immersed in secular life than most of us and he lived by prayer. What God thought and what God did mattered most. So Daniel lived by consulting God and by asking God to act." 
 
Today, we are going to look at an example of Daniel's prayer-filled lifestyle -- a time in his life when he was "found praying." Based on this passage, I want to ask you three questions that will challenge you to be faithful in prayer just as Daniel was. 

1. Will you be found praying in times of abundant blessings?

2. Will you be found praying in times of adversity?

3. Will you be found praying when it seems like you are abandoned and alone? 

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