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The Greatest of All Forces, Part 5 (TPMD Bus 2 - #577)

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TODAY'S POEM: "Jesus, Kneel Beside Me" by Allen E. Cross

Our prayer motivator passage from the Word of God today is II Samuel 7:18-24.

My personal encouragement for you today is this: Prayer is like any other important discipline in the Christian life. If you don’t do it, you won’t reap the benefits and blessings that God wants you to have. If you want to reap the benefits and blessings of prayer, then you need to Just Pray! 

Our prayer motivator devotional today is titled "THE GREATEST OF ALL FORCES" part 5 from E.M. Bounds.

Only glimpses of this great importance of prayer could the apostles get before Pentecost. But the Spirit coming and filling on Pentecost elevated prayer to its vital and all-commanding position in the Gospel of Christ. The call now of prayer to every saint is the Spirit’s loudest and most exigent call. Sainthood’s piety is made, refined, perfected, by prayer. The Gospel moves with slow and timid pace when the saints are not at their prayers early and late and long.

Where are the Christlike leaders who can teach the modern saints how to pray and put them at it? Do our leaders know we are raising up a prayerless set of saints? Where are the apostolic leaders who can put God’s people to praying? Let them come to the front and do the work, and it will be the greatest work that can be done. An increase of educational facilities and a great increase of money force will be the direst curse to religion if they are not sanctified by more and better praying than we are doing.

+ Plus, listen to the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir singing "I Can Go to God in Prayer"

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