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The Possibilities of True Prayer, Part 3 (TPMD Bus 2 - #611)

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TODAY'S POEM: "Behold Us, Lord, a Little Space" by John Ellerton

Our prayer motivator passage from the Word of God today is II Chronicles 7:12-15.

Our featured prayer motivator quote is from C. H. Spurgeon. He said: "We must remember that the goal of prayer is the ear of God. Unless that is gained the prayer has utterly failed. The utterings of it may have kindled devotional feeling in our minds, the hearing of it may have comforted and strengthened the hearts of those with whom we have prayed, but if the prayer has not gained the heart of God, it has failed in its essential purpose." 

My personal encouragement for you today is this: The only discipline of the Christian faith that we are told to do “without ceasing” in I Thessalonians 5:17. Our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, esteemed this matter of prayer very highly. Allow me to remind you that on one occasion Jesus got up a great while before day and prayed. Mark 1:35 states, “And in the morning, rising up a great while before day, he went out, and departed into a solitary place, and there prayed.” If Jesus Christ had to pray so earnestly, there is no doubt that we, His followers, ought to pray as well. 

Our prayer motivator devotional today is titled "THE POSSIBILITIES OF TRUE PRAYER" part 3 from the book, "Purpose in Prayer" by E.M. Bounds.

The possibilities of prayer are found in its allying itself with the purposes of God, for God’s purposes and man’s praying are the combination of all potent and omnipotent forces. More than this, the possibilities of prayer are seen in the fact that it changes the purposes of God. It is in the very nature of prayer to plead and give directions. Prayer is not a negation. It is a positive force. It never rebels against the will of God, never comes into conflict with that will, but that it does seek to change God’s purpose is evident...

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