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The Possibilities of True Prayer, Part 4 (TPMD Bus 2 - #612)

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TODAY'S POEM: "Abiding in His Care" by Margaret Cagle

Our prayer motivator passage from the Word of God today is II Chronicles 30:25-27.

Our featured prayer motivator quote is from John Maxwell. He said: "This must be a time where we must focus on prayer as the main thrust to accomplish God's will and purpose on earth. The forces against us have never been greater and this is the only way we can release God's power to become victorious." 

My personal encouragement for you today is this: You may ask me, Why do I need to pray more? My friend, isn’t it strange how that when God pours out His blessings upon us, instead of our getting more on fire for the Lord, we get cooler and cooler? And so, therefore, even with God’s blessings, you need to pray more. You need to understand that you don’t have the power to manage your life successfully. You need God’s direction, you need God’s power; you need His leadership in your life. No matter how much Bible you know, no matter how many Bible schools you have attended, you had better open your mouth and pray to God. 

Our prayer motivator devotional today is titled "THE POSSIBILITIES OF TRUE PRAYER" part 4 from the book, "Purpose in Prayer" by E.M. Bounds.

The possibilities of prayer are seen from the diverse conditions it reaches and the diverse ends it secures. Elijah prayed over a dead child, and it came to life; Elisha did the same thing; Christ prayed at Lazarus’s grave, and Lazarus came forth. Peter kneeled down and prayed beside dead Dorcas, and she opened her eyes and sat up, and Peter presented her alive to the distressed company. Paul prayed for Publius, and healed him. Jacob’s praying changed Esau’s murderous hate into the kisses of the tenderest brotherly embrace...