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2023-03-20 at 13:05 #397240VIKING BOERModerator
XTRA NOTE FROM VIKING BOER – OUR PRAYER TIME AND HOW WE SPEND IT
We tend to forget what the promises are that God gave us in His Word.
One of the most important aspects of our relationship with Jesus Christ besides studying His Word for me is our prayer time and how we spend it.
What do I say to God and how to say it is very important.
The problem comes when we run out of anything to say to God and therefore one way is just to pray the scripture back to God and remind Him of all His promises to us, or just pray from the Psalms if you want to.
To be able to remind God of His promises is to know what His promises are so you can pray according to His will.
I made a list for myself to help me to remember what some of them are to keep my prayer life going. Whatever you pray, God is listening.
Hard to believe but oh so true because the Holy Spirit is stepping in for us all the time in our weaknesses.
Only the Holy Spirit knows the will of the Father.
Anyway, more about prayer later.
You can rely on the God of the Bible to come through for you.
In scripture, there are many promises, and a relationship with God makes you an heir to all of these promises.
It is free of charge and you only need to believe it.
God always keeps his promises – (Num 23:19, Heb 6:18, Mark 4:35-41 – Mark 5:1)
God never takes back or changes His promises – (Psalm 89:34)
God’s promises never fail – (Joshua 23:14)
God can do the impossible – (Luke 18:27)
God has promised us – eternal life – (I John 2:25)
God has promised us – new hearts and desires – (Ezekiel 36:26)
God has promised us – forgiveness – (I John 1:9)
God has promised us – our sins will be far removed from us – (Psalms 103:12, Micah 7:19)
God has promised us – the Holy Spirit – (Luke 11:13)
God has promised us – the fruit of the Spirit – (Galatians 5:22-23)
God has promised us – deliverance from fear – (Psalm 34:4)
God has promised us – protection for our children – (Isaiah 49:25)
God has promised us – all of our needs will be supplied – (Psalms 37:25, Philippians 4:19)
God has promised us – no good thing will be withheld – (Psalms 84:11)
God has promised us – wisdom if we ask for it – (James 1:5)
God has promised us – peace – (Psalm 29:11, Isaiah 26:3, John 14:27, John 16:33, Philippians 4:6-7)
God has promised us – escape from temptation – (I Corinthians 10:13, James 4:7)
God has promised us – health and healing – (Jeremiah 30:17)
God has promised us – protection from harm and danger – (Psalm 91:10, Psalm 127:1, Proverbs 21:31)
God has promised us – the dead will live again – (Job 19:25-26, Isaiah 26:19, Hosea 13:14, John 5:28-29, John 6:39-40, John 11:25, 1 Cor 15:22, Phil 3:21, 1 Thess 4:14-17, Rev 20:12)
God has promised us – Jesus will come again – (Matthew 24:27, Matthew 24:29-31, 1 Thess 4:16-17, John 14:2-3, Acts 1:11, Heb 11:16, Rev. 22:20)
God has promised us – an end to death, sorrow, and pain – (Isaiah 25:8, Isaiah 60:20, 1 Cor 15:26, Hebrews 2:14-15, Revelation 7:17, Revelation 20:14, Revelation 21:4)
God has promised us – safety – (Deut 33:27, Psalm 4:8, Prov 3:24, Prov 18:10, Rom 8:35-39)
God has promised us – answered prayer – (Isaiah 65:24, Psalm 91:15, Psalm 145:18-19, Proverbs 15:29, Matthew 6:6, Matthew 21:22, Matthew 18:-19-20, Mark 11:24, John 15:17, John 16:23)
Promises to remember when we are afraid – (Gen 28:15; Deut 31:8; Psalm 4:8; Psalm 37:25; Psalm 50:15; 127:1; Isaiah 41:10; Isa 41:17; Matthew 28:20; Luke 21:17-18; Hebrews 13:5; James 4:8)
Promises to remember when we make decisions – (Psalm 32:8; Psalm 37:2; Prov 16:1; Prov 16:9; John 8:12; John 14:26; James 1:5)
Promises to remember when we have done something wrong – (Psalm 32:5; I John 1:9)
Promises to remember when we are having a bad day – (Jeremiah 29:11; Matthew 11:28; John 10:28; John 14:3; James 4:10)
Promises to remember when we need something – (Luke 12:31, John 14:14, 1 John 5:14-15)
Promises to remember when we are tempted to do wrong – (1 Cor 10:13, II Thess 3:3)
He will always be with us – (Matthew 28:19-20)
You can make your own list or add to these if you like.
Keep your prayer life healthy and fresh and give God always all the glory.
Until next time, keep the faith and trust God in and on His Word.
JOHN 1:1 JESUS IS THE WORD
REMEMBER – THERE IS NOBODY ELSE WHO CAN HEAR YOUR PRAYERS
AND PROMIS YOU ETERNAL LIFE BESIDES OUR AWESOME ALMIGHTY
GREAT GOD AND SAVIOR, JESUS CHRIST.
SHALOM – VIKING BOER
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