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If My People Pray – Part 2

Last week, we looked at what I believe to be the main reason we don’t pray as we should; we don’t know WHY. In this lesson, we are going to go just a little deeper. Even if we know that we should pray, many of us struggle with what seems like the many “unanswered prayers.” And if we don’t think God answers prays, it does not matter if we know “why” we need to pray, we will not. In this lesson, we will look at how God answers prayers, we will look at the idea of praying according to God’s will, and we will finish by talking about those mountains that won’t move.

If My People Pray – Part 1

God tells the people in Second Chronicles 7:14; “If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land.” This was written to a people long ago in a different culture than ours. However, our land is in need of healing and we need forgiveness. The question I ask myself and all who listen is: “Why don’t we pray more?” I propose three reasons in this lesson why we should pray: 1. We have needs. And if we feel we are doing alright, we know many who have needs who we should be praying for; 2. We are blessed. It is easy to forget God when we are blessed, but we must not forget God; 3. The great cloud of witnesses as seen in Hebrews 12. So many Godly men have gone before us and have proved that prayer is a vital part of life. Let us become a praying people; a people who seek God in our trouble, in our good times, without ceasing.

Predestination – Conformed to the Image of Christ

One of the most important elements to the purpose of God in our lives is to conform us to his image. In fact, the whole word of God is constructed around the very nature and ethics of God. As we read Romans 8:28-30, we learn that one of the things that is vital to coming to glory is first allowing God to transform us.

Predestination – The Predetermined Plan of God

Before the foundations of the earth, God foreknew us. Romans 8:28-30 indicate that those who God foreknew, he also did predestine. In this lesson, we are going to talk about “predestination” and also the idea of “election.” We are going to wrap the lesson up by talking about these two topics in the light of “grace.”