This web-post introduces you to one of the Bible’s greats, the person known as Nehemiah. It’s in how he prayed that illustrates how to pray a successful 30-thousand-foot prayer.
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Introduction to the 30 Thousand Foot Prayer
In this web-post, we take a look at the life cycle of the 30-thousand-foot prayer request. After reading this you’ll soon understand why prayer doesn’t work as often as desired and why.
This message is setting the ground-work for understanding the concept of what I call the 30-thousand-foot prayer and why it seems so difficult to get big prayer requests answered.
In this episode, we dispel the normal idea that God couldn’t possibly hear me when I pray because He never answers. We replace this notion by taking the problem off of God and putting it back on me. If my prayer isn’t answered the problem isn’t God, it’s me.
Sometimes the best way to define something is by describing what it isn’t. It’s a good practice to state what the thing is not to understand what it is. That’s prayer, we know what it isn’t and yet describe the practice in those terms.
While I don’t want to just come out and say that you must qualify to have your prayers answered, there just might be something to this thinking. What do people who’ve had God’s ear all have in common? I bet what they have in common isn’t so common. Check it out.
In this web-post, we examine the thought of how there must be more to this thing called prayer. In doing so we discovered that the Lord’s prayer isn’t a prayer at all, but the beginner’s guide to praying. Check it out.
In this installment, we share six common answers to what prayer is? I hope you can’t identify with any of these because that means you get “common” prayer results.
If you didn’t learn how to pray from your church or from Jesus, then where’d you learn it? Did you think prayer was this automatic self-learned or anything goes activity that we just pick-up at birth? I’m sure you’re brighter than that and would love to give this some more thought. Here you go…