In order to make prayer enjoyable, you have to make it. This lesson is structured to give you ideas on how to build out your prayer time.
In the exercise of prayer you can have a number of workouts with the goal of targeting a specific spiritual outcome, for lack of a better term. Having plans for prayer is essential to having success in it. Without a plan, one plans to fail, even when it comes to prayer.
In this writing, we seek to get others to see that just like there are levels to all sports, there are levels to our skills when it comes to prayer.
When someone teaches us a subject at our own request what does that say about the subject being taught? What if you had experience in something you thought you were good at until you saw or heard someone do it better? What would you do? This is what it was like for Jesus’ disciples when they asked Him to teach them how to pray.
This series is meant to open your eyes to the next level concept of prayer that Jesus taught and how we can use it today. Welcome to our series called “What Manner of Prayer is This?”
What if there were certain indicators to remind us to pray? In order to build a new habit, the habit of prayer, we need triggers to prompt this new behavior.
I can’t imagine how the environments for prayer evolved from attractive to unattractive. The question is, are we still perpetuating this feeling?
This message focuses on the designated areas of prayer we find at home. Places we pray at home include: a place for quiet time, prayer closet, the shower, dinner table, bedside, and in bed. Find out here, why these places create a prayer dilemma.
Places Designated for Prayer – Part 1 The Environment for Prayer – Part 2 In our previous installment we introduced you to the concept of “The Environment of Prayer,” which has two main breakouts so to speak: 1) places designated for prayer and 2) the environments conducive for prayer. We …
We’re beginning a new topic addressing the places for praying. When you pray, what does the environment look like? In this next chapter, we’re covering the various places we find prayer.