Today I want to address that which is both a highly neglected Christian responsibility and a highly underappreciated Christian privilege. The exhortation from Scripture goes as follows:
“Remember the prisoners, as though in prison with them, and those who are ill-treated, since you yourselves also are in the body.” Hebrews 13:3
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One popular question many Christians ask is, “Does God answer the prayers of unbelievers?” Sincere men and women of all religions attempt to communicate with their god in one way or another. We may readily affirm that God does not let these people into heaven because they follow idols, but does He at least lend them a hand? The Bible has the answer to these and similar questions, but it may not be the answer we’d like. Continue reading Does God Hear the Prayers of Unbelievers?
I want to talk about praying for ourselves. I want to give you tools to help in those times when you do not care about God nor the things of God. How do we get out of dry spells? I believe we need, what I call, the desire to desire God. When we don’t care we need to want to care. We need to catch ourselves and beg God to help us out by His strength.
I want to show some biblical prayers to prove that in those times we can pray our way out. Don’t be tricked into thinking, “I shouldn’t pray,” “I have a free will,” “God can’t intervene,” “I need to do this on my own or it won’t count.” I want to show that we can pray that God will help us love Him, have greater joy, etc. Continue reading Christian Walk A Dry Spell? Pray for Yourself!