All Types of Prayer

Based on Ephesians 6 and Philippians 4 this sermon affirms us in our destiny as people of prayer and encourages us to examine our own prayer life.

Prayer #3 – We Don’t Know What to Do

In 2 Chronicles 20 of King Jehoshaphat prayed ‘We don’t know what to do, but our eyes are on you’. When we don’t know what to do in a particular situation, it is good to turn our eyes from the situation and say to God that we don’t know what to do. Then we are able to fix our eyes on God, by fasting, listening, kneeling and singing and see God’s peace and victory come through. This message might lead…

Prayer #2 – The Garden Experience

In prayer we don’t tell God what to do, rather we get to humble ourselves and hear what He has got in mind. In the book of Luke we see Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane – in the midst of agony, He submitted His will to the Father – in prayer we are able to get God’s guidance and submit our wills to His. Also, in prayer Jesus was strengthened – likewise we also will be strengthened as we…

Prayer #1 – Ask

The theme of this sermon is ‘Ask’. In James 4 Christians were told that they didn’t have because they didn’t ask. Going through this passage we see a number of reasons why the Christians didn’t ask and didn’t receive. This should encourage us to deal with any obstacles and to ask God. If we do, we will see many answers to prayer.