Prayer Fuels Power (Part 2)
Faith, humility, God’s will, and thanksgiving. Acknowledging and believing in God to pray to him required faith. Being in awe of Him and acknowledging who God is, allows us to approach His throne with humility, humbled by all that He is.
His will be done should be the prayer of every believer, we need to discern His will and acknowledge it so help us deal with what we consider “unanswered” prayers. Thanksgiving comes from believing that everything we have comes from God including our daily needs.
Read Proverbs 22:4a in your Bibles or follow along online.
- What is prayer?
- What does it mean to be humble?
- How can we be humble to others?
- Have you ever said something you didn’t mean? Share your story.
- How do you feel when someone says “sorry” to you but you know they don’t mean it?
- How can we be humble when praying to God?
- Why is it important that your heart or feelings match your words?
- What is the difference, if any, between acting in humility and being humble?
- Close your eyes and imagine God sitting on His throne in Heaven. How would you approach Him? Would you bow before Him? Would you run towards Him and hug Him? How do you imagine you would feel?
Prayer is simply talking to God. The Bible says that God hears every single one of our prayers.
Think about the bible passage, What you have learnt?, What is standing out for you? Use these words to talk to God about what you are thinking and how you are feeling.
When we pray, we should be humble in prayer. Take a moment to tell God something you are grateful for and tell him how much you love him!
Whether it’s 10 seconds or 10 minutes, gather with your family and spend a moment in prayer.
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