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This lesson on Prayer is part of the "Back to the Basics" series. Instead of looking at prayer in the normal way, I look at prayer from the idea of "Communication in Battle." …

This lesson on Prayer is part of the "Back to the Basics" series. Instead of looking at prayer in the normal way, I look at prayer from the idea of "Communication in Battle."

The discussion guide focuses on the Prayer of Jesus in John 17.

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  • 1. “Prayer: Our One on One with God”
    Lessons and Class Discussion + Extra Slides
    September 27th, 2009
    By Christopher Gallagher
    www.preacherspen.org
    Sources Cited
  • 2. “Daniel would rather spend a night with the lions than miss a day in prayer.”
    —Anonymous
    Morgan, R. J. (2000). Nelson's complete book of stories, illustrations, and quotes (electronic ed.) (73). Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers.
  • 3.
  • 4. Prayer is a mighty instrument, not for getting man’s will done in Heaven, but for getting God’s will done on earth.
    —Robert Law
    Morgan, R. J. (2000). Nelson's complete book of stories, illustrations, and quotes (electronic ed.) (520). Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers.
  • 5.
  • 6. Back to the Basics
    What We Believe and Why?
  • 7. Prayer:
  • 8. What do We Pray for?
    Nine out of ten adults in America say they pray.
    98%—Our own families
    81%—World’s Children
    77%—World Peace
     69%—Co-workers
    Yankelvich Poll in USA Today Commissioned by the Lutheran Brotherhood
    Morgan, R. J. (2000). Nelson's complete book of stories, illustrations, and quotes (electronic ed.) (623).
    Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers.
  • 9. The Bible Expects Prayer
    “When you pray…” (Matthew 6.5)
    “When you pray…” (Matthew 6.6)
    “When you pray…” (Matthew 6.7)
    “When you pray…” (Luke 11.2)
  • 10. Why does the Bible Expect Prayer?
    “…praying at all times in the Spirit, with all prayer and supplication. To that end keep alert with all perseverance, making supplication for all the saints…”
    (Ephesians 6.18;ESV)
  • 11. Communication in Battle
    Belt of truth
    Breastplate of righteousness
    Shoes – gospel of peace
  • 12. Communication in Battle
    Shield of Faith
    Helmet of salvation
    Sword of the spirit
  • 13. Communication in Battle
    “…praying at all times in the Spirit, with all prayer and supplication. To that end keep alert with all perseverance, making supplication for all the saints…”
    (Ephesians 6.18;ESV)
  • 14. Final Thoughts!
    Meditate on His word. (Psalm 1)
    Make His word a priority. (Psalm 119.105)
    Talk with Him daily.
  • 15. Back to the Basics
    Part #6
  • 16. “Prayer is the key to the morning and the bolt of the evening.”
    —Anonymous
    Morgan, R. J. (2000).
    Nelson's complete book of stories, illustrations, and quotes (electronic ed.) (622). Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers.
  • 17.
  • 18. The Prayer of Jesus
    John 17
  • 19. The Prayer of Jesus
    “Prayer is a mighty instrument, not for getting man’s will done in Heaven, but for getting God’s will done on earth.”
    (Robert Law)
    Morgan, R. J. (2000). Nelson's complete book of stories, illustrations, and quotes (electronic ed.) (622). Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers.
  • 20. The Prayer of Jesus
    For what does Jesus pray?
    He prays for himself.
    He prays for his disciples.
    He prays for you.
  • 21. The Prayer of Jesus
    He prayed for himself:
    He prays for glory.
    “I glorified you on earth, having accomplished the work that you gave me to do.” (John 17.4; ESV)
    Have you glorified God?
  • 22. The Prayer of Jesus
    He prayed for his disciples:
    He prays for the Lord to keep them.
    “Sanctify them in the truth; your word is truth.” (John 17.17; ESV)
    Is the Lord your keep?
  • 23. The Prayer of Jesus
    He prayed for you:
    He prayed for you to be one.
    “… that they may all be one, just as you, Father, are in me, and I in you, that they also may be in us, so that the world may believe that you have sent me…” (John 17.21; ESV)
  • 24. The Prayer of Jesus
    For what does Jesus pray?
    He prays for himself.
    He prays for his disciples.
    He prays for you.
  • 25.
  • 26. “Prayer: Our One on One with God”
    Lessons and Class Discussion + Extra Slides
    September 27th, 2009
    By Christopher Gallagher
    www.preacherspen.org
    Sources Cited