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Prayer (James 5.16)

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Part of the series on prayer; emphasis is applied to James 5.16. This is a basic PowerPoint regarding James 5.16. More points and words were spoken than contained in the PowerPoint.

Part of the series on prayer; emphasis is applied to James 5.16. This is a basic PowerPoint regarding James 5.16. More points and words were spoken than contained in the PowerPoint.

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Prayer (James 5.16) Prayer (James 5.16) Presentation Transcript

  • Prayer
    “The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working.”
    (James 5.16; ESV)
  • Prayer
    “When we work, we work;
    when we pray, God works.”
    (Unknown)
  • Prayer – James 5.16
    “The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working.”
    (James 5:16; ESV)
  • Prayer – “Therefore”
    • When you see the word, “therefore,” go back and find out what it is “there for.” (Alan Highers)
  • Prayer – “Therefore”
    • James discusses prayer in three scenarios:
    • Suffering (v. 13)
    • Physical health (v. 14)
    • Spiritual health (v. 15)
  • Prayer – “Keep Praying”
    • Special Greek Test Note:
    • proseuchesthō - “Let him keep on praying!” (v. 13)
    (Word Pictures in the New Testament; A. T. Robertson; General Epistles, pages 64, 66)
  • Prayer – “Keep Praying”
    • Special Greek Test Note:
    • “proseuchesthehuperallēlōn” – Keep on praying for one another” (v. 16)
    (Word Pictures in the New Testament; A. T. Robertson; General Epistles, pages 64, 66)
  • Prayer – “Elijah”
    • James uses Elijah as an example of persistence. (v. 16 – 18)
    • Elijah’s faith was met with prayer!
  • Prayer – “Our Prayers”
    • Do we “keep on praying?”
    • Do we have a persistent prayer life?
  • Prayer – “”Keep Praying”
    • Schedule time for prayer.
    • Keep a Prayer Journal.
    • Discuss your prayers.
  • Prayer
    “The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working.”
    (James 5.16; ESV)