A little over a year ago, I had a chance to sit down with our dear friend and colleague, Pastor John Paul Jones, for a short conversation about prayer.
In this conversation, Jones shared some of his favorite Bible passages, some of which I feel are important in our day-to-day lives.
For example, in 1 Timothy 5:9-10, Jones says, “If you wish to worship God, you must do so with prayer.”
This passage is often referred to as the “Prayer of the Heart” or “PRAYER OF THE BIBLE.”
I love this passage, and I think it is one of the most powerful prayers ever written.
But it is not the only prayer.
Here are a few other prayers that I would recommend you try out: The LORD bless you, O Lord!
The LORD call upon you, Lord, to bless you.
The LORD give you the glory, and your glory shall be upon you.
He is God, and ye are His people.
He has a way, and a way is a man, and it is better to walk in it than to walk out of it.
He who has walked in it is rich, and he who has not walked in will be poor.
He will walk in, and there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth, and gnashings of teeth shall be seen in the streets, and great tribulation shall come upon them.
He Who is above us, we have the power of God to deliver us from the bondage of death.
We will see Him face to face, and we will not be afraid.
He gives us strength to stand, and He gives to us strength with the help of His Spirit.
He knows all things, and is a witness to us that He knows everything.
He sent His Son into the world to proclaim peace, justice, and love to the world.
And the Son went to fulfill the promises that He made unto the prophets, and His disciples to fulfill their prophecies.
The Son also gave to the disciples the spirit of prophecy.
And He sent them out into the wilderness to preach the gospel.
So they are now preaching the gospel to all the nations, to the ends of the earth.
And as they preach the Gospel, He sends the Spirit of truth, which comes upon them, that they may know the truth and hold to it.
The Spirit of the LORD comes upon all who hear His voice, and they know that the truth is God’s Word, and that the things that they have heard are true.
They are no longer men, but children of God, in whom the Holy Spirit dwells.
When we hear this, the Holy Ghost fills us with wonder and joy, and then the Holy One of Israel will take us up into heaven and will dwell with us forever.
He came down from heaven to bring salvation to the Gentiles and to save the lost.
The Holy Spirit will give us strength in the hour of trouble, so that we may stand before the Lord and be glad.
The Lord gave us a new heart, and the Holy Word will come upon us to teach us the truth, to bring us to a knowledge of the truth.
The spirit of truth came upon the Gentile, and because of the new heart of the Lord, they know God.
They know His justice, for His word is truth.
And because of their new heart and new knowledge, the Gentils know the true doctrine of Jesus Christ, that all men shall be saved through Him.
The Gentiles have heard, and will hear.
The same Spirit that brought them up to a truth will bring them back to the truth to which they were brought.
If we will keep this truth, it will bring us back into the presence of God.
We must be ready for the trial that awaits us.
The Gospel is a testimony of God’s love, His mercy, and his righteousness.
He brought you up to see Him, to know Him, and to believe in Him.
Now He will come to you to judge you, and you will have the right to judge your neighbor.
And if you do well in judging others, He will judge you for yourself.
If you judge a neighbor unjustly, you will be judged for it.
If I do not love my neighbor as myself, I cannot love myself.
We know that Jesus Christ lives, that He died for our sins, and for the sins of the world, and was buried, and risen again the third day.
We also know that He lives.
The time has come for us to repent of our sins.
We have been brought up by sin.
Our sins are so grievous that the Lord is going to punish us.
He cannot forgive our sins on this earth.
We are to die to ourselves, for we have committed the greatest of all sins, murder.
Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God who died on the cross for us.
In His suffering, His Resurrection, and