In Prison For Christ Part 3
December 03, 2019
Part 3 of 4
In Roman times, slaves made up over half the population. Paul wrote about one of these slaves while in prison. Let’s learn from Paul’s admonition to the owner of Onesimus, a man named Philemon.
Every Christian longs for a better and more intimate prayer life. And one of the most effective ways to pray for ourselves and for others is to pray Scripture. In doing so, we echo back to God that which we know is His will.
The Bible abounds with promises and guidance that make for rich, meaningful prayer. As you think of certain people—loved ones, children, friends, or unbelievers—you can offer spiritual and material requests that are both specific to their needs and in line with Scripture.
Praying in this way will…
- stimulate your faith in God and love for others
- allow God’s Word to dwell in you more richly
- draw you closer to God Himself
As you use this this 52-week devotional to cover your life—and the lives of others—in biblical prayer, you’ll come to enjoy communion with God in a whole new way!
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