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LESSON SEVEN: PETITIONARY PRAYER (Key)

When our asking is for ourselves it is called petition; when it is on behalf of others it is called intercession.

In the Bible God gives us some guidelines for asking prayers.

Nine principles for making requests to God:

 

1.  Ask in the Spirit

2.  Ask according to God's will

3.  Ask with the mind

 4. Ask in Jesus’ name

5.  Ask while abiding in Christ

6.  Ask in faith

7.  Ask in humility

 

8.  Ask in sincerity

9.  Ask with perseverance

 

ASKING OTHERS TO PRAY FOR YOU:

 

1.     Shows your dependence on God.

2.   Demonstrates lowliness before God and humility before others.

3.   Brings greater authority to prayer.

4.   Increases the amount of praying in your behalf.

5.  Broadens the understanding of how to pray for your need.

6.      Blesses those who have the privilege of praying for you

 

7.   Strengthens the bond of love between you and those who pray for you

 

    8.  Secures strength for an area of personal weakness or failure.

The Lord moves mightily on behalf of those who wait for and before him.

LESSON SEVEN: PETITIONARY PRAYER

When our asking is for ourselves it is called __________; when it is on behalf of others it is called ______________.

In the Bible God gives us some __________________ for asking prayers.

Nine principles for making requests to God:

 

4.  Ask in the ___________

5.  Ask according to _____________

6.  Ask with the _________

 4. Ask in ____________

5.  Ask while ____________ in Christ

6.  Ask in _________

7.  Ask in ___________

 

8.  Ask in ______________

10.   Ask with _____________

 

ASKING OTHERS TO PRAY FOR YOU:

 

2.     Shows your ______________ on God.

2.   Demonstrates _________________ before God and ________________ before others.

3.   Brings greater ________________ to prayer.

4.   ____________ the amount of praying in your behalf.

5.  Broadens the understanding of how to ___________ for your need.

7.      __________ those who have the privilege of praying for you

 

7.   ___________________ between you and those who pray for you

 

    8.  Secures strength for an area of personal ___________ or _____________.

The Lord __________________ on behalf of those who wait for and before him.

LESSON EIGHT: POWER IN PRAYER (Key)

 

Prayer is a channel for God’s power.

God’s power flows primarily to people who pray.

    God’s power can change circumstances and relation­ships.

   God’s power over nature

God’s power over circumstances

  God can alter history through our prayers today.

James 5:16 says that: ‘The prayer of a righteous man is powerful and effective.'

Prayer is powerful because of Christ’s victory at Calvary.

1.     At the cross, Jesus drove out Satan, “the prince of this world” (John 12:31—33).

2.   At the cross, Jesus “disarmed the powers and authori­ties” (Col. 2:15).

3.   At the cross, Satan and his unclean spirits were destroyed (Heb. 2:14).

3.     As a result of Calvary, the Resurrection, and the Ascension, Christ is enthroned.

LESSON EIGHT: POWER IN PRAYER

 

Prayer is a channel for ______________.

God’s power flows primarily to _________________.

    God’s power can change __________________ and __________________.

   God’s power over ______________.

God’s power over ________________.

  God can alter ___________ through our prayers today.

________________ says that: ‘The prayer of a righteous man is powerful and effective.'

Prayer is powerful because of _________________ at Calvary.

2.     At the cross, Jesus drove out _________, “the prince of this world” (John 12:31—33).

2.   At the cross, Jesus “_____________ the powers and authori­ties” (Col. 2:15).

3.   At the cross, Satan and his unclean spirits were _____________ (Heb. 2:14).

4.   As a result of __________, the ____________, and the _____________, Christ is enthroned.

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