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LESSON NINE: LISTENING TO GOD IN PRAYER (Key)

Prayer is conversing with God. 

He is a God who listens and answers our prayers.

A few things which may help us hear God:

1.)   Believe

 

2.)  Expect To Hear

3.)  Listen

Five common ‘hearing aids’ we need to remember:

 

1.)    The Bible

2.)  Spontaneous impressions

3.)  Dreams and Visions

4.)  Release and Peace

5.)  Through others

How can we become more confident that we are in fact hearing correctly?

1.)  Stop

2.)  Look

3.)  Listen

4.)  Test

The test of circumstance is often a great hearing aid but is always open to abuse.

 

5.)  Trust

6.)  Peace

7.)  The Holy Spirit

8.)  Patience

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LESSON NINE: LISTENING TO GOD IN PRAYER

Prayer is __________ with God. 

He is a God who listens and ____________ our prayers.

A few things which may help us hear God:

2.)   ___________

 

2.)  Expect To ___________

3.)  __________

Five common ‘hearing aids’ we need to remember:

 

2.)    The ___________

2.)  Spontaneous ______________

3.)  _____________ and Visions

4.)  Release and __________

5.)  Through __________

How can we become more confident that we are in fact hearing correctly?

1.)   _________

2.)  _________

3.)  _________

4.)  _________

5.) _________

6.) _________

7.)  The _________

8.) _________

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LESSON TEN: MEDITATION AND FASTING (Key)

Meditation is the missing link between Bible intake and prayer.

At least two Scriptures plainly teach this by example:

Psalm 5:1: "Give ear to my words, O Lord, consider my sighing."

Psalm 19:14:  "May the words of my mouth and the mediation of my heart be pleasing in your sight, O Lord, my Rock and my Redeemer."

 

So what happens when believers fast?:

First, it may be that true fasting is emotionally and spiritually a form of mourning.

Second, we fast to bring our physical bodies into sub­mission.

 

Third, when we fast we ought to expect to be victorious overcomers.

Fourth, we fast so that we may be heard in heaven.

Fifth, we fast to seek revelation regarding the will of God.

Sixth: To bring liberation from the bonds of wickedness and to set the oppressed free.

Seventh: To relieve us of heavy burdens.

Eighth: To increase our sensitivity toward the needs of others so we can minister in a practical manner.

Ninth: To invest ourselves in our families.

LESSON TEN: MEDITATION AND FASTING

_____________ is the missing link between Bible intake and prayer.

At least two Scriptures plainly teach this by example:

_____________: "Give ear to my words, O Lord, consider my sighing."

_____________:  "May the words of my mouth and the mediation of my heart be pleasing in your sight, O Lord, my Rock and my Redeemer."

 

So what happens when believers fast?:

First, it may be that true fasting is emotionally and spiritually a form of _____________.

Second, we fast to bring our physical bodies into _____________.

 

Third, when we fast we ought to expect to be victorious _____________.

Fourth, we fast so that we _____________in heaven.

Fifth, we fast to _____________regarding the will of God.

Sixth: To _____________from the bonds of wickedness and to set the oppressed free.

Seventh: To relieve us of heavy _____________.

Eighth: To _____________toward the needs of others so we can minister in a practical manner.

Ninth: To invest ourselves in our _____________.

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