Faithlife Sermons

John MacArthur on prayer

Illustration  •  Submitted
0 ratings

For many, prayer has been replaced with pragmatic action. Function overrides fellowship with God; busyness crowds out communication. For others, prayer lacks a sense of awe and respect. Their efforts are flippant, disrespectful, and irreverent. Then there are those who believe prayer is designed to make demands and claims on God. They attempt to force Him to do what they believe He should do for them. Finally, for some prayer is nothing more than a routine ritual.[1]


[1]MacArthur, John: Alone With God. Wheaton, Ill. : Victor Books, 1995

Related Media
Related Illustrations