The Greatest Prayer.
... It includes all other petitions, for God's will includes everything for which
prayer is rightly offered. It is greatest in its intensity. ...
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The Answer to Prayer
... you, and to do it. Prayer is not offered to deflect God's will to yours,
but to adjust your will to His. When a ship's captain is ...
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Epistle vii. To the Clergy, Concerning Prayer to God.
... our inmost heart and of our entire mind ask for God's mercy, because ... with these we
must be urgent and persevering, even although prayer be offered with one ...
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The Man is the Prayer.
... say, you yourself may be a prayer, a walking prayer offered up in Jesus' name. Your
presence will affect the evil one, and change events, and help God in His ...
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A view of God's Glory
... I. First of all this prayer which Moses offered was heard by God, and he gave him
A GRACIOUS MANIFESTATION: "And he said, I will make all my goodness pass ...
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... set forth with accuracy and reverence a complete account of prayer, and in particular
of how prayer ought to be offered, what ought to be said to God in prayer ...
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The Praying that Glorifies God
... difficult to perceive that the possibilities in prayer are as great as the purpose
of the Son of God. It is likewise apparent that every prayer offered in the ...
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... Our heart being kindled with hot fire our prayer is also kindled, and in the savour
of sweetness is offered by our mouth in the sight of God, so that it is ...
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... Saints that are placed beyond this life.1. Because Scripture teaches that prayer
ought to be offered to God alone, who alone knows what is necessary for us. ...
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God's Door into a Home.
... for one's own, over whom the heart yearns much, and the prayer offered is more ... God
has set us in the relationship of personal affection and of kinship for just ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookPsalm 5:2
Listen to the voice of my cry, my King, and my God: for to you will I pray.Torrey's Topical Textbook
Then said Jesus to him, Get you hence, Satan: for it is written, You shall worship the Lord your God, and him only shall you serve.
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Prayers of Christ
Prayers of the Unrighteous
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