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•::: PRAYER in NEW TESTAMENT :::•

Understanding prayer = New Testament.

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For the New Testament believer,
prayer is not just a means of
religous communication with God;
" it's a fellowship". Some
people pray because they're been
brought up to think it's a
religious obligation they must
fulfil. Treu, the Lord Jesus
said, "...men ought always to
pray and not to faint"
{ Luke 18:1 }, letting us know
prayer is a spiritual obligation
for every believer.
In {Luke 18:1}, the Master said
we ought to pray. So we know
one of the reasons we pray is
that the Lord Jesus said we
should. Beyond that, however,
we need to understand the
subject of prayer; the things
to pray about and how to pray
about them. Prayer is more than
merely talking to God. Many
people pray and yet many don't,
but among the many that pray, a
lot don't have answers to their
prayers because they pray
without understanding. We need
to understand that when we pray,
we're making contact with the
divine essence within us. This
contact strengthens our
relationship with God. Prayer is
one sure way of getting yourself
focused on God and getting a
"rub-off" in His presence.
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