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Mark Edwards - November 21, 2021
Pray! Prayer affects heaven, changes earth and changes you!
Title: Pray! Prayer affects heaven, changes earth and changes you! Pastor Mark concludes our series on Ephesus Church with a message on Prayer. We may not feel worthy to pray to God, but God wants us to pray even if we are overcome and don’t have the words - because God is good. Key Verses. • Ephesians 6:18-20 • Luke 18:10-14 • Psalm 8:3-4 • Jude 1:20 • Romans 8:15-16 • Romans 8:26-27 • Ephesians 6:21-24 Key points. • Pray at all times and on every occasion • Pray in the Spirit • Pray for courage Prayer affects heaven, changes earth and changes you! • Prayer should not give God an excuse or a way out. He doesn’t need it. • Prayer breaks strongholds • Prayer thrives with gratefulness • Prayer is our divine connection with the supernatural. Pray for boldness. Wisdom is good. Knowing what to do is good. Often we know what to do but lack courage. Pray for courage to do what is right! New? Have questions? Want prayer? www.inglewoodchurch.org.au
Scripture References: Ephesians 6:21-24, Ephesians 6:18-20, Luke 18:10-14, Jude 8:3-4, Jude 1:20, Romans 8:15-16, Romans 8:26-27
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