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Powerful Prayer Requires an Attitude of Dependence on God
The Almighty God, Who has foreknowledge and already knows every scenario, every thought, and every need, requires His people to pray to Him. He is poised to perform mighty and miraculous things. Unified Christian prayer is powerful far beyond human comprehension. The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity provides opportunities for miracles within the Body of Christ.
Daniel is a Good Example of God Hearing and Answering Intercessory Prayer
Daniel is a good example of how to approach God during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. Daniel approached God with humility and worshipfulness. He wasn't praying for his personal needs, but was confessing the sins of his people and interceding and supplicating for restoration and unity for all of God's people. God can hear and answer prayers just as powerfully today as He did for His people in the Bible times.
Worshipping God Through Prayer
In response to His disciple's plea, Jesus outlined the perfect pattern for prayer - Prayer that begins with worship of Who God is, and continues to magnify Him and His various attributes throughout.
Daily Devotions are Vital to Christian Unity and the Week of Prayer is a Good Reminder to Pray Earnestly
God is all knowing, all powerful, and everywhere-present. God is in business 24 hoursa day, seven days a week, always attending to His people, all around the world. If ever there was a need for daily prayer to the Almighty God, now is the time.
Chrisians Around the World Celebrate the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity from January 18 to 15
The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is an extension of God's desire for Christians to work diligently together, paying close attention to maintaining spiritual unity, bound together without strife. Paul writes about the one Body of Christ, one hope, one Lord, one faith, one baptism, and the one God and Father. Clearly, Godâ?;;;?;;;s Word is emphasizing unity.
The Lords Prayer Connects Man with God and Offers Up the Sacrifice of Praise
Prayer was going to be a vital part of the success of the future Apostles. For this reason, Jesus took great care to not only teach them the message of the gospel, but to teach them how to have a personal and intimate relationship with the Father.
Jesus Prays for the Preservation of His Disciples
It was not realistic for Jesus to ask God to remove the disciples from the world just so that they could be protected from evil, just as it is not realistic for believers today to ask to be taken home just to escape the hardships of life here on earth. Without the chosen people bringing the lost to Christ, many nonbelievers could not find their way.
Pastors Provide Leadership in Worship as Scripture Reading, Congregational Prayer and Communion
Worship is response to God's call. Scripture reading lets believers hear His call and be led in response as worship. Congregationsal prayer is part of worship, responding to the word and applying it ones life. Celebrating the Lord's Supper ought not to be guilt ridden and sad, rather a recounting and reinactment of all that Jesus accomplished for believers in His death, burial and resurrection. It is a way of discerning the body of Christ.
Be Ready for Spiritual Battle
Christians are considered soldiers in the Army of God. With a spiritual war being fought in the unseen realm and in the lives of people, it is important to be ready for battle by putting on the full Armor of God.
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