Spiritual Warfare | Introduction
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Prayer, The Ultimate Weapon
We cannot all argue, but we can all pray; we cannot all
be leaders, but we can
all be pleaders; we cannot all be mighty in rhetoric, but we can all be prevalent
in prayer. I would sooner see you eloquent with God than with men.
• Charles H. Spurgeon
Prayer is an integral part of our relationship with Jesus. Throughout the bible, we seethat it
is prayer that leads us into God’s victories. As Christian, we must r
ealize first andforemost, it
is prayer and prayer alone that is our “ultimate weapon.”
An expression, devout petition addressed to God. An earnest entreaty.
1. In Ephesians 6:18-19, Paul speaks of both general prayer requests(proseuche) and specific prayer requests (deesis). How do both of these relateto spiritual warfare?2. If God already knows all of our needs, why do we pray?3. Are you satisfied with your prayer life? Why or why not?4. Why is prayer a front line activity in spiritual warfare?5.
How do we make contact with our “Commander”?
How do we get a response from our “Commander”?
7. What is doctrinal praying and why is it effective in spiritual warfare?8. Why are prayers of praise and adoration effective in spiritual warfare?9. Read 2 Corinthians 4:3-4 and Matthew 12:29. Why is binding the strong manimportant for evangelist praying?10. Read Luke 18:18 and Daniel 10:12-13. Do you feel that persistence is acharacteristic of your prayer life?