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What is prayer? Is there a right way or a wrong way to pray? How do I know God is answering my prayers? This full-color, ready-to-use Christian PowerPoint presentation, What the Bible Says About Prayerexplains—
- How to pray, such as what it means to "pray continuously," pray in Jesus' name, pray in the Holy Spirit, pray with faith, and pray in "agreement" with others.
- Key Bible Prayer Verses— including Bible prayer verses that provide instruction, "...pray for those who persecute you" (Matthew 5:44) and verses that provide models to follow, such as the Lord's Prayer (Matthew 6:9) and Paul's prayers for the Philippian church (Philippians 1:3-5). Over 100 verses on prayers included!
- The basics of what believers need to know about prayer.
Understanding what the Bible teaches about prayer and the importance of prayer times give us confidence that God knows us, cares about our lives, gives us strength, and listens to our requests.
- More than 100 slides
- Dozens of verses on prayer
- Full-color photos and graphics
- Helpful charts to better understand Bible prayer verses
- How to pray
- How NOT to pray—including how to avoid selfish prayers, prideful prayers, prayers that ignore God's instruction, and prayers that seek others' attention.
- The 5 W's of prayer: who, what, where, when, and why on prayer
- 4 Types of Prayers (ACTS: Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving, Supplication)
- Phrase-by-phrase explanation of the Lord's Prayer (in chart form)
- Answers key questions, such as, "Why pray?"
Includwes teacher's notes and reproducible handouts in PDF format!
What the Bible Says About Prayer provides hundreds of fascinating prayer insights, facts, and tips at your fingertips and can be used for:
- Individual study
- Discipleship groups
- Small Groups or Sunday School classes
- Christian or Home schools
- New Believers' class
- Support Groups
- Prayer Circles
- Church library
- Prison Ministry
Requires Microsoft PowerPoint software (not included)
Rose Publishing Product Code: 217X
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|Title: What the Bible Says About Prayer - PowerPoint CD-ROM|
Format: Compact disc
Vendor: Rose Publishing
Publication Date: 2013
Dimensions: 7.50 X 5.25 X 0.50 (inches)
|Weight: 3 ounces|
Series: Rose PowerPoint Presentations
Stock No: WW366641
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