In case you missed any of these incredible posts, here is a recap of the past month here on Scripture Dig.
What is Prayer? Introductory post to this series.
Jesus’ Prayer Lesson: Kathy spent three days examining the Lord’s Prayer. Part One gave us some general principles about prayer. Part Two covered three of the six components of the prayer – Our Father, Hallowed be Your Name, Your Kingdom Come. Part Three discussed the remaining three components of this prayer – Give us each day our daily bread, Forgive us our debts, Lead us not into temptation.
Using Prayer Cards: Sandra shared how she uses prayer cards to guide her prayer time.
Write … in a Prayer Notebook? Julie gave some counsel about using a prayer notebook to organize your prayer life.
Double Whammy: Teri Lynne shared how to gain the power of using Scripture as a foundation for prayer.
Prayer: Graphic Organizers: Julie offered four different organizers – downloadable as PDF files – to use as tools for praying for others.
The Type A Person Prays: Teri Lynne shared how she uses a prayer calendar to organize her prayer life.
Praying for Your Spouse: Kathy gave insight into the types of prayers we can offer for our husbands and the significance of doing so.
Praying for Your Children: Stephanie shared parental prayers for children of all ages and situations.
Praying for Your Church: Kristi encouraged us to remember how necessary our prayers for our churches are.
Repentance: The Power of Painful Prayers: Examination of David’s prayer in Psalm 51 by Teri Lynne.
Confidence: Finding Rest in the Sovereignty of God: Looking at Hannah’s prayer in 1 Samuel 2 with Kristi.
Intercession: Pleading for Undeserved Mercy: Kristi gave insight into the reality of intercession by studying Nehemiah’s prayer.
Jesus Prays for You: Sandra took us through Christ’s prayer in John 17.
Which of these posts was your favorite? Any ideas you have put into practice yet?