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Prayer Must First be Personal and Private

Prayer must first be personal and private, before it is congregational and public; else the person praying is a hypocrite.

The Joys of Private Praying

There are benefits of praying in private as against praying in public. This clip shows these benefits.

Prayer Must be Qualitative and Vital

One of the things about prayer is that it must be qualitative and vital, that is, based on an ongoing personal relationship with God.

Illustrations and Results of Quality and Quantity in Prayer

We use some every day occurrences to illustrate what we mean by having quality prayer time with God and obtaining the benefits thereof.

Before You Pray You Need To ...

We state in this clip, two of the major things we need before we pray.

The God We Pray To

It is important that we know the God that we pray to, otherwise, we would be praying like the heathen.

Why Pray?

The Bible tells us that God knows what we want to ask for before we ask, so why pray? We provide some answers in this clip.

Before You Pray: A Summary

This is a summary of the main message. We summarize the things we need to do in preparation for meeting with God in the place of prayer--being of an acceptable disposition before God, eliminating 'noise' and distractions before praying, and having knowledge and understanding of who God really is, and the implications thereof.

The Nature of the Hypocrite in Prayer

We look at the nature/attitude/disposition of those who pray like the hypocrites do. They love to pray in public, and to receive the acclaim of men, and so, never get any response form God. Their reward is the commendation of the public, which is what they craved in the first place.

The Nature of the Heathen in Prayer

We look at the nature/attitude/disposition of those who pray like the heathen do. They shout, cut themselves, and engage in all manner of physicality in prayer, and never get any response form God.

The Nature of Honesty in Prayer

We look at the nature/attitude/disposition of those who pray with honesty and sincerity unto God. They pray mostly in private, and have a right disposition toward God; hence, they always have their prayers heard by God.

The Nature of Prayers and God's Response to Their Prayers

The response of God to a person's prayer is directly related to the nature, attitude, or disposition of the person praying to God. A wrong nature, attitude, and disposition in prayer will elicit no response, whereas, a right nature, attitude, and disposition in prayer elicits a positive response from God.

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