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Randy Alcorn's Blog: Prayer

Prayer, Dependence, and Our Unhindered Access to God’s Throne

snowflakeIt has always been difficult for me to spend great lengths of time in prayer, and sometimes it’s been a cause of discouragement. On the other hand, God has graciously taught me about prayer and dependence on Him throughout the day.

Seven Perspectives on Prayer

Pray without ceasing | Perspectives on prayerWe pray now in faith, believing our prayers are making an eternal difference; we anticipate Heaven, where we’ll learn God’s breath-taking answers to our prayers, including many that seemed unheard and ignored.

Resting in God’s Sovereignty over Human Events, Including Election Day

WorshipWhere should our focus be in the final hours leading up to the election? Certainly we should be trusting God and seeking his sovereign will for tomorrow’s outcome.

 
A Prayer from the First Continental Congress

A Prayer from the First Continental Congress

In light of the 112th Congress opening today, here is the prayer that opened the First Continental Congress on September 7, 1774.  

Everyone We See Has a Story

Everyone We See Has a Story

Check out this video produced by a company I really respect, Chick-fil-A. I think it’s very moving. It reminds me of the divine appointments God gives us daily.

There Are No Prayers Like the Puritan Prayers

There Are No Prayers Like the Puritan Prayers

There are no prayers like the Puritan prayers, as you know if you’ve read The Valley of Vision. This is something we’ve bought copies of for friends and pastors. 

Prayer: Six More Quotations, One More Story

Prayer: Six More Quotations, One More Story

Some of you liked the story and six quotations about prayer from my earlier blog. So here’s six more, followed by a story.

Prayer: One Story, Six Quotations

Prayer: One Story, Six Quotations

A couple of years ago I had the privilege of speaking at the Desiring God National Conference with John Piper, Jerry Bridges, and John MacArthur. But perhaps the greatest privilege was being with the other speaker, Dr. Helen Roseveare, missionary to the Congo.

What to Pray for, beyond Physical Healing

What to Pray for, beyond Physical Healing

My friend Barry Arnold pastors Cornerstone Church here in Gresham, Oregon. Last year he sent an email to his church regarding prayer. It’s worth quoting.

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