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All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work. (2 Timothy 3:16-17)

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1. Bible’s Guide To Prayer

  1. Introduction to Prayer
    Speaking to God through prayer is an act of love. We express our inner spiritual demands through prayer. We can find inner peace, joy, strength of spirit, and insight via prayer (Psalms 118:5-6, Psalms 138:3, Isaiah 58:9-11, Philippians 4:6-7, 1 Peter 5:7). Prayer should be a genuine conversation with God and not done for public recognition. It may be lengthy or short, silently or aloud, alone or in a group, etc (Matthew 6:5-8). An essential component of prayer is:
  • Manifestations of faith and confidence in God
  • Admitting our sins
  • Lauding God’s powerful actions
  • Thanksgiving for everything we have we must be grateful for, a commitment to serving God, and others request for both our needs and others needs.

2. God connects with us through the Bible

Abraham, Jacob, Moses, Isaiah, Jesus, and a few other people in the Bible all received direct communication from God. We all want God to personally and promptly respond to our prayers, but the majority of us will never hear God’s voice speaking to us from above.


However, God does communicate with us through the Bible (2 Timothy 3:16-17). It serves as our main source of information regarding God and His purposes for our life. The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:1–17) serve as our guide for daily life. Jesus gave us the “Great Commandments,” which include “Love the Lord your God with all of your heart, soul, and mind” and “Love your neighbor as yourself” (Matthew 22:37-40, Mark 12:30-31, Luke 10:27, John 13:34-35), as guiding principles for each choice we make. To help us apply these ideas to daily life, we have Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7; Luke 6:20–49). Jesus’ promise of eternal life for those who are faithful and obedient gives us courage, strength, and hope (Matthew 25:31-46, Luke 10:25-28, 12:4-7, John 3:16-21, 6:27, 10:27-28).

3. The Lord’s Prayer

The famous Lord’s Prayer is Jesus’ model of the perfect prayer:


  • We begin by addressing God as “Father” and praising His holy name:
    Pray like this: Our Father in heaven, may your name be kept holy. (NLT, Matthew 6:9)
  • We pray for the accomplishment of God’s will in our lives and on earth:
    May your Kingdom come soon. May your will be done on earth, as it is in heaven. (NLT, Matthew 6:10)
  • We request the things we require; yet, we do not request the things we merely desire: 
    Give us today the food we need, (NLT, Matthew 6:11)
  • We confess our sins and beg for pardon, but we also recognize that we must forgive
    those who transgress against us. (Matthew 5:44, 6:14-15, Mark 11:25, Luke 6:28): 
    and forgive us our sins, as we have forgiven those who sin against us. (NLT, Matthew 6:12)
  • Last but not least, we pray for the power to withstand temptation and evil. (Luke 22:40):
    And don’t let us yield to temptation but rescue us from the evil one. (NLT, Matthew 6:13)
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