First Baptist Blowing Rock
The Ultimate Prayer Request; To Be or Not to Be, series from Ephesians final message
Sep 27, 2015
Have you ever wondered how to pray for someone? From last weeks message we discovered we are to pray specifically and continually for other believers but what do we pray for? In Romans 15:30, Paul asked the church "I urge you brothers, by our Lord Jesus Christ and by the love of the Spirit, to join me in my struggle by praying for me". He seems to indicate that through our prayers for others we can invest more than a few words but we can actually join their struggle, come alongside them and join them as they face the circumstances of life. How is that possible? Are you tired of praying general, generic and rote prayers? Would you like to pray in such a way that you become invested in what you are praying for - and better yet would you like for others to pray that way for you? Join us as we discover the answers to those questions as Paul offers a final word of encouragement to the Church at Ephesus through The Ultimate Prayer Request. From Ephesians 6:19-20.Add a description here.