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(By Dr. Gregory Frizzell)

Beginning Prayer:

Father, I ask You to fill us with a passion to know You and love You with all our hearts. Lord, teach us to view prayer as the heart of our relationship. Please enable us to hear Your voice and pray in the center of Your will. Teach us to pray from Your perspective and will, not our own. Open our eyes to the revelation of Your great purposes for our life. Father God, please speak to us and grant us ears to clearly hear Your voice. Grant us the desire to be holy because You are holy and help us to hear Your voice as we spend time with You our Savior and Lord, AMEN.

Let’s start with some key points:

KEY POINTS – The Biblical Path to a Powerful Prayer Life

1). If you are to experience a powerful prayer life, you must first establish a solid prayer foundation.
2). Without strong prayer foundations, your relationship with Christ will be weak and inconsistent.
3). Viewing prayer as a daily love relationship with God is the first foundation of a powerful prayer life.
4). If you truly love God, time with Him is your greatest joy.
5). No believer can develop a truly powerful, biblical prayer life without regularly spending much time alone with God.
6). You must make an absolute commitment to consistently spend significant time alone with God in uninterrupted prayer.
7). You must plan for it and guard it. Satan will fight to keep you from deepening your prayer power.

Remember the key points:

Our physical bodies and earthly passions resist the practice of fervent prayer. God is displeased when we put the predominate emphasis on our own human methods and a comparatively small emphasis on prayer.
We only learn to pray by praying. A powerful prayer life must be biblically balanced to consistently include all five basic types of prayer.

Please turn to pages 26. Review the study questions, look up the scriptures and pray the prayers for daily growth on page 27.

SUBJECT: Understanding the Three Foundations of a Powerful, Biblically Balanced, God-Focused Prayer Life

A SOLID PRAYER FOUNDATION:

No building can be stronger than the foundation upon which it is built. The same is true of our prayer life and relationship with God.
In the title of this chapter we note three words of crucial importance.
Powerful – God intends every believer to have a dynamic prayer life with awesome supernatural results. (Read John 14:12-14)


Biblically Balanced – No prayer life is powerful unless it is scripture centered and balanced in the various prayer types.
God-Focused – No prayer life is powerful if primarily focused on personal desires rather than God’s eternal purpose and perspective.

If you are to experience a powerful prayer life, you must first establish a solid prayer foundation.

Before you begin to study the Three Prayer Foundations, pause and ask God to help you honestly evaluate your daily level of prayer.

FOUNDATION ONE:

PRAYER TIME MUST BE VIEWED AS THE ESSENCE OF OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD AND NOT MERELY SOME DUTY OR RITUAL

We must view prayer as a daily love relationship. From God’s perspective, prayer is the expression of that which He desires most—your personal relationship of love, surrender and trust.
Prayer must be viewed as your commitment to spend meaningful time in personal relationship with the living God. Above all He wants our heartfelt personal love. (Read Matthew 22:37) Sacrifice and service are meaningless if they do not proceed from a genuine love relationship. (Read 1 Corinthians 13:1-3) If you truly love God, time with Him is your greatest joy. Remember actions speak louder than words. We must relearn the crucial lesson of (Luke 10:38-42 (Read). This story of Mary and Martha contains a truth of enormous importance! We need to spend much time with God before we attempt work for God. Jesus is clearly saying that our first priority is to spend much time with Him. It is this love relationship that He desires far above all the serving and tithing in the world. This genuine love relationship must be two-way, requiring talking and listening. It requires far more than merely bringing our lists of wants and desires to God.

In many ways, prayer is your relationship with God. (Read John 17:3)
Prayer is the primary way we express our praise and worship,
experience cleansing, repentance and sanctification, share needs and desires intercede and perform ministry, hear God through meditative listening.

FOUNDATION TWO:

YOU MUST MAKE AN ABSOLUTE COMMITMENT TO CONSISTENTLY SPEND SIGNIFICANT TIME ALONE WITH GOD IN UNINTERRUPTED PRAYER

Why is this foundation so crucial? Until you make the serious commitment to a significant daily prayer time, you will never become powerful in prayer.

When you view the prayer practices of Jesus and New Testament believers, it is clear they regularly spent much time alone in fervent prayer. The example of Jesus (Read Mark 1:33-35; Luke 6:12; 9:18)
When you study the lives of people mightily used of God, you find one great common denominator, they spent much time in fervent daily prayer! The example of the early church (Read Acts 1:12-14; 2: 41-42; 12:1-5; Romans 1:9) The example of history’s great saints (George Mueller, John Hyde, Charles Finney, George Whitfield, Evan Roberts. The command of Jesus (Read John 15:1-8). If Jesus and the early church spent much time in prayer, what makes us think we can do less? God’s requirement has not changed and they never will! This is a foundational requirement and a changeless spiritual principle. Friend, until you personally settle this issue and commit to consistent time with God, you will never go to the fullest depths of prayer or spiritual maturity.

LET US ANALYZE FOUNDATION TWO - PHRASE BY PHRASE
…ABSOLUTE COMMITMENT…

Three Crucial Reasons why your Commitment must be Absolute

First Reason for Absolute Commitment:
Satan fears intercession more than anything else and fights prayer like no other area of your life. He does so for the following reasons. -Prayer is an essential piece of your arsenal of spiritual warfare. It is through prayer that all other weapons are used. (Read 2 Corinthians 10:7). Prayer is crucial to putting on the whole armor of God. (Read Ephesians 6:10-17). Prayer is the primary way we exert spiritual authority and wage effective spiritual warfare. (Read 2 Corinthians 10:3-5). Paul says in 2 Corinthians 10:4-5, “…they (weapons) have divine power to demolish strongholds. We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God.” What does the word demolish mean? Prayer is crucial to true evangelism. (Read Acts 2-4) Prayer is the central element of all great revivals and spiritual awakenings (along with scripture). (Read 2 Chronicles 7:14)

2 Chronicles 7:14 tells us if God’s people will do four things:
1) ____________________
2) ____________________
3) ____________________
4) ___________________
then God will __________________, ________________, and _____________¬¬_____.

Second Reason for Absolute Commitment:
Our flesh always resists the development of a powerful prayer life.

Jesus says, “Watch and pray so that you will not fall into temptation. The spirit is willing but the body is weak. List some things that you need to watch and pray about to help you overcome the flesh hindering your prayers and spiritual growth.

Third Reason for Absolute Commitment:
The world’s system of human strength and promotion is the direct opposite of God’s ways. Beyond question, God’s ways are opposite of man’s ways (Read Isaiah 55:8). The world’s pattern is to exalt human programs, strengths and abilities. Yet, as the Scriptures clearly show, God’s pattern is to bring us to a point of utter weakness and total reliance on Himself.
…TO CONSISTENTLY SPEND SIGNIFICANT TIME…
I make a general suggestion of spending at least 30 to 45 minutes a day, alone with God in prayer. That is certainly enough time to experience all major types of prayer that will lead you to miraculous new growth and ministry.
…ALONE WITH GOD IN UNINTERRUPTED PRAYER.

Four Crucial Reasons to Spend Uninterrupted Time Alone with God

1). To hear the still small voice (Read 2 Kings 19:12)
God often speaks in a still, small voice and we must still our hearts and give Him our undivided attention to clearly hear His voice.
2). The clear example of Jesus (Read Luke 6:12; 9:18; Mark 1:33-35)
Time alone with God is the biblical example of Jesus Christ and the lives of powerful Christians throughout history.
3). God’s Instruction (Read Matthew 6:6). The Scriptures state the importance of a solitary place to see God’s face.
4). God both deserves and requires it (Read Jeremiah 29:13)
When we pray, we commune with the God of the entire universe and He deserves our undivided attention.

Beyond question, a truly powerful prayer life requires consistent time alone with God. However, in no way does this suggest that we shouldn’t pray throughout the entire day. Paul said we are to “pray without ceasing.” (Read 1 Thessalonians 5:17)

Spiritual Application:

We only learn to pray by praying. Although, reading books and attending conferences can be helpful, we must consistently show up for practice in our prayer closet alone with God.

What request did Jesus’ disciples make of him in Luke 11:1?

This is perhaps the greatest request any Christian can make of the Father. Are you ready to make this same request of your heavenly Father? If you say you want to learn to pray, yet you won’t come to practice, the truth is, you had rather do other things than pay the price to grow spiritually. God cannot teach you to pray if you refuse to show up for practice every day. That is why this foundation is so crucial! Until you make the serious commitment to a significant daily prayer time, you will never become powerful in prayer.

At this point, I want to give you encouragement and hope. Through Christ, you really can do this (Read Philippians 4:13). Please stop settling for a shallow walk with Christ when God saved you to experience all the fullness of His daily presence.

Take time right now to ask God to give you a hunger and thirst for significant, daily time alone with Him.

FOUNDATION THREE:

A POWERFUL PRAYER LIFE REQUIRES THE CONSISTENT BALANCED PRACTICE OF ALL MAJOR TYPES OF PRAYER

God gave us different types of prayer. Each type of prayer has a very unique role in developing and maintaining your relationship with Christ. To be weak and inconsistent in any one of the basic prayer types is to be weak in your relationship with God. “If you fail to eat a balanced diet, you will be physically weak. If you fail to have a balanced prayer life, you will be spiritually weak.” If we eat from only one or two food groups, we become physically sick. This same principle applies for a balanced prayer life.

FIVE BASIC TYPES OF PRAYER:

1). Adoration, Praise, Thanksgiving and Worship

Psalms 100:1-5; 22:3; 50:23; 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18; Hebrews 13:15

2). Confession and Repentance

Psalms 6:8; 139:23-24; 24:3-5; 51:6-10; Proverbs 28:13; 1 John 1:9; Matthew 5:23; 6:14

3). Petitions/Supplication

John 15:7; Philippians 4:6-7; Hebrews 4:15-16

4). Intercession/Warfare

Ezekiel 22:30; 2 Corinthians 10:3-5; Ephesians 6:10-17

5). Meditative Listening

Psalms 1:2; 63:6; 77:12; 143:5; Jeremiah 29:13; 1 John 5:14-15

If you consistently neglect any of the five types of prayer, your relationship with God will be limited.

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Ending Prayer:

Father fill us with genuine worship and help us worship You in ways truly pleasing to You. God, help us pray not just to get “blessed,” but because we truly love You Lord, teach us to die to ourselves and to trust Christ to live through us Baptize us in You mighty power and anoint our spiritual gifts to Your service. Fill us with Your passion for souls and help us witness to all who cross our path. Bless this study to be a part of our daily life. Amen

QUESTIONS:

1). In your own words, explain why it is so important to view prayer as a relationship (Matthew 22:37; John 17:3 and 1 Corinthians 13:1-4)
2). What does it say to God when you choose to make little time for Bible reading and prayer?
3). What is the common denominator in almost every life greatly used by God?
4). Name the five basic types of prayer.
5). Which of the five do you practice the most?
6). Which one do you practice the least?
7). Which one is the hardest for you to practice?
8). What do each of these prayer types mean to you?
9). Which type is the most important in developing a powerful prayer life?
10). Why would we consistently need to practice all five different prayer types in order to have a balanced prayer life?
11). Explain the three reasons we must make an absolute commitment to spend significant time alone with God.
12). How would you define a biblically balanced prayer life? Why is a balanced prayer life so important?
13). Why do you think Paul chose to use the word “demolish”?
14). What are some strongholds that need to be demolished in your life?
15). According to Paul how are you able to demolish these strongholds?
16). What does Paul mean by we demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ?
17). What arguments, pretensions, and thoughts need to be demolished or taken captive in your life?
18). According to Paul, how can you claim victory over these strongholds in your life?
19). What evidence did you see from these chapters in Acts that prayer was important to Peter, and the other early day evangelists?
20). What can you do to make your prayer life more powerful?
21). What does Paul mean when he says, “You are looking only on the surface of things?
22). Is it possible for us to look deeper than the surface of things?
23). What reasons does Paul give for putting on the whole armor of God?
24). According to Ephesians 6:10-17 after we put on the armor of God what should we do?
25). The armor of God is for _________________________against Satan, but it is God’s power that makes us strong.
26). What strong examples of the flesh hindering prayer and spiritual growth do we see in Matthew 26:40-41 and Romans 7:14-18?
27). What examples of the flesh hinder your prayer and spiritual growth?
28). In 2 Corinthians 12:9 we find God’s power is made perfect in our_____________________.
29). What human programs, strengths and abilities do you see getting in the way of bringing you to total weakness and total reliance upon God?
30). Is there something God wants you to truly pray about and not just merely give it lip service?
31). What does it mean to consistently spend significant time with God?
32). Why is it vital to spend uninterrupted time alone with God?
33). Why does God require that we spend significant time alone with Him in “our closets”?


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WEEK # 1 QUESTIONS:

1). In your own words, explain why it is so important to view prayer as a relationship (Matthew 22:37; John 17:3 and 1 Corinthians 13:1-4)
a). Matthew 22:37 telling us to love God with all our hearts, soul, and mind by getting a relationship with God through meditation prayer and reading God’s Word.
b). John 17:3 says we gain spiritual knowledge by getting to know God and His Son Jesus Christ through praying.
c). 1 Corinthians 13:1-4 teaches us to love God and His Word it causes us to want to spend time with God in His Word.
2). What does it say to God when you choose to make little time for Bible reading and prayer?
I truly believe God would consider we don’t want to have a relationship with Him at all.
3). What is the common denominator in almost every life greatly used by God?
The common denominator is to practice spending much time in daily prayer and Bible reading.
4). Name the five basic types of prayer.
a). Adoration-Praise, Thanksgiving, and Worship.
a). Confession and Repentance
b). Petitions/Supplication
c). Intercession/Warfare
d). Meditative Listening
5). Which of the five do you practice the most?
Praise, thanksgiving, and repentance; I need the other three to be completely closer to God.
6). Which one do you practice the least?
I need to do more intercessory prayer.
7). Which one is the hardest for you to practice?
Meditation because of interruption when ever I do it, and then I get sidetrack with fleshly emotions.
8). What do each of these prayer types mean to you?
1. Adoration-Praise, Thanksgiving, and Worship.
I feel its loving God so much you adore Him and give Him honor.
2. Confession and Repentance
Its asking God to forgive us and turning from what-ever it is.
3. Petitions/Supplication
This is asking God for something and weeping before Him.
4.Intercession/Warfare
I believe it's praying for others to God for a change; also its fighting in the spirit against the enemy.
5. Meditative Listening is listen more than talking.
9). Which type is the most important in developing a powerful prayer life?
I truly believe all them are important to me.
10). Why would we consistently need to practice all five different prayer types in order to have a balanced prayer life?
Because unbalanced prayer life will cause spiritual weakness. Each type of prayers has a very unique role in developing and maintaining your relationship with Christ.
11). Explain the three reasons we must make an absolute commitment to spend significant time alone with God.
a). Satan fears intercession more than anything else and fights prayer like no other area of your life. He does so for the following reasons. -Prayer is an essential piece of your arsenal of spiritual warfare. It is through prayer that all other weapons are used.
b). Our flesh always resists the development of a powerful prayer life.
c). The world’s system of human strength and promotion is the direct opposite of God’s ways.
12). How would you define a biblically balanced prayer life? Why is a balanced prayer life so important?
As said earlier, a biblical balanced prayer life consists of all five types of prayers so you can develop a strong relationship with God.
13). Why do you think Paul chose to use the word “demolish”?
We have to pray consistently to overwhelmingly defeat Satan in our life by praying all five types of prayers.
14). What are some strongholds that need to be demolished in your life?
Thought pattern, fear of future, distrust at time, worries, and a prayerless life.
15). According to Paul how are you able to demolish these strongholds?
We demolish them by trusting God through prayers, reading God’s Word, memorizing and speaking God’s Word over our life, and our family’s life.
I6). What does Paul mean by we demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ?
I believe he is telling us not to give into these thought-patterns, think on God’s Word to destroy them, and to obey God’s Word.
17). What arguments, pretensions, and thoughts need to be demolished or taken captive in your life?
Thoughts of distrust at time, anything against others, negative thoughts against God’s Word, and worry thoughts.
18). According to Paul, how can you claim victory over these strongholds in your life?
You claim them by being in consistent prayer to God and reading God’s Word.
19). What evidence did you see from these chapters in Acts that prayer was important to Peter, and the other early day evangelists?
I saw they trusted God and they prayed about any and everything.
20). What can you do to make your prayer life more powerful?
Develop a powerful prayer life and reading God’s Word, and having a close relationship with God.
21). What does Paul mean when he says, “You are looking only on the surface of things?
We can not see things not seen with the nature eye, but they are in the spirit realm.
22). Is it possible for us look deeper than the surface of things?
Yes, because we are in a spiritual world as I Corinthians 4:8 says.
23). What reasons does Paul give for putting on the whole armor of God?
It is because the Word tell us that we wrestle not against flesh and blood “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.”
24). According to Ephesians 6:10-17 after we put on the armor of God what should we do?
Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints.
25). The armor of God is for protection against Satan, but it is God’s power that makes us strong.
26). What strong examples of the flesh hindering prayer and spiritual growth do we see in Matthew 26:40-41 and Romans 7:14-18?
Matthew 26:40-41 warns us that the enemy fights against us when we pray to God, and our flesh is weak, but we must still pray and be consisting and committed to prayer.
Romans 7:14-18 is telling us that the inward struggle with sinful desires will hinder us from praying.
27). What examples of the flesh hinder your prayer and spiritual growth?
Deception will hinder prayer and weakness too.
28). In 2 Corinthians 12:9 we find God’s power is made perfect in our weakness.
29). What human programs, strengths and abilities do you see getting in the way of bringing you to total weakness and total reliance upon God?
Television is one thing that do get in the way at time, and just fleshly weakness too.
30). Is there something God wants you to truly pray about and not just merely give it lip service?
Yes, and I did that this morning in my quiet time with Jesus. I was so blessed!
31). What does it mean to consistently spend significant time with God?
It means to have a daily quiet time alone uninterrupted with God with your whole heart involved.
32). Why is it vital to spend uninterrupted time alone with God?
It is important because we need to keep a constant communication with God, so we can learn of Him and His ways.
33). Why does God require that we spend significant time alone with Him in “our closets”?
God desire us to be absolute committed and constantly without interruption in prayer with Him.


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ANSWERS WEEK #1 The Priority of Prayer by Dr. Charles Stanley

KEY PASSAGE: 1 Thessalonians 5:16-23
SUPPORTING SCRIPTURES: Psalm 32:8 | Luke 18:1-7 | John 14:6 | Acts 6:4 | Romans 12:12 | 1 Corinthians 10:13 | Philippians 4:19 | Colossians 4:2 | 1 John 1:9
SUMMARY
Prayer is one of the most important activities in our lives because we’re actually talking to the sovereign God of the universe who has all power and knowledge.
He understands how we feel, knows what we think, and has the power to intervene in every area of life. Yet despite the Lord’s willingness to listen and answer our requests, we are not always faithful in prayer. When times are good, we may forget to pray. Or maybe we doubt that God will answer. But the biggest hindrance to prayer is sin. If we’re unwilling to acknowledge our sins and ask for the Lord’s forgiveness, we’ll have no desire to talk to a holy God.
SERMON POINTS
When the apostle Paul wrote to the believers in Thessalonica who were suffering under Roman domination, he told them, “Pray without ceasing” (1 Thess. 5:17). In other words, prayer should be a priority in our daily lives.
What does it mean to pray without ceasing?
Paul was not saying that we should continually mumble prayers every minute of the day. “Without ceasing” means a continuous recurrence. Prayer isn’t constant, but it recurs frequently throughout the day. Unceasing prayer is a way of life, not an occasional occurrence prompted by trouble or a quick addition at the end of the day. God wants us to focus our attention on Him consistently.
For instance, in the morning we could ask the Lord for guidance, strength, and wisdom for the day ahead. Then as our children go off to school, we might pray for the Lord’s protection. Or perhaps on the way to work, we talk to Him about the challenges we’ll face and thank Him for a safe trip. Throughout the rest of the day, we make requests, seek His direction, and give Him thanks until we finally climb back into bed.
God is ready and willing to listen and answer our prayers.
We can’t say anything to the Lord that He doesn’t already know. He’s not sitting in heaven being secretive about His will for our lives or reluctant to answer our prayers. God proved His love for us by giving His Son as a sacrifice for our salvation, and He continues to demonstrate His love by being interested in every facet of our lives.
In Luke 18:1-7, Jesus taught a parable about a judge and a persistent widow, which reminds us that God always hears our prayers and provides for our needs. If we are His children, we don’t have to beg Him to listen to us, nor do we need to feel unworthy. We don’t deserve His mercy, grace, and love, but He freely gives it because of our relationship with Him through Jesus Christ.
There is a difference between true and false prayer.
True prayer requires a relationship with God. However, those who have rejected Jesus have no basis for approaching the Lord in prayer because access to Him is only possible through His Son (John 14:6). Therefore, God does not answer their false prayers. No one can bypass Christ and expect that the Lord will grant their requests. However, there is one prayer He always answers. When someone is willing to humble himself, confess his sins, and receive Jesus as his personal Savior, the Lord will forgive him and welcome him into the family of God.
False prayer is all about self and is based on what we think we deserve. Many times it’s a monologue focused on what we want from God. But true prayer comes from a sense of humility, realizing that we are accepted on the basis of the Lord’s mercy, not by our conduct. It’s a dialogue with God because we are not just interested in giving Him our list of requests, but we want to hear from Him.
True prayer is a way to grow in our relationship with the Lord. All relationships require two-way communication. Instead of just speaking our prayer requests, we must also listen to the Lord. Since His Word is the primary way He speaks to us, our prayer times should include Bible reading. When the Lord has an answer for us from His Word, it’s amazing how He can take us to the exact Scripture passages we desperately need. However, if we pray yet fail to listen, we’ll miss the blessing of hearing from Him and will be no better off than before.
Devote yourself to prayer.
The Scriptures repeatedly tell us to devote ourselves to prayer (Col. 4:2). Devotion requires that we not only set aside uninterrupted time for prayer, but that we also think seriously about what we’re asking. We must give God the time and attention He deserves in order to have a growing relationship with Him.
Prayer is our most profitable activity.
The time we spend with the Lord affects our lives in a variety of ways.
• It’s the method God uses to meet our needs (Phil. 4:19).
• He comforts us in our times of trial and heartache by assuring us of His presence with us and His willingness to help us.
• Prayer is a channel through which we build an intimate relationship with God and sense His love for us.
• The Lord strengthens us in times of temptation as we believe His promises and seek His help (1 Cor. 10:13).
• God is faithful to forgive our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness as we confess our sins to Him in prayer (1 John 1:9).
• Prayer is our source of guidance as we seek the Lord’s direction and listen for His instructions (Ps. 32:8).
• God helps us understand His Word as we read and ask Him to speak to our hearts.
• Prayer is a shield that protects us from anxiety and worries when we remember that He has full control and provides the grace we need in every situation.
• Through prayer, the Lord gives us courage and confidence to face challenges, and reminds us that He puts sovereign limitations on the burdens we carry.
• Prayer brings God’s emotional and physical healing as well as guidance when we’re confused about the hurts we experience.
• We receive the Holy Spirit’s power, which strengthens us to face difficult situations.
• Prayer can impact other people anywhere in the world because it creates a holy triangle between us, God, and whomever we pray for.
RESPONSE
• To determine if prayer is a priority, ask yourself: How often do I pray? What prompts or hinders me? How can I make prayer a daily lifestyle?
• How confident are you that the Lord will answer your requests? What does God’s Word say about His faithfulness in answering prayer?
• What do you think would happen if instead of bemoaning your inadequacies, you thanked the Lord for them?


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