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Podcast > Praying for Keeps > Prayer Conditioning

June 26, 2006

No one who ever lived believed in prayer like Christ or prayed like He did. In fact, when the disciples stumbled across Jesus praying, they asked, “Jesus, teach us to pray.” They didn’t ask, “Jesus teach us to heal.” They didn’t ask, “Jesus teach us to preach.” Jesus prayed with power-packed, God-ordained words, and Jesus taught the disciples how to pray. In this message, Ed shares four biblical principles of effective prayer.

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Length: 29:03

Praying for Keeps Series
Learn the how to's of talking with God. Many people live wondering why their lives are not really coming together. They don’t feel the peace that surpasses all understanding. They don’t feel like they have a purpose or real strength in a situation. They don’t know which way to turn. The answer is prayer. You will never be the kind of person that you were meant to be until you learn how to talk to God. Walk through the process of prayer in this biblical guide to communicating with God.

Praying for Keeps


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