A Prayer Stir Up

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4 “The sin of prayerlessness has been all too apparent. In our abounding wealth and self-sufficiency, we have not had any strong inward necessity driving us to prayer. Many of our prayer meetings need closing down.” (William MacDonald)

4 “The superficial results of many a ministry, the deadness of others, are to be found in the lack of praying. No ministry can succeed without much praying, and this praying must be fundamental, everabiding, ever-increasing. The text, the sermon, should be the result of prayer. The study should be bathed in prayer, all its duties so impregnated with prayer, its whole spirit the spirit of prayer.” (E.M. Bounds)

4 “By being persistent in prayer we show how highly we prize God’s blessings, and God is more inclined to grant His blessings to those who prize them.” (Roger Ellsworth)

4 “Work as if everything depended upon your work, and pray as if everything depended upon your prayer.” (William Booth)

4 “The best prayers have often more groans than words.” (John Bunyan)

“And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works,” (Hebrews 10:24)

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