“Lord, teach us to pray…” (Luke 11:1).
As Marshall Segal (2016) points out, prayer is a conscious, personal communication with the God. God has established prayer as the means by which we receive his supernatural help. Without supernatural help we cannot live a life worthy of our calling as believers.
Everything that distinguishes Christians from the world in a Christ-exalting way is the work of God’s supernatural grace. God has ordained prayer as the means through which His grace flows to us, which is why prayer must be central (not peripheral) in our lives, families and ministries.
Following are our prayer needs …