Vision for Prayer
You communicate with God often
You maintain an ongoing conversation with God – and you prioritize prayer as a part of your rhythm. As you hear about needs in the lives of others, you see prayer as an obvious next step for them, and you’re willing to pray for them, and perhaps even with them, if the situation is right. And of course, in your own life and heart, prayer isn’t just a list of needs or wants – it’s actually a conversation with Someone you love.
Through the Bible and church history, it is clear that prayer is critical to revival, and that prayerful men and women are often behind the scenes of pivotal, history-making moments. God could use you greatly in this regard (and He may already be doing so) – in some ways that you can see, and in other ways that won’t be fully known until heaven. Continuing to build upon the strength of prayer in your life, and inviting others to share in prayer moments with you, could be among your greatest contributions to the kingdom of God.
Errors to Avoid:
- being frustrated at lack of prayer interest in others
- assuming that prayer is as natural for others as it is for you
- becoming a Pharisee who is proud of his/her devotional life
- seeing prayer as a substitute for other areas of obedience (evangelism, action, etc.)
- feeling guilt during seasons of less prayer or focus
Desire for Purity
Awareness of God's Presence
Hunger for the Bible
Desire for Worship
Vision for Prayer
YOUR GROWTH PLAN
Life in Action Devotional
Oftentimes God uses exercises like this to show us areas in our life that need work. Our 365-day devotional is a great way to aid your personal growth. Use this tool to spend quality time with God
Prepare to be amazed at what He begins to do in your life!