4:5 A Proper Perspective in Prayer

Uplift for Servants
4:5 A Proper Perspective in Prayer
/

Devotional by Harold Vaughn

After graduating from Bible College in 1979, Harold Vaughan immediately began full-time evangelism. To date, his ministry has led him to preach in forty-eight states and many foreign countries. Shortly after entering full-time evangelism in 1979, Harold and his wife Debbie were married. Harold and Debbie have three grown sons.

Notes

“Prayer is being on speaking terms with Jesus.”
“Feeling our weakness makes room for God, but feeling discouraged makes room for the enemy.”
“Feeling our weakness makes room for God, but feeling discouraged makes room for the enemy.”
“Prayer is telling God what we lack. Intercession is telling God what other people lack.”
“Thanking God is the very first step of faith.”
“Stop praying with question marks. Start praying with exclamation points.”

The greatest qualification for prayer is helplessness.
The greatest asset in prayer is need.
The greatest requirement for prayer is imperfect faith.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.