1). What is prayer?

The most basic definition of prayer is “talking to God.” Prayer is not meditation or passive reflection; it is direct address to God. It is the communication of the human soul with the Lord who created the soul. Prayer is the primary way for the believer in Jesus Christ to communicate his emotions and desires with God and to fellowship with God.
2). What position should we pray?

It’s not the position that’s important, but the heart of the person praying. That is why Jesus taught the disciples how to pray, but so much as what position to pray in; God is concern with our hearts! If you are sick and can’t get out of bed to get on your knees, than what? It’s the heart He want to communicate with, amen.

3). Describe the Greek word translated “pray in.”

The Greek word translated “pray in” can have several different meanings. It can mean “by means of,” “with the help of,” “in the sphere of,” and “in connection to.” Praying in the Spirit does not refer to the words we are saying. Rather, it refers to how we are praying.

4). What is praying in the Spirit?

Praying in the Spirit is praying according to the Spirit’s leading. It is praying for things the Spirit leads us to pray for.

5). What is the difference in praying in the Spirit and praying in tongues?

First Corinthians 14:14 states that when a person prays in tongues, he does not know what he is saying since it is spoken in a language he does not know. Further, no one else can understand what is being said, unless there is an interpreter (1 Corinthians 14:27-28). As said earlier, praying in the Spirit is praying according to what the Spirit wants to pray, or as lead by the Holy Spirit. I know when the Spirit starts to pray, because it’s all new and fresh to me too. I benefit from it too! It’s awesome!

6). Explain perpetual prayer.

I believe it is praying without ceasing. We must always in prayer to God in our hearts.

7). Explain petitionary prayer

It is a petition to God to affect the outcome of a situation, it is also intercessory prayer.

8). Explain powerful prayer

A powerful prayer is one like Moses or Elijah when he prayed and God responded to him in a gentle still voice (I Kings 19:11-12).

9). Explain perseverant prayer

Perseverant prayer is when a person is steadfast in prayer to God; Luke says Jesus said that a man ought always prayer, amen.

10). Explain purposeful prayer

This is when we add purpose to our prayer to God

11). What do praise has to do with prayer?

Praise is a very important way of praying to God; we should always praise God for what He has done and always will do for us. We must be graceful to God. In our prayers lets show that we appreciate our God and His Son Jesus.

12). Is repentance a prayer? Explain.

Yes it is! When we pray the sinner’s prayer we are praying a repentance prayer.

13). Making your request known is what?

This prayer is asking God, we make our request known to God when we ask Him for anything that lines up with His Word.

14). Whose name should we mention in our prayers, and why?

Jesus is the name above all other names that we use to pray to God, because God has ordain it to be, and Jesus is the one who died for us.

15). Prayer overcomes all foes.

16). This armor of location is what? Explain.

It’s all-encompassing, I truly believe it’s in our hearts too.

17). What do this lesson call busyness, stress, discouragement, and quilt?

This is our enemies! It keeps us from praying to God

18). Prayer is the channel God uses so His strength can flow into our lives.

19). Read Ephesians 6:18 “Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints;”

20). Read Jude 20 “But ye, beloved, building up yourselves on your most holy faith, praying in the Holy Ghost,”

21). Read 1 Corinthians 14:15, 27-28. “What is it then? I will pray with the spirit, and I will pray with the understanding also: I will sing with the spirit, and I will sing with the understanding also.”