“Sometimes as we wait on the Holy Spirit, He will free our minds and lips to express our longings to God. At other times, we may just kneel before the Lord in silence knowing that the Holy Spirit is bringing our petitions before God.”*
“Pray in the power of the Holy Spirit” (Jude 20 NLT).
*Mark Bubeck, Warfare Praying, p.79.
“We do not know what to do, but our eyes are on you” (2 Chronicles 20:12).
The battle is not yours, but God’s (2 Chronicles 20:15).
With his sword unsheathed and his armor in place, he went directly to the King with the stain of battle still on his garments.*
His sword of the Spirit is the Word of God and his armor is salvation, truth, righteousness, and faith (see Ephesians 6:13-17).
*Dallas Theological Seminary Magazine, Fall 2018, p. 23.
Pour out your heart like water in the presence of the Lord (Lamentations 2:19).
We can pray even when we don’t know what to say.
He does not faint or grow weary (Job 40:28).
God never ever gets tired of listening to honest prayer.
No purpose of God’s can be thwarted (from Job 42:2).
Pray like this: Your will be done (Matthew 6:10).
The Lord has said, “Whatever is under the whole heaven is mine” (Job 41:11).
Pray remembering everything is God’s.