2 Kings 4:27-37
A. Are you a warrior when it comes to prayer?
1. Is your prayer life described as courageous, fortitude, and zeal?
2. Do you shut the door to the enemy and run to the Father during your greatest battles?
a. How do you shut the door to the enemy?
b. When you are broken, do you dwell in the brokenness or run to the Healer?
B. Are you honest before God with your feelings?
1. Are you careful who you share your brokenness with?
2. Is your prayer life known by casting your burden on the Lord (Psalm 55:22) and leaving it there?
C. Elijah was just a man with like passions, yet he prayed and God moved.
1. Do you believe God can do the miraculous through your prayers?
2. Are you praying effectual fervent prayers through your righteous lifestyle?
D. Are you passive in your prayer life?
1. Does the enemy trying to disappoint you cause you to give up or be more passionate in your pursuit of God?
2. With Romans 8:31-32 – why would we ever give up in prayer?
3. Do you realize that the enemy is wasting his time with you when you realize that God is for us?
E. Will you let the Prayer Warrior in you arise?
1. Will you take no for an answer if you know you are praying according to God’s will?
2. Is your passion in prayer moving God to action?
3. Do you have the faith to believe all will be well?
A. Do you worship the Lord more than the answer?
B. Do you have a grateful heart?
C. Do you worship the Lord as passionately as you pray?
Posted on Fri, December 2, 2016
by Luciana Hagee