Prayer

Precision in Prayer – Charles Spurgeon

Precision in Prayer – Charles Spurgeon

There is a general kind of praying which fails for lack of precision. It’s as if a regiment of soldiers were to all fire off their weapons anywhere. Possibly somebody would be killed, but the majority of the enemy would be missed.

– Charles Spurgeon –

A Traditional Prayer

A Traditional Prayer

Teach us, good Lord, to serve Thee more faithfully; to give and not to count the cost; to fight and not to heed the wounds; to toil and not to seek for rest; to labour and not to ask for any reward, save that of knowing that we do Thy will, O Lord our God.

– A Traditional Prayer –

The Weapon of Prayer – Watchman Nee

The Weapon of Prayer – Watchman Nee

Prayer is work. The experiences of many children of God demonstrate that it accomplishes far more than does any other form of work. It is also warfare, for it is one of the weapons in fighting the enemy. However, only prayer in the spirit is genuinely effectual.

– Watchman Nee –

Fall On Your Knees – FB Meyer

Fall On Your Knees – FB Meyer

Fall on your knees and grow there. There is no burden of the spirit but is lighter by kneeling under it. Prayer means not always talking to Him, but waiting before Him till the dust settles and the stream runs clear.

– FB Meyer –

In Prayer – Alexander Smellie

In Prayer – Alexander Smellie

In prayer… I must wrestle like Jacob, and pant like David, and hope like Elijah, and be persistent like Bartimaeus, and cry with tears like my blessed Lord.

– Alexander Smellie –

Charles Spurgeon’s One Prayer

Charles Spurgeon’s One Prayer

I have now concentrated all my prayers into one, and that one prayer is this, that I may die to self, and live wholly to him.

– Charles H. Spurgeon –