Prayer after Golgotha

By: Mary Felde
Found in: Editorials

Jesus told the disciples “on that day you will pray…” So, first, we can see that prayer belongs to the New Covenant believer! Then Jesus continued and said that the way we pray would change once we came to the New Covenant.

I’ve several times heard and read T.L. Osborn tell how after he discovered the finished work of Jesus Christ, it took him two years to adjust his prayer-life accordingly.

In this GGN newsletter Steve McVey and Peter Youngren share with you some very helpful words about prayer. There is also much more to say about this important topic, so in the study-corner we have referred to some materials you may obtain for further study. Some of it is available on the web free of charge, while others have to be purchased.  We highly recommend the teachings.

Let’s ask the Lord for revelation and understanding of this wonderful and powerful privilege of prayer. Let’s also continue to grow in understanding on how to rightly divide the Word of God when it comes to prayer before and after Pentecost. The cross of Jesus made a huge difference and God is now a reconciled God and our loving Father.

We are grateful for your e-mails telling how God has brought changes to lives, families and ministries through the revelation of the Word of God. You are important to God, and it is our great privilege to be able to stay in contact with you through these newsletters.

By: Mary Felde

Mary Felde is a missionary and worldwide speaker of the Word of God. She has thought in churches, seminars, conferences, and Bible schools on four continents.

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