Two Perfect Prayers

Friends, I recently shared a message in which I talked about how the Holy Spirit helps us in our prayer life, specifically how the Spirit reminds Christians that we have been adopted into God’s family. 

In this clip from that sermon, I talk about the only two times that we can pray perfect prayers, and I make reference to two passages of Scripture: John 14:26 and Romans 8:26-27. Take a listen… 

The Spirit of Truth reminds us of everything God has said to us in His Word, and He helps us turn those promises into prayers (see John 14:26). 

The Spirit of Intercession gives us a prayer language unknown to our logical mind, whereby we pray in a language in which we have no control over the words being spoken (see Romans 8:26-27; 1 Corinthians 12:4-10). 

Only when we pray God’s Words directly back to Him, or when we pray in tongues as the Holy Spirit enables us, are we praying a perfect, unselfish, God-glorifying prayer.

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2 Responses to “Two Perfect Prayers”

  1. Sophia Lorena Benjamin Says:

    thanks for sharing this. will try viewing the clip when I get an opportunity. Just wanted to wish you well and let you know there’ someone who just prayed for your long pending prayer thats been on top of your list to be answered. read Mark 11 and claim the verse that shouts out to you from the chapter and you will have your answer. Blessings.


  2. “Prayer Is Irksome” | Craig T. Owens Says:

    […] We don’t have time to pray. We always have the Holy Spirit with us, and He reminds us of the Word and helps us pray. So we can pray anytime, anywhere, no matter what […]


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