The Prayers of Thanksgiving and Worship

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July 9, 2017  //  This is part four of a nine-part teaching series on prayer.  Prayers of thanksgiving and worship are two slightly different types of prayer that are often combined.  The prayer of Thanksgiving is simply a prayer when you are thanking God for what He has done.  It focuses upon how God is moving in our lives, around the world, and across history.  It is also a time to thank God for what Christ has done for us.  The prayer of Thanksgiving should be a regular part of our life, even in the toughest times. The prayer of Worship simply focuses upon who God is.  Praising God for being the good God that He is and worshiping Him through prayer brings us into His presence.  When we combine these two (Thanksgiving and Worship), it is a powerful weapon against the enemy.  It disarms the two most deadly weapons to our Christian walk:  Unbelief and satanic attacks.  Thanksgiving and Worship prayers are a double-edged sword that helps us fight evil. Philippians 4:6; Colossians 4:2; Psalm 100; Matthew 26:27; Luke 2:20, Luke 18:43; John 11:41

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