The Prayer of Consecration or Dedication

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July 16, 2017  //  This is part five of a nine-part teaching series on prayer.  The prayer of Consecration or Dedication is an act of faith to set ourselves apart to follow God’s will.  We see Jesus doing this in Garden of Gethsemane, and when parents Baptize a child as they dedicate it to God and promise to raise the child up in the Church and live as an example of Christ.   We can also consecrate our homes and families to God as seen in Joshua 24:15.  Church grounds, buildings, and cemeteries are also consecrated or made holy for God’s use.  This type of prayer is about setting aside yourself or something for God’s use.  It is about taking a stand against Satan.   Luke 22:41-42, 1 Samuel 1:24-28, Joshua 24:15

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