THE WAY TO ANSWERED PRAYER

Prayer, as well as the opportunity it skives for communion with God, is one of the central themes of the Scriptures. Throughout the Bible, patriarch, prophet, and apostle give counsel and instruction on prayer. Beyond all others, we have the teachings and example of the great Way-shower, Christ Jesus, who, after he gave to his followers the Lord's Prayer, said (Matt. 66:33), "Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you."

Seeking the kingdom of God demands study of the Bible, which is a timeless record of mankind's search for God and of the rewards that have followed persistent seeking. In the Scriptures there are many definitive terms for God, ranging from God's pronouncement to Moses (Ex. 3:14), "I AM THAT I AM," to Jesus' tender appellative (Matt. 6:9), "Our Father which art in heaven." Human language cannot adequately express the sublime height and breadth and greatness of Deity.

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