In I Timothy 2:1-2, we are exhorted to care about and pray for all men, particularly those in authority. Listen for more details in this audio devotional.
A series of prayer requests are provided in II Thessalonians 3:1-2. This audio devotional takes a closer look at the requests and their potential application.
I Thessalonians 5:16-18, and this audio devotional, feature a list of short statements - commands - that work together, but can also be applied individually.
Peter was in prison "but prayer was made," and it made all the difference. We discuss the work of prayer in this Acts 12:5 audio devotional.
This audio devotional discusses the first words of Ananias to God when he learned of Saul's conversion and his role in the story. It is based on Acts 9:13-14.
Righteousness and fervency are addressed in James 5:16, as it regards prayer. This audio devotional takes a look at both.
"The Lord is nigh" to all that call upon Him. This is the lesson of Psalm 145:19 and the focus of this audio devotional.
This is an audio devotional focused on Psalm 116:1-2 called "Inclined his ear." It is about God's attentiveness.
The declaration in Psalm 88:1-3 that "my soul is full of troubles" is the basis for this audio devotional. It is an encouragement to be honest in prayer.
David asks God in Psalm 55:1 to "hide not thyself" as he makes supplication. This audio devotional takes a closer look at the verse.
There is something about getting up and addressing the Lord in the morning. This is our audio devotional's focus today, based on Psalm 5:3.
We must pray for one another to speak the gospel boldly as "I ought to speak." This audio devotional is taken from Ephesians 6:19-20.