Praying In The Spirit: What Is It? Who Can Do It? How Do We Do It?
Publish Date: 2013-03-11
Author: Terry Ivy
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Few believers ever accomplish the spiritual discipline of being commited to prayer. Most have good intentions to pray, but burn out, get tired or see it as an option only when an emergency occurs. And yet, we see in the New Testament the results of prayer by the early Church. What did they do which we seem to have missed? The Apostle Paul taught that all our prayers are to be in the Spirit. Is this the key? If so, what is it? Who can do it? How do we do it? In Praying in the Spirit, author Terry Ivy walks the reader through what the Scriptures teach concerning the Holy Spirit's ministry through prayer. He covers many topics including understanding true and false meditation, the different kinds of prayer, the various seasons of prayer, what the Bible says about praying with tongues, and the call to pray in faith. Prayer doesn't have to be a wearisome event. If we learn the true dynamics of praying in the Spirit, we learn how God gives us the form of our prayer in order to grant us the substance of it. In this book, we learn how prayer is the work of the Holy Spirit and how we can get in on His work instead of trying to get Him in on ours.