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Prayer assumes the sovereignty of God. If God is not sovereign, we have no assurance that He is able to answer our prayers. Our prayers would become nothing more than wishes. But while God’s sovereignty, along with His wisdom and love, is the foundation of our trust in Him, prayer is the expression of trust.

Prayer assumes the sovereignty of God. If God is not sovereign, we have no assurance that He is able to answer our prayers. Our prayers would become nothing more than wishes. But while God’s sovereignty, along with His wisdom and love, is the foundation of our trust in Him, prayer is the expression of trust.

Reference:  Copied from Is God Really In Control? Trusting God in a World of Hurt by Jerry Bridges, copyright 2006, p. 69-70. Used by permission of NavPress - www.navpress.com. All rights reserved.


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If most of our prayers are really a reflection of our concepts of the glory and power of God, our theology is in serious need of overhaul.

If most of our prayers are really a reflection of our concepts of the glory and power of God, our theology is in serious need of overhaul.

Reference:  Spiritual Warfare, Crossway, 1991, p. 139.