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Will You Please Pray for Me

November 6, 2016
Bible Text: Romans 15:30-33 | Preacher: Dr. George A. Mulford | Series: Romans: The Gospel of God's Grace The apostle Paul was a remarkable man, a great missionary, perhaps one of the greatest Christians of all time in spite of great difficulties, and God used him in marvelous ways.  Here is a man who was on top of the heap, spiritually speaking, and yet, he felt it necessary to have people battling for him in prayer. So, while Paul is asking for people to pray for him, he was really inviting them to join him as he served the Lord Jesus Christ. It's my fervent prayer that God will use this message to remind us of the importance of intercessory prayer and that we'll get busy praying for the needs of those who serve the Lord Jesus Christ, as well as praying for the needs of one another.
Bible Text: Roman 8:26-27 | Preacher: Dr. George A. Mulford | Series: Romans: The Gospel of God's Grace If you want to know how to get your prayers answered, one of the keys is right here in our text today. This passage talks about how we are sometimes weak in prayer, because we don't know what to pray for as we should, but the Holy Spirit intercedes for us. God knows what is in our hearts and minds. The Holy Spirit comes alongside of us as we travel through this harsh world and helps in our weaknesses and helps us to pray. So, this morning, I'm talking about help for your prayer life and at least three reasons our prayers are hindered.