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Good Examples - by Michael Phillips
1 Corinthians - Part 21
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1 Corinthians 16:14-18
Nov 11, 2012 am - What do you pray for in your daily prayers? If you're like me, you pray for yourself, your family, your church, and your friends. How you portion out your time differs from day to day. When I've done something especially bad, I spend more time praying for myself, for pardon and the power to make things right, as far as I can, and to do better the next time. If a friend is sick, I spend less time on myself, and more time praying for him, that the Lord would heal him--if that's His will--and that He would use my friend's sickness to develop the image of Christ more fully in him. These are the needs I pray for on a daily basis. And I suppose your prayers are about the same as mine. In light of today's text, I think we need to add an item to our daily prayer list. It's something I haven't prayed much for in the past, and maybe you haven't either. But we need to, because, other than God Himself and His Gospel, there's nothing we need more than what we have in 1 Corinthians 16:14-18. What's the passage about? It's about a man named Stephanas and his family. So, are we praying for them? Of course not: they're with the Lord now, and they don't need our prayers. But what they were then and ... More >>>

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