Here Are The Prayers Control-freaks Don’t Want You To Pray

Written by Doug Giles on February 6, 2021

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Can you truly call yourself a ‘prayer warrior’ if you’ve never put the spiritual ‘big guns’ to use?

What ‘big guns’ you say? I’m glad you asked.

As much as we love the Second Amendment around here, we’re talking about a whole other dimension of conflict. The one where Paul said, “…our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places.”

Most of you have heard some kind of sermons and teachings about different kinds of prayer — repentance, petitions, praise, thanksgiving.

But have heard about the kind of prayer that rains judgment down from the Throne of God himself? I’m guessing ‘no’.

But it’s time you did. After all, there’s a reason Mary Queen of Scots reportedly said, “I fear the prayers of John Knox more than all the assembled armies of Europe.”

Are you ready to learn about the ‘other’ kind of prayer, the one sweet king David himself used, that makes God-hating tyrants tremble?

Buckle up. This is like nothing like what you may have heard on those old-school Sunday School flannelgraphs.

And the other side REALLY hopes you stay in the dark about this tool.

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