Current Study: Nehemiah.
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The Praying Through the Bible project began in 2010 as a new way study and practice prayer. Its goal is to study every passage that even mentions prayer, beginning in Genesis. Each post explores each prayer with discussions of background, meaning, and application.
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Previous Prayer Studies
What is the connection between prayer and action? Between God’s actions and our responsibility? This story of Nehemiah and his prayers gives us the answers to those questions.read more
In modern world (at least in the Western world) we do not offer many prayer vows. Many may not even know what a “prayer-vow” sounds like. Yet, there are many prayer vows in the Bible—two in Genesis. Dr. McDowell examines the practice of prayer-vows—both proper ones...read more
Sometimes God calls us to do unexpected things—perhaps life-changing, perhaps just altering a daily course. But rather than dive right into action, the right thing might be to spend time in serious, open prayer, like Nehemiah.read more
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