6 - Prayer and the Name of God (Gen 4.26)

by Markus McDowell | Praying Through the Bible

The first mention of prayer in the Bible is in Genesis 4.6, as people “…began to invoke the name of the LORD.” The name used here for “Lord” is packed with meaning, and offers a lot for us to think about in our own prayers.

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Context: Genesis 4.1-26 (biblica.com) – https://biblia.com/bible/esv/Gen%204
Book: Praying Through the Bible (Vol 1: Genesis–Joshua) – http://amzn.to/2DjInHX

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