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Psalm 86 GNT - A Prayer for Help - Listen to me, LORD, - Bible Gateway
By Robert Velarde. January 1, Share on facebook. Share on twitter. Share on pinterest. Share on print. Share on email. Isn't it interesting that out of all the disciples only one of them asked Jesus to teach them to pray?
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It sometimes seems the church is in a similar situation today regarding prayer. We talk about prayer, we study prayer, we say our prayers, but how many of us actually seek earnestly for God to teach us to pray?
We also learn that John the Baptist taught his disciples to pray and, as a result, the disciples of Jesus were also interested in learning to pray, or at least one of them was! Why did Jesus pray? One way we can learn to pray is by looking at the prayer life of Jesus. After all, if Jesus is God, why did Christ need to pray? Theologically speaking, there are at least three reasons that Jesus prayed.
First, Jesus prayed as an example to his followers. This is an example we continue to learn from, as this article demonstrates.
Second, the Incarnation consists of both divine and human natures. From His human nature, it was perfectly natural for a Jewish believer such as Christ to pray.
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Third, the nature of the Trinity allows for communication between its members. Jesus and Prayer Jesus prayed for others. I am not praying for the world, but for those you have given Me, for they are Yours. Jesus prayed with others.
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Jesus prayed in nature. But there were times when Jesus made the decision to pray where He was, which often happened to be in nature. Jesus could pray as a sprinter or a marathon runner. But Jesus also knew how to dedicate long periods of time to prayer. Jesus prayed regularly. Throughout the Gospels whenever we read of Jesus and prayer, it comes up regularly and naturally. Can we say the same about prayer in our life?
The prayers of Jesus were heartfelt.
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