The Lord’s Prayer: “Amen!”
1. When we say “Amen” we affirm something as the truth. (1 Thessalonians 5:21; Philippians 4:8; John 17:17)
2. Jesus Christ is very blessedly God’s Amen to all His covenant promises! (Revelation 3:14; 2 Corinthians 1:20; Romans 8:32)
3. When we say “Amen,” we agree to take action based on what we have affirmed. (James 1:22; John 14:15)
“Amen” is not the end, but the beginning (of action). So, what action will you take in your life now that we have completed this series on prayer?
Will you commit yourself to a regular time of prayer?
Will you set aside a place to pray such as a war room or prayer closet?
Will you write out prayers or record prayer requests and answers in a journal?
Will you review the notes from this series and reflect on the application questions?
Will you use God’s Word and promises to guide your prayers?
Will you submit your will to His that His Kingdom may advance?
Will you trust Him for your daily bread?
Will you thank Him for answered prayer?
Will you obey what He has shown you in His Word and will you apply it to your life?
It is my prayer and hope that we all grow in our relationship with the Lord through prayer and that our prayers more and more reflect God’s Will and Word as we draw closer and closer to Him. Amen!