Based on Hebrews 12 -By: Dr. F.E.Marsh


1. Stripped Bodies.  Lay aside every weight.  v. 1

2. Looking Eyes.  Looking unto Jesus. v.2

3. Lifting Hands.  Lift up the hands. v.12

4. Straight Paths.   Make straight paths. v.13

5. Pursuing Feet.  Follow peace.  v.14

6. Alert Attention.  Looking diligently. v.15

7. Good Service.  Serve God acceptably. v25

-F.E. Marsh

The Secret to Praying


G. Campbell Morgan

G.Campbell Morgan

No man will pray always who neglects the formation of the habit of regular prayer.  The disciple who regularly observes a place and time and method will gradually find the habit learned in the secret place is binding through all the public life.  A confirmed habit of regular prayer will create regularity and constancy amidst all irregularities of time and place and method. Prayer in the secret place will create a spirit which will obtain in all public places. Fellowship with God as an activity will issue in Fellowship with God as an attitude. -G. Campbell Morgan


The Word of God and Prayer


E.M. Bounds

The Word of God is the fulcrum upon which the lever of prayer is placed, and by which things are mightily moved.  God has committed Himself, His purpose, and His promise to prayer.  His Word became the basis, the inspiration of our praying, and there are circumstances under which, by importunate prayer, we may obtain an addition, or an enlargement of His promises.

Prayer is the kind of  theme and content of the Bible’s message to mankind.  It is the basis, the directory of the prayer of faith. –  E.M. Bounds

Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all we ask or think, according to the power that works in us, to Him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus to all generations, forever and ever. Amen.