Things that form prayers

Creator

Believers pray to their creator. The “creatorship” of God forms believer prayers.

Creators determine the creation’s purpose, form, and function.

  1. Pray that you will know God’s general and specific purpose for your life.
  2. Pray that you will know God’s purpose for the community.
  3. Pray that you will know and execute your part in fulfilling God’s purposes.

Prayer prayers that align with God’s purposes.

  1. What is God’s purpose for husbands?
  2. What is God’s purpose for wives?
  3. What is God’s purpose for the Church?
  4. What is God’s purpose for family, work, and relationships?

Sadly, many prayers have nothing to do with the Creator’s purposes.

When you comprehend the Creator’s purposes you’ll better know how to pray.

Father

Believers pray to their Father. Believer prayers can be formed by an understanding of our Father.

Fathers have hopes and dreams for their children.

  1. Pray you’ll fulfill God’s hopes and dreams for you.
  2. Pray for the guidance and wisdom that father’s give.
  3. Pray for the protection that father’s provide.

Understand the orientation of older fathers and grandfathers. Relationships gain importance as people gain in age. Relationships always matter but they matter more to the not-so-young. Old fathers treasure joyful, respectful relationships. They want the kids happy, self-sustaining, and near-by.

Your heavenly Father is relational. He pursues mankind for relationship. Not because He’s needy; because it’s His nature.

When you understand the Father’s hopes and dreams you’ll better know how to pray.

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