The Art of Prayer | Kenneth E Hagin

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Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints. — Ephesians 6:18. Notice that says, “Praying . . . with ALL prayer. …” The Amplified translation reads, “Pray . . . with ALL [MANNER of] prayer. . . .” Another translation reads, “Praying with ALL KINDS of prayer. . . .” But the translation that really strikes a note in my own spirit is Good speed’s. It reads, “Use EVERY KIND of prayer and entreaty, and at every opportunity pray in the Spirit. . . .” The Bible teaches several kinds of prayer — and the different rules governing them. The church world makes a mistake in not differentiating between those different kinds of praying. We sim-ply put all prayer in the same sack and shake it all out together. Many prayers are not working because people are using the wrong rules and laws.

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