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Prayer Verses

Let Heaven Break Through – New Song and Prayer – 4k Music Video

Let Heaven Break Through,  a new song and prayer based on the Lord’s Prayer in Matthew chapter six of the Bible.  In the phrase of the Lord’s prayer “Your will be done on earth as in heaven” means to pray what is in the heavens to the earth. In the heavens God is fully in control. Jesus taught us to pray this prayer. So pray let heaven break through and let God break through. This is a wonderful prayer when we get hit with all kinds of situations as we live our daily life.

Prayer: Father, Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Please bring heaven to the earth, Let Heaven Break Through.

The Lyrics are:

Title: A Prayer, Let Heaven Break Through

Let Heaven break through
Let God break through
So pray and pray let God come in
Let heaven rule upon earth
Thy will in heaven, come to the earth
Thy will be done on earth as in heaven
Let Heaven break through

Let Heaven break through
Let God break through
So pray and pray let God come in
Let heaven rule upon earth
Thy will in heaven, come to the earth
Thy kingdom come, Thy kingdom come
Let Heaven break through

Let Heaven break through
Thy will be done, thy kingdom come
On earth as in heaven
Let Heaven break through

Words by Drew Haninger (c) AnimatedFaith.com

Prayer - Let Heaven Break Through

 

Enjoy scenery from Israel, Oregon, Idaho, Washington and California. Enjoy the time lapse waterfall blurred video of the mighty Palouse Falls. Enjoy the sun breaking through on the Sea of Galilee, Israel.

Prayer - Let Heaven Break Through

New Song: Let Heaven Break Through

New Song: Let Heaven Break Through

Abba Father, Teach Us to Pray — Ask, Seek, Knock – 4k Music Video

A beautiful new prayer song from Matthew 7:7, John 15 and Romans 8. One critical aspect to prayer to learning how to ask in a simple way. This is followed by seeking the Lord why sometimes our prayers are not getting through. Then another step is: when we are desperate in prayer to know how to knock until the door opens. Enjoy this simple prayer song:

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The lyrics are:

Abba Father, teach us to pray
Ask and it will be given you
Seek and you will find
Knock and it will be opened to you
Oh that precious name
Jesus Jesus

Abba Father, teach us to pray
We Pray to the Father in Jesus name
In Jesus precious name We pray
Oh what Joy
Oh that precious name
Jesus Jesus

Abba Father, teach us to pray
Ask and it will be given you
Seek and you will find
Knock and it will be opened to you
Oh that precious name
Jesus Jesus

Ask, Seek, Knock
Oh that precious name
Jesus Jesus

Words by Drew Haninger (c) AnimatedFaith.com

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Praying with God or God Praying with Us

Sometimes when we pray, it is hard to know who is initiating the prayer.  Is it us or God.  In Romans 8:26, Paul says the Spirit help us to pray.  But sometimes we are seeing a need and start praying.  Other times it seems we sense a need for prayer for someone or something. And then there is times we are with others and they initiate the prayer.

Sunset over the Columbia River

Sunset over the Columbia River

We are praying and asking God for the prayer of God.  Consider what Jesus talks about in John 15:7.   If you are one with the Lord, you are obeying the Lord, you are abiding in the Lord, and His Word is dwelling in you, then you are one with the Lord, and what the Lord wants to pray, you want to pray, what the Lord wants to ask the Father through your prayer, you want to ask the Father.  So who is really praying here?  Is it us praying or is it God praying?  It is kind of hard to understand.

Mount Hood, Oregon

Mount Hood, Oregon

The Example of Elijah in the book of James

James was a man of prayer.  In fact, James 5 talks about a similar principle. The last part of verse 16 says, “The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.” Then James goes on to talk about Elijah.  Verse 17, “Elijah was a man subject to like passions…” He was a man, just like we are. He had feelings just like you and I have. Then it says, “And he prayed earnestly” or the literal Greek is, “He prayed in prayer” or, “He prayed in his prayer”.  It is kind of a strange construction in the English. “He was a man of like passions as we are, and he prayed in prayer that it might not rain”. In other words, Elijah had an experience, here, of not praying his own prayer, but praying the prayer of God. You could say he prayed the prayer that God put on his heart, or prayed the prayer that God burdened him with.  Here Elijah was praying the prayer of God.

Columbia River, Oregon and Washington

Columbia River, Oregon and Washington

The Prayer Example of Young Samuel in the Old Testament

We have another prayer example of Samuel in the Old Testament.  This is the story of Samuel as a young boy.  He was learning how to serve God and how to do the things of God. He was just beginning, or barely beginning to hear the voice of God.  At one point, he thought Eli, the priest, was calling him, but he eventually learned that it was the Lord who was speaking to him. The phrase that Samuel repeated back to the Lord at this point was, “Speak Lord, for your servant hears.” In other words, Samuel had the attitude that whatever God would speak, he would hear, and whatever God asked him to do, he would do.

Columbia River, Oregon and Washington

Columbia River, Oregon and Washington

God Helps Us Pray

God Helps Us Pray

Here are three key verses in the Bible showing us how God helps us pray.  Even Elijah the great prophet in the Old Testament was weak like us, and many times had trouble knowing how to pray. In James 5, James describes Elijah as a man with “like passions” which means he has feelings and weaknesses like us. So don’t feel bad when you or I feel like we don’t know how to pray, or even don’t want to pray. Elijah had very similar feelings.

In this video I present three key verses in the Bible indicating how God helps us pray.

John 15:7
If ye abide in me, and my words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you.

Romans 8:26
Likewise the Spirit also helpeth our infirmities: for we know not what we should pray for as we ought: but the Spirit itself maketh intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered.

Hebrews 7:25
Wherefore he is able also to save them to the uttermost that come unto God by him, seeing he ever liveth to make intercession for them.

Morning Time for Prayer and Bible Reading

The morning time is an wonderful time to be with God in the Bible and prayer.  Jesus loved the morning time for prayer and Bible reading.

Morning time is an awesome time to connect and be with God in the Bible and prayer.

Just before the day gets started, take time in the morning to connect with God, the source of our life and our strength. He is the one to strengthen us through the whole day.

Consider these encouraging Bible verses on prayer in the morning.

Psalms 55:17—“Evening and morning and at noon I will pray, and cry aloud, and He shall hear my voice.

Mark 1:35—“Now in the morning, having risen a long while before daylight, He went out and departed to a solitary place; and there He prayed.”

Awesome Morning Prayer Time Video

Here is an awesome morning prayer time animation video.

Morning time is an awesome time to connect with God in the Bible and prayer.

Just before the day gets started, take time in the morning to connect with God, the source of our life and our strength. He is the one to strengthen us through the whole day.

Consider these encouraging Bible verses on prayer in the morning.

Psalms 55:17—“Evening and morning and at noon I will pray, and cry aloud, and He shall hear my voice.

Mark 1:35—“Now in the morning, having risen a long while before daylight, He went out and departed to a solitary place; and there He prayed.”

Jesus really liked the morning time for prayer and Bible reading.

Script, text and voice by me, animation and music by others.

Morning Prayer Encouragement

Morning Prayer Encouragement

Elijah Prayed Earnestly – Bible Prayers

Bible Prayers are prayers where the prayer words are in the Bible.  There are many prayers where the words of the prayer are right in the Bible.

Canon Beach Haystack Rock

Canon Beach Haystack Rock – Elijah Prayed

Sometime we don’t know what the words are, like when Jesus prayed all night.  We don’t know what He prayed, we just know the outcome the next day where He choose the twelve apostles.  There is a few Bible verses that are teachings on prayer, like the Lord’s Prayer.

I just love this Bible verse on prayer:  Elijah was a man with a nature like ours, and he prayed earnestly that it would not rain; and it did not rain on the land for three years and six months. — James 5:17

Psalm 22:19 But thou, Jehovah, be not far from me; O my strength, haste thee to help me.

Consider the verse in John 15:7 where the Lord Jesus says “If you abide in me and my words abide in you, ask what ever you wish and it shall be done.”  A big part of prayer is our mind being filled with the Words of the Bible.  The more our mind is renewed with God’s Word the more prayers get answered.  His word in our thinking causes us to pray closer to His will.

House of Prayer

Wow, the best Bible verse on this is:  Isaiah 56:7   I will bring them to My holy mountain, And make them joyful in My house of prayer. Their burnt offerings and sacrifices will be accepted on My altar;  My house shall be called a house of prayer for all nations.

Notice, it is a house of prayer, not a prayer room, not a place of prayer. A house is a place where we live and are comfortable. We typically live in our house almost everyday. Um, everyday is about how often we should pray.

Idaho Sunset

Idaho Sunset