Paul’s epistles are some of my favorite books of the Bible.
They are jam-packed with encouragement, conviction, challenge, and reminders that our salvation rests solely on God’s grace.
In fact, I love the Pauline epistles so much, that I have a Bible study through the book of Galatians and another one through the book of Ephesians.
I am working on Philippians, and hope to have one done for the book of Colossians as well.
One practice that I’m working on improving in my own prayer life is praying scripture.
The Word of God has great power; but somehow I think that if we would choose to pair prayer up with scripture and actually pray scripture in situations and circumstances of our lives that it would be like a shot of nitro to our prayers!
Praying the Word of God is an exciting and effective way to pray!
Hi, my name is Rosilind and I am a Bible study leader and author.
I am a student of the Bible and hold an Associates degree in theology. I love God’s Word and I enjoy teaching others how to have an effective quiet time, even as busy moms and homemakers.
As I have prepared for these prayer challenges I have found exciting scriptures to target specific areas of our Christian walk.
In these 30 Day Prayer Challenges for Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians you will find a Bible verse or passage for each day that will teach you about faith and inspire you to begin discovering a new ability to walk in great faith.
To use these workbooks, you will read the given verse or passage from the day and write out an observation about that verse or passage.
Then you will write out a prayer to the Lord, using the verse or passage for that day as a guide.
Using God’s Word as a guide for our prayers is such a powerful tool.
It is also a powerful weapon, combining the sword of the Spirit and the weapon of prayer into one atomic weapon against the enemy who seeks to destroy us.