Pray in the Rain (7)

The past two Pray in the Rain posts have been about ASKING, and the importance of advocating answers that agree with the Lord. This post fits the same prayer type, but is different from ‘ordinary’ asking. How is intercession different? As with all prayer, there’s an...

Pray in the Rain (4)

A coming, terrible judgment and a great salvation that has its well-spring in Zion, reaching all nations and destroying “the shroud that enfolds all people” (Isaiah 25:7). The prophet gives his message and then prays: a prayer of trust (the key to inner peace in the...

Pray in the Rain (3)

The reminder We’re doing a Pray in the Rain series in the Wingspan blog posts. I take a scripture from Wingspan’s Pray Scripture Bank, set a focus and give a sample outline, or signposts to guide the praying. [See Isaiah 55:10-11 for the Word-as-rain image.] Use the...

Pray in the Rain (2)

Reminder of what we’re doing For a while, the blog posts will focus on one of the scriptures in the Pray Scripture Bank. I’ll set a focus and give a sample outline, or some signposts, to guide our pray in the rain experience (see Isaiah 55:10-11 for the Word-as-rain...

Pray in the Rain (1)

In the previous post, Agreeing with God, I touched on the importance of allowing the Lord’s thoughts (his Word to us) to shape what we say to him. It builds agreement with the Speaker and engages mind and emotions with his thoughts relating to our prayer focus. I...