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Eph. 6:18 - Intercession & All Manner of Prayer
This teaching comes in the context of teaching about Eph. 6:18. Read Eph. 6:18 from a couple of different translations.
Lead Question for each section:
What stood out to you from the video segment? Any favorite quotes? Anything confuse you?
Section 1 - HCSKL 2011 - Day 48 - (1:34:00 to 1:43:16)
1:35:20 - Where is prayer not to come from? What motivations? Why is praying because you've been hurt a "zero prayer"?
1:35:40 - What motivation should we be praying from? What does that look like in a situation where you have just been hurt by someone?
1:36:35 - How can you be real with God and yet pray from faith - in faith?
1:37:00 - Why doesn't Dan relate to hurt? Is it because he hasn't been through trials? What has God changed about Dan that keeps him from relating to hurt?
1:40:00 - We have the privilege of interceding, but what does it mean to intercede? What are we doing?
Section 2 - HCSKL 2011 - Day 48 - (1:43:16 to 1:49:39)
1:43:20 - What makes certain forms of "intercession" unhealthy? What's off track about them?
1:44:50 - At the end of the day, what is it that true intercession is always conscious of and proclaiming? What should our lives continue to do, despite the severity of the circumstances of the people we are interceding for? How should we see them as we intercede for them?
1:49:00 - Can you identify with the idea that in intercession you are praying the heart of God back to God? Have you ever felt like this in prayer?
Section 3 - HCSKL 2011 - Day 48 - (1:52:27 to 1:57:10)
What's the difference between supplication and intercession?
Bonus Section - as time permits - HCSKL 2011 - Day 48 - (1:57:10 to 2:05:49) - Jesus intercedes for Peter.
Bonus Explanation - HCSKL 2010 - Day 45 - (13:12 to 20:15) - "Pray at all times in the Spirit" - Is Paul talking about tongues there?