The Treasure Chest – Spirit-Led Prayer Organizer
40 Prayer Approaches to Meet Your Needs
I worked construction in my teens and twenties, and built a house which we lived in for many years. So I have a fairly extensive workbench and tool box in my garage, containing tools which I know how to use.
Some of the more than 40 tools I own and used to build my physical home include: hammer, sledge hammer, nails, crosscut saw, skill saw, jig saw, hack saw, chisels, flat screwdrivers, phillips screwdrivers, allen wrench, various size crescent wrenches, pipe wrench, pliers, needle nose pliers, adjustable pliers, locking pliers, trowels, mixing pails, paints, various size paint brushes, various adhesives, step ladder, extension ladder, tool belt, face mask, sand paper, wood files, metal files, stipple brush, paint roller, utility knife, measuring tape, square, level, tin snips, hole punch, stilts, extension cords, power drill, power staple gun and caulking gun.
I would like to offer you 40 tools (prayer approaches) God has taught me over the years which I have used to build strong spiritual homes for myself and others. I certainly want to be as adept with tools to build a spiritual house as I am with tools to build a physical house, so I have taken the time to learn to use these as needed. I encourage you in a similar endeavor.
The links to the 40 blogs which compose these 40 Spirit-led prayer approaches can be found here. Review them, use them and share them with your friends.
For your daily devotions, you can ask, "Lord, what is my need today?" and hear from Him which prayer approach will be most life-giving for you to utilize as your meditation for the day. Devotionals need never be dull, boring, repetitious or mundane again! Now you have 40 to choose from to meet your needs and the needs of those you counsel.
I have recommended these links to people from around the world who have asked for prayer, and received wonderful testimonies back of healing and restoration taking place in their lives. Praise God. May your testimony be next!