Lesson 1, Topic 1
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7.2 Reflection: Source

Study biblical prayers. How is the prayer structured, where are the focal points and what can I learn from it?


  • Matthew 6:9-13 – Prayer for the expansion of the kingdom of God and redemption from evil
  • Matthew 9:37- Prayer for sending out workers into the harvest (mission) 
  • John 17 – Prayer for unity, protection, sanctification and revelation of the glory of Jesus 
  • Acts 4:29 – Prayer for boldness in proclaiming the Gospel with signs and wonders
  • Romans 10:1 – Prayer for the salvation of Israel
  • Romans 15:5 and 13 – Prayer for unity and the fulfillment of peace, joy and hope
  • Corinthians 1:5 – Prayer for spiritual gifts, proclamation and prophetic revelation
  • Ephesians 1:17 – Prayer for the revelation of the beauty of God and enlightened eyes
  • Ephesians 3:16 – Prayer for the power of the Spirit and the revelation of Jesus’ love
  • Philippians 1:9 – Prayer for an increase in love and preparation for the coming of Jesus
  • Colossians 1:9 – Prayer for knowledge of the will of God and further blessings
  • Thessalonians 1:11 – Prayer to be worthy and prepared for the calling of God
  • Thessalonians 3:1 – Prayer for revival through the power of the Word of God