"Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication...." â€”Ephesians 6:18
There's a very good reason Paul calls upon the Christian not only to engage in all prayer at all times in this warfare with Satan, but he admonishes him to "watch thereunto". Be on guard because Satan is constantly striving to destroy the Christian's life of prayer.
Great Sermon! We really need this reminder of our enemy's work and how we need to constantly be in prayer and make it a priority with our time. it inspired me this morning. It really brings joy to pray and fellowship with the Lord and what a privelege it is to be a part of whatever the Lord is doing in this world through prayer.
from Middletown, NY
Pwerful! Thank you Pastor! Your sermons have transformed my life! This one in particular changed the course of my life 3 yrs ago. I can't thank you and my Lord enough for your true Gospel preaching! Wish there were more Pastors like you.
God Bless you, your family and ministry!
Sharon Baisden (10/29/2013)
from Scotchtown, NY
POWERFUL & TRUE! I pray for more faithful & sound preachers such as you Pastor John Wagner! May God almighty bless your soul!! Thank you for heralding Gods truth!
Samantha M (6/13/2012)
Excellent Sermon! Outstanding, prayer is the number #1 essential in a Christian's life yet I struggle with it ...Amen! The devil is crafty!
from Atlanta, GA
THE TRUTH OF THE MATTER !! The great cause of neglecting prayer is the same as what R. C. Chapman said is the great cause of neglecting the study of God's Word--"it is not for want of time, but for want of heart."
At the call of God, Mr. Wagner took up the pastorate of the newly planted Covenant Free Presbyterian Church, located in Lexington, SC, in the fall of 2002. Prior to this, he labored from January of 1989 in the pioneering and establishing of Orlando Free Presbyterian Church, Orlando, FL....