“If you ask him, he might do it.”

February 23, 2020 

James closes his letter exhorting us to pray—and not just when things are bad. Prayer is a recognition that we have a Father who gives good gifts, and who is available to us any time in any situation. What's more, prayer actually has effects in the real world. James invites us to experience the power of a relationship with God in our own lives as we bring everything to God in prayer. 

  1. What circumstances drive you to prayer? What circumstances drive you away from prayer?
  2. What are some ways you don't appreciate the power of prayer? What could you be praying for more fervently than you are now?
  3. How can you create a habit of directing your thoughts to God throughout your day?

Brian Colmery

Brian serves the church by overseeing preaching and Sunday morning services at Cornerstone.

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