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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

I Timothy 2:1, 2 (Pt. 3)  Thought/Prayer: Supplications . . . Thanksgivings . . . Topics: 2 at end.

“I desire therefore, first of all, that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for all men: For kings, and for all that are in high station: that we may lead a quiet and a peaceable life in all piety and chastity.”  DRB (Read these scriptures and more at 

There are a lot of entities here, and also “descriptors.”  Let’s look at the first listing of the two lists in this scripture:  supplications; prayers; intercessions and thanksgivings.  This is quite a listing of ways to pray, or types of prayers.  Prayers are, of course, one of those mentioned, and really, the entire passage is about the broader subject of prayer.  We ask humbly (supplication); we intercede for others’ needs; we give thanks.  That one word – prayer—small as it seems, has aspects both extended and embedded. 

As an example, we may extend ourselves when praying for others.  But also, when we entreat the Lord with our supplications, we may be going deep within ourselves to know how to ask correctly for a person’s needs.  (Not that God doesn’t interpret our prayers if we are not right on target; the Holy Spirit does [Romans 8:26]).  But usually we want to go deep when praying for others, especially for needs that seem beyond us.

Lord, please help us to know how to pray as You would have us, for others’ needs.  Help us with our prayers, supplications, intercessions and thanksgivings as we tell others of Your intense love for them and for their families, whether yet in the womb or approaching end of life.

Topics:  Pray for wisdom in prayer.
Pat Mahoney and the Christian Defense Coalition

Posted by Gail Richardson on 11/19 at 11:04 PM
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