We must pray that God would take control of our tongues so that we do not sin with them in a time of trouble. . . . Psalm 141:3.
if we desire for God to listen to our prayers and answer them the way we would desire that they be answered, not only must we have a humble attitude of faith and submission, but we must also request that we only pray what would be pleasing to God. . . . Psalm 141:2.
"If we refuse to repent of our sin--even the "acceptable" ones--our desires will not get fulfilled." . . . 1 Peter 3:7.
Art Azurdia's book "Connected Christianity" challenges us to neither dive into worldliness or pull away from the world, but to strategically and actively love the worldly people we come into contact with.
How highly do we view prayer? . . . Psalm 141:1.
When we allow the Word of God to master us, we will be empowered to master both our depression and our sinful tendencies. . . . Psalm 141:1-10.
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In his book, "Love or Die," Alexander Strauch asks us to do some soul searching as to the quality of our Christian love.
We must pray that Christ guard our tongues and our keyboards . . . Psalm 141:3.
Even two obscure verses in Leviticus prove that you can't easily separate love for God from love for our neighbor. . . . Leviticus 19:13-14.