Passage: Ephesians 3:14-16a
I doubt that any Christian would ever argue that prayer is unimportant, but I also doubt that any Christian is perfectly happy with their prayer life. Why is that? Could it be that we tend to give prayer far more lip service than practice? Could it be that we were never really taught to pray and that we find prayer boring and tiresome? Could it be that our prayer lives are actually a good barometer of our knowledge of and our faith in God? For the next month, we will look at the second of Paul’s prayers in this letter and see what we can learn from Paul about prayer and how we might begin to personally model this prayer.