P r a y e r--Q u e s t i o n s ,  P a g e  3
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-In the New Testament in Romans 8:26 it says that the Holy Spirit will 'bring to our individual minds' what to pray about when we take time to talk to God.

The word 'intercession' in the New Testament means 'to hit the mark'. Sin is 'missing the mark'. With Christ in you, He is always 'hitting the mark', so focus upon this and not on the devil's works in society.
    Christ defeated the devil. The battle is over! For Christians, the devil is now a 'weeny', if we can avoid all his darts. And this takes guts and gumption
    Christ-took him on and won--John 19:30; Hebrews 2:14. Why refight the battle? Just know that nothing is bigger about you than He that is in you.
    Your battle with Him is done, if you stand fast in Christ.
    But you can pray for departed ones who may not yet be in that kind of standing with Christ. You don't pray to them, you don't consult them, but you pray to Jesus Christ in heaven about them, as Dr. McCall did.
    It's getting the right message to people that brings those to God He is calling now. More fruit will be produced with this than engaging in a battle with a whipped enemy. The devil is real, but he's only a roaring lion to those who allow him to be -1Peter 5:8,9; James 1:15

-What about "praying in tongues"?


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