Armor of Prayer

Daily Devotional/Group Discussion Questions

By praying, we put trust in God, not ourselves, and power is taken away from the Enemy to tempt us and discourage us. Each day, clothe yourself with the armor of God through prayer.

Daily Prayer: Each morning, read Ephesians 6:11-18, praying through the verses asking God to be your strength and comfort.  

Prayer Exercise 1: Write out your prayer plan for the week. Read Mark 1:35  if you need a refresher on how Jesus encouraged us to do this.

Prayer Exercise 2: Read Ephesians 6:11-18. Sketch out a full outfit of armor and label each puece as the reading lists it. Then, pray through each piece for yourself and for you family/friends. This week’s readings are purposed to aid you with this special prayer.

Belt of Truth – Read John 14:1-14, 8:31-32, & 16:12-15. Why is a blet used for imagery of “truth”? What is truth? How do we share that truth?

Breastplate of Righteousness – Read 2 Timothy 2:14-26, Romans 8:4-6, and Proverbs 2:5-20. Define righteousness. Why is a breastplate used for the imagery of righteousness? How can you pray for righteousness?

Prayer Exercise 3 – Read 1 John 3:1-10. Who are you? Pray through these beautiful verses: first thanking God, then confessing your shortcomings, make requests to God, then finally praising God for all He has done for you.

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