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By Arthur W. Pink

Bible expositor Arthur purple provides us a close examine the prayers of Paul displaying us not just find out how to pray, yet giving us higher perception into Paul himself, his dating with God, and the folks he served.

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11)—not “that I may establish you” He hides himself by expressing the result. Equally gracious is his “that I may be comforted together with you” (v. 12). Contact with kindred minds refreshes, and “he that watereth [others] shall be watered also himself” (Proverbs 11:25). Chapter 2 INSTRUCTION IN PRAYER Romans 15:5—7 The verses we are about to consider supply another illustration of how the apostle was accustomed to mingle prayer with instruction. He had just issued some practical exhortations; then he breathed a petition to God that He would make the same effectual.

How his “I thank my God through Jesus Christ for you all” (1:8a) would draw out their affections to the writer of this epistle! How it would move them to read with warmer interest what he had sent to them! Nothing more endears one Christian to another than to know that he is remembered by him before the throne of grace. In a letter to the author a Christian brother once wrote, “I prize the prayers of God’s dear saints more than I would all the riches of the world. ” “First, I thank my God through Jesus Christ for you all, that your faith is spoken of throughout the whole world” (1:8).

The heart is drawn out in contemplating the Giver Himself so that the soul is prostrated before Him in worship and adoration. Though we ought not to digress from our immediate theme and enter into the subject of prayer in general, it should be pointed out that there is yet another aspect that needs to take precedence over those referred to above, namely, self-abhorrence and confession of our unworthiness and sinfulness. The soul must solemnly remind itself of who it is that he is approaching, even the Most High, before whom the very seraphim veil their faces (Isaiah 6).

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