When I think of the value of praying the Bible, I think about superfoods. While the term “superfood” may be more of a marketing term than a scientific one, the simple idea rings true. A superfood is a food that is rich in nutrients beneficial to our health. When you eat a superfood like blueberries, broccoli, salmon, or kale, you get more nutrients and more benefits than eating a non-superfood.
In the following video clip taken from the free Pray the Bible course, Kevin Halloran shares how praying the Bible is like a superfood in that it will bring us many more benefits than simply trying to pray out of the resources of our minds and hearts. And the good news is that the Bible tastes better than kale! As Psalm 19:10 says, it is sweeter than honey.
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We all face obstacles in prayer. Some are theological; we forget why prayer matters or don’t feel heard by God. Other obstacles are practical; we don’t know what to say or we simply can’t focus for prayer. Kevin Halloran believes that if we pray the Bible, we can bypass many of our struggles and go straight to fruitful prayer and deeper communion with God. This course will introduce you to the wonderful benefits of praying the Bible as well as several tools for doing so. Enroll for free.