Paul’s Four Life-Changing Prayers Part 2

This entry is part 47 of 63 in the series Being, Knowing, and Doing

How do you begin and end each day? It matters. When we wake up or go to bed stressed and worried, we tend to lose sight of our relationship with God. We need to spend these times thinking God’s thoughts after Him. After all, it is easy to fall into a rut in our thoughts when we focus only on ourselves. But training and habituation can create spiritual muscle memory that reminds us of our identity in Christ. One key exercise is to pray along with Paul for a spirit of wisdom and revelation, reflecting on the riches of the glory of God’s inheritance in the saints (Ephesians 1:17–19a). Praying this prayer along with Paul puts our thought life in order, reminding us of our identity as coheirs with Christ.

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This teaching is part of a subseries on the spiritual life and is part 47 of the larger series, Being, Knowing & Doing: How Godly Principles Strategically Affect Men’s Everyday Lives.

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