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  • 1-Behold, I stand at the door and knock if any man hear my voice and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me. Revelation 3:20
  • 2-Have you ever felt or believed that prayer starts with our moving Jesus to listen to our prayers? How might our perspective on prayer be changed with the understanding that it is Jesus who moves us to pray?
  • 3-Hallesby writes that “All He {Jesus} needs is access. He enters in of His own accord, because He desires to come in. And He enters in wherever He is not denied admittance. What may be some of the reasons why people would either deny Jesus access into their hearts? What are some of the consequences of not hearing or responding to the knock of Jesus?
  • 4-What are the two attitudes of the heart that God Recognizes as prayer? How can the first attitude of the heart prepare a person foe developing the second attitude of the heart? Are there any attitudes that are natural extensions or outcomes of the second attitude?
  • 5-Why cold a person feel that a proper attitude of prayer would be strength, as opposed to helplessness? What are the differences between these two attitudes and the possible results of having such attitudes? What do you think Hallesby’s view would be in this regard?
  • 6-How are the attitudes of helplessness and faith central to the entire Christian life and not just to the prayer life?
  • 7-According to Hallesby, ‘The essence of faith is it to come to Christ” (page 30). Often faith in prayer can be taken to mean asking for a specific answer to a specific need and believing God will answer in that specific way. How is Hallesby’s view of faith different? How can Hallesby’s view be freeing to anyone who is helpless in attitude.in a situation, or both?

Read Revelation 3:20 Recall Hallesby’s definition of prayer, which is based on this verse. What is your reaction to this definition?

Those questions taken from O.Hallesby Prayer book page 179,180.

I want the answers very simple words.

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1- Behold, I stand at the door and knock if any man hear my voice and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with me. Revelation 3:20 Read Revelation 3:20 Recall Hallesby’s definition of prayer, which is based on this verse. What is your reaction to this definition? 2- Have you ever felt or believed that prayer starts with our moving Jesus to listen to our prayers? How might our perspective on prayer be changed with the understanding that it is Jesus who moves us to pray? 3- Hallesby writes that “All He {Jesus} needs is access. He enters in of His own accord, because He desires to come in. And He enters in wherever He is not denied admittance. What may be some of the reasons why people would either deny Jesus access into their hearts? What are some of the consequences of not hearing or responding to the knock of Jesus? 4- What are the two attitudes of the heart that God Recognizes as prayer? How can the first attitude of the heart prepare a person foe developing the second attitude of the heart? Are there any attitudes that are natural extensions or outcomes of the second attitude? 5- Why cold a person feel that a proper attitude of prayer would be strength, as opposed to helplessness? What are the differences between these two attitudes and the possible results of having such attitudes? What do you think Hallesby’s view would be in this regard? 6- How are the attitudes of helplessness and faith central to the entire Christian life and not just to the prayer life? 7- According to Hallesby, ‘The essence of faith is it to come to Christ” (page 30). Often faith in prayer can be taken to mean asking for a specific answer to a specific need and believing God will answer in that specific way. How is Hallesby’s view of faith different? How can Hallesby’s view be freeing to anyone who is helpless in attitude.in a situation, or both? Those questions taken from O.Hallesby Prayer book page 179,180. I want the answers very simple words. ...
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1. Hallesby’s definition of prayer

Based on Revelation 3: 20, Hallesby defines prayer as an act of opening our hearts
and inviting God into our lives. According to this definition, God is the one who knocks and
waits desiring entrance, while the door is our hearts which are closed to him. Therefore, God
waits for the heart of all men to open to him so that he can enter (Hallesby, 1994 ). God is
always ready for us to invite him, and as long as we are willing, we can easily fellowship
with him. As per the definition, unless we invite him, he has no access to our hearts and we
keep him on the outside waiting. Unless we gladly keep the door open to let Jesus in, we are
unable to commune with him but continue on our own without his presence in our lives.
2. Moving Jesus to listen and Jesus moving to us
By understanding that Jesus is the one who moves us to prayer, we would realize that
he does not need our help hence no need to do it at our own strength. Since God simply wants
to enter our hearts, we would prepare them so that he would move within us. We would allow
him to take control of our prayer ...

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