The Poverty of Prayer

Dr. Richard Gaffin takes up Romans 8 in a short chapel message and applies it to prayer, encouraging us that though our prayers are faulty, we have two advocates praying on our behalf in the Son sitting at the right hand of God and in the Holy Spirit.  The focus of these two advocates is not that they do anything to us in our praying, but that they come alongside of us in our weakness.

Jared Oliphant wrote an article about the impact Gaffins message had on him when he attended the chapel when Dr. Gaffin delivered this message.

Poverty of Prayer >>>

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