Prayer – Music Meet-Ups by God’s Spirit


Prayer for Music Meet-Ups fellowship with God & Musicians to learn, practice, and perform by God’s Spirit


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Proseuche conversational-prayer is very much “the will of God.”  Not many things are explicitly stated as “the will of God” in the New Testament like “our sanctification (a)” (b) is, and “doing good to silence the ignorance of foolish people” (c).  Also, Jesus did say: “the will of My Father” is that “everyone who looks on the Son and has trusting-relying-faith in Him should have eternal life” (d).  The only other “will of God” explicitly stated is:  “Rejoice always, ongoingly be proseuchomai conversationally-praying without ceasing, ongoingly be giving thanks in all circumstances – for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you” (e).  Finally, only 2 entole officially-decreed commandments of trusting-relying-faith and unconditional-love (f) were given to the Church. <Notes> a) consecration, dedication, setting apart from the ‘unclean’ world, thus made ‘clean’ or pure, b) 1 Thessalonians 4:3, c) 1 Peter 2:15, d) John 6:40, e) 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18, f) 1 John 3:23.


Instead, Christians are more often called toroutinely sunesis ‘connect-the-dots to understand/know’ what the will of the Lord is (a), because the New Testament simply doesn’t spell it out the details in 613 commandments like the Old Testament does.  Instead in Romans 12:2, Paul says to: “presently/ongoingly be transformed by the renewal of your mind eis ‘toward and reaching the goal of’ to be presently/ongoingly dokimazo discerning (b) by you what is the will of God,” or be “routinely dokimazo discerning what is well-pleasing to the Lord” (c).  Now why would God call for discernment instead of giving us 5000 commandments as I’ve seen some websites say there now are?  See New Covenant Ways – BT16 and Least Among You – BT8.  <Notes> a) Ephesians 5:17, b) dokimazo: test, examine, or discern to demonstrate or prove something is acceptable, genuine, approved, good, and approved, c) Ephesians 5:10.




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For praying in the name of Jesus, see Salvation-BT7:  Uses of the phrase “in the name of”


BT1:  PLAN A of God for an intimate relationship is simple enough for little children and the other least among us


BT2:  A short summary of the study that led me to understand God’s simple ‘PLAN A’ from the previous BLOG – 4 Parts of 1 Obedient-Step with 3 Results


BT3: Relentless, devoted conversational-prayer is often required to experience Spirit-Baptism for enabling-power


BT4:  Religion concerns itself with more than an intimate relationship with God Himself


BT5:  What would Jesus say to so many religious Christians today?


BT6:  What proseuche conversation-prayer exactly IS


BT7:  What proseuchomai conversational-praying exactly IS


BT8:  Conversational-prayer includes proserchomai drawing near, even eggizo very close-beside to God Himself


BT9:  What drawing-near, conversational-prayer is mostly NOT


BT10:  Drawing-near, conversational-prayer can include asking, seeking, and knocking but especially to delight IN God Himself, not just His stuff


BT11:  Drawing-near, conversational-prayer includes more child-like confidence but also humility and thankfulness


BT12:  Drawing-near, conversational-prayer includes calling or crying out for God Himself, not just His stuff


BT13: Drawing-near conversational-prayer isn’t talking, busyness, or works but peacefully-resting from ALL of it


BT14:  Drawing-near, conversational-prayer is stopping our talking, busyness, and works to listen/hear to be taught directly by God – it’s the ‘easy button’ compared to bible-study


BT15:  Drawing-near, conversational-prayer is stopping our talking, busyness, and works to listen/hear to understand/know God Himself


BT16:  Drawing-near, conversational-prayer is patiently-waiting for God Himself not just His stuff


BT17:  Drawing-near, conversational-prayer is when we vigilantly-watch for answers from God


BT18:  Drawing-near, conversational-prayer is vigilantly-watching for God Himself, not just His stuff


BT19:  Drawing-near, conversational-prayer should be a habit of devotion of relentlessly asking, seeking, and knocking for intimate-fellowship with God Himself


BT20:  Drawing-near, conversational-prayer does include giving thanks for His stuff but should lead us to worshipping God Himself


BT21:  Drawing-near, conversational-prayer is where we can “be led by the Spirit as [mature] sons of God” into sanctification/holiness


BT22:  Drawing near, conversational-prayer is most effective when done by the Spirit, which is likely by tongues, to build yourself up on your most holy faith



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