On ‘pumped-up’ prayer…

For some encouragement to pray….

sermons and soda water

Spurgeon“Therefore let everyone who is godly
offer prayer to you at a time
when you may be found.”
   Psalm 32:6 ESV

Completing a trilogy of posts to do with prayer is this brief passage from Charles Spurgeon’s sermon, ‘Prayer, the Proof of Godliness’ from 1887. Spurgeon suggests that genuine prayer, pleasing to God, is ‘a natural emanation from the renewed heart’. As for what he calls ‘pumped-up’ prayer, well that’s altogether something else!

From Charles Spurgeon …

‘Once more, beloved Friends, prayer is natural to the godly man.
I do think that it is a good thing to have set times for prayer, but I am sure that it would be a dreadful thing to confine prayer to any time or season, for to the godly man prayer comes to be like breathing, like sighing, like crying.
You have, perhaps, heard of the preacher who used to put…

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