8 Favorite Quotes From the Book “What If I Don’t Desire to Pray?” (John Onwuchekwa)

Hello! Here’s some great quotes I got from a book I recently finished. “What If I Don’t Desire to Pray?” by John Onwuchekwa is published by Crossway and you can get your copy by following this link. Purchasing your copy enables you to support the author, publishing house and ministry to further push the gospel of Christ.

“Regimens and strategies leave us guilt-ridden when we fail, but prayer that flows out of our relationship with God reminds us of his grace toward us even when we fail.”

“Prayer gives us permission to leave circumstances undone. We can entrust them to the God who watches over them and never blinks.”

“As we reflect on the character of God, the work of Christ, and the promises of the gospel, God will increase our desire to know him more and thus pursue him more through prayer.”

“When our faith is starving, a record of answered prayer is like a trail of breadcrumbs leading us back to God’s faithfulness.”

“Your church’s public prayer list should also be your private prayer list. By paying attention to what our church prays for, we expand our own prayer interests and learn to pray for matters beyond what immediately affects us.”

“True progress in prayer only comes as we embrace the relationship we have with our loving Father.”

“Why should you desire to pray? Because you want peace—and peace lies at the end of prayer’s pathway.”

“Prayerlessness is like the flu but so is prayerfulness. It’s contagious. Passion for prayer is often more caught than taught.”

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