Conclusion 6.1 | KJV
We may then beg for the audience and acceptance of our poor weak prayers for Christ’s sake.
Now may the God of Israel grant me the things I have requested of him. 1 Samuel 1:17(KJV)
Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in thy sight, O Lord, my strength and my Redeemer. Psalm 19:14(KJV)
Let thine eyes be open unto the supplication of thy servant and unto the supplication of thy people Israel, to hearken unto them in all that they call unto thee for, for they be thy people and thine inheritance. 1 Kings 8:51-52(KJV)
O my God, let thine ears be attent unto the prayers that I have made: 2 Chronicles 6:40(KJV) O turn not away the face of thine Anointed; remember the mercies of David thy servant, 2 Chronicles 6:42(KJV) even Jesus, who is at thy right hand making intercession for me. Romans 8:34(KJV)
Lord, thou hast assured me that whatever I ask the Father in Christ’s name, thou will give it me. John 16:23(KJV) I ask all these things in that name, that powerful name which is above every name; Philippians 2:9(KJV) that precious name which is as ointment poured forth. Song of Solomon 1:3(KJV) O make thy face to shine upon me, Numbers 6:25(KJV) for the Lord’s sake, Daniel 9:17(KJV) who is the Son of thy love, Matthew 17:5(KJV) and whom thou hearest always. John 11:42(KJV) Good Lord, give me to hear him, and be well pleased with me in him. Matthew 17:5(KJV)