I gave you a link below where you can read an article from Pastor Jordan about prayer and see for yourself what he teaches. Many people learn to rightly divide and then get upset when the doctrine changes what they have been praying for and more importantly what they expect God to do concerning their prayers.
Just an example of this is the doctrine of healing. If miraculous healing was associated with the gospel of the Kingdom (and it was) and since we live in the age of the longsuffering of God in which we also suffer (and we do; Romans 8:18; II Corinthians 4:17,18; II Corinthians 12:7-10) then while we pray for one another, we would not pray for healing, but for comfort, strength, wisdom and even that by going to the doctor and taking medicine they may get better. We can let our requests known to God and there is great peace in that, but at the same time we know and understand what God is doing today in our inner man and understand too why we suffer until the rapture (Philippians 4:6,7; Romans 8:22-27). Here is that link to Pastor Jordan’s article: