THE POWER OF PRAYER
(James 5:16), reassures us as believers in
Christ that our prayers are not only powerful
but also effective.
Jesus tells us in (Mark 11:24), that whatever
we ask for in prayer, we must believe that we
have received it, and it will be ours.
God has positioned us with all Power
and Authority to stand on Earth and bring
Heaven’s Favor down into the affairs of
mankind, (Ephesians 2:6).
We can pray the word of God into natural
Scripture gives us examples of ordinary
men and women of God who prayed and
extraordinary things happened as a result
of their prayers such as Elijah, Moses,
Hannah, Jabez, David, Rachel, Leah,
just to name a few.
What God did back then in the lives of
He is still able to do Today in our lives
because God does not change.
Scripture encourages us not to be anxious
about anything but in every situation by
prayer and petition, with thanksgiving,
to present our requests to God
In other words, we should not worry
about anything. Instead we should
take everything to God in prayer.
Nothing is impossible with God.
Prayer is one of the powerful weapons,
we, believers in Christ have to use against
the enemy. For our struggle is not against
flesh and blood, (Ephesians 6:12).
Never underestimate the Power of Prayer
in your life as a child of God.
Prayer has the power to change things
starting with the one who Prays.