EFFECTS AND BENEFITS OF
And he spake a parable unto them to this end, that men ought always to pray, and not to faint (Luke 18:1).
Prayer is important for the Christian. There’re certain things that won’t change until you pray. Prayer covers not only the communication—the content of the prayer—but also our meditation during the times of
Even the seclusion is important; when you have to shut yourself away from everything and everyone else and be alone with the Spirit of God so He can talk to you and open your eyes. As you speak in tongues, rolling your mind through the Scriptures, He’ll unveil Himself and His
truth to your spirit. Hallelujah!
These are some of the secrets from God’s Kingdom given to His children to be successful in life. You ought to live in victory even in the midst of the storms, and the life of victory in Christ is very simple. Whenever it’s possible to stay away from everything else to pray, do it. Always stir yourself and respond to the call and urgency of prayer from your spirit.
Jesus said, “…men ought always to pray…” (Luke 18:1). Ephesians 6:18 says, “Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit….” Give attention to praying in tongues. You have to pray always by the Holy Spirit; the words have to be energized, communicated, inspired, and anointed by the Holy Ghost. That’s what makes the difference. Praise God!
Heavenly Father, thank you for the privilege to fellowship with you in prayer. I receive that discipline to always get stirred and respond to the call and urgency of prayer from my spirit. Through prayer, my spirit and mind are conditioned, until your thoughts become my thoughts,
and your words become my words, communicated by the power of the Holy Spirit to cause a change in my world, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.
Ephesians 6:18 AMPC; Luke 18:1 NIV; 1 Thessalonians 5:17; 1 John 5:14-15 NIV
1-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Luke 6:1-16 & Deuteronomy 29-30
2-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Matthew 25:31-46 & Exodus 34
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