No, prayer is simply talking to God, then being still and allowing Him to talk to you. It’s a conversation. You can pray any time, anywhere, about anything, by just directing your thoughts, spoken and unspoken, towards God.
When you know your prayer is in harmony with God’s will, you can wrap it up with the same words: ‘Father, I thank You that You have heard me.’
Temptation never takes a holiday. And if you take a holiday, it will go with you. It will hit you when you feel strongest, knock you down and kick you when you feel weakest.
When you’re facing life’s battles, prayer should be your first resort, not your last! And sometimes when the problem doesn’t yield to prayer alone, God leads you to add a second element: fasting. Ever tried it?
Two characteristics of breakthrough are sudden and supernatural. Breakthroughs are not based on our level of education, affluence, or even natural talent; they are the result of the supernatural power of God.
In heartfelt prayer the Holy Spirit brings to the surface things you’ve carefully hidden from others, and even yourself. Like a mirror, He confronts you with the truth and demands that you confess
‘…Ask, and you will receive, that your joy may be full.’ John 16:24 NKJV. If your prayers are not being answered, ask yourself:
How is my relationship with the Lord? ‘If I regard wickedness in my heart, the Lord will not hear.’ (Psalm 66:18 NAS)
We don’t know what problems people are going through. So when you decide to pray for them, follow Paul’s example in which he asked God for these three things:
“Blessed is she who believed for there will be a fulfillment of those things which were told her from the Lord” (Luke1:45), believe all things are possible