DevotionalDaily Sound Inspiration, Exhortation, Motivation, Correction, and Instruction from God’s Word and Spirit
We can never control God or manipulate Him to answer our prayers through our vain repetition, desperation, gesture, or posture in prayers. God cannot be hurried, compelled, or driven to answer our prayers by simply increasing the volume or intensity of our prayers, or by hiring or gathering more people to pray with or for us…read more
Prayer is a divine communion between the Almighty God and mortal men. It is simply talking with God about everything. Prayer is a sincere communication or dialogue with God; it is not mere crying, talking, or speaking to God.
Although prayer is simple, yet it has profound effects, and it produces incredible results. Prayer is powerful…
The New Testament prayers are not supposed to be desperate cries to God out of fear of the adversaries like the people’s prayers under the dispensation of the law. Why?
Because the New Testament believers in Christ have victory and spiritual authority over the devil and all his demons and works!read more
There is a paradigm shift in prayer under the New Covenant. Our prayers will not avail much or significantly impact this dynamic generation unless we embrace this paradigm shift in prayer. The principles, perspectives, purposes, focuses, mindsets, and emphases of prayer have radically changed in the New Testament…read more
Many believers are praying and not receiving answers to their prayers and becoming frustrated because they are praying according to human wisdom, traditions, and beliefs, not according to the Scriptures (Matt. 22:29). Therefore, it is crucial to know the truths that the Scripture teaches about prayer so that we may pray correctly, according to the Scriptures…read more
It is generally believed and often said today that “A prayerless Christian is a powerless Christian.” This statement presupposes that prayer is the source of the believer’s spiritual power or authority and that the believer’s power or authority is proportional to his prayer life. As a result of this wrong but long-held belief, many believers today determine…read more