Monday, 4 December 2017

New Blog Post: ‘Come Into God’s House and Meet with Him in Prayer’ – ‘Believing Prayer‘

Listen to me! You can pray for anything, and if you believe, you have it; it’s yours!
(Mark 11:24 TLB)

Jesus, is the example for us to follow. God’s Word shows us how He prayed to the Father about everything. He knew when He prayed and included the Father in each situation, God would answer Him in accordance to His will. We need to pray in this same manner. We must listen to the Holy Spirit of God and follow His leading. He shows us what we should pray for. Glorifying the Father with praise, seeking His will, petitioning for our daily needs, asking for the forgiveness of our sins,  and finally, asking for His protection from the temptations and the schemes of the Evil One.
Prayer is a way of communicating with our Father. We can include Him and share everything with Him. We can hear Him speaking to our hearts. The Holy Spirit of God, open up our eyes to see, and He opens our ears to hear, through the Word of God. Whatever we ask for in faith, if we believe; we have it; it’s ours! It’s a time we should listen to the whispering of the Holy Spirit of God, He brings the truth to our hearts from the Father’s heart. Asking for our faith to be increased, is a crucial facet. Faith opens a channel through which God’s blessings and miraculous answers can flow. God’s words creates our faith to grow as we hear and obey Him. When you add heart-based faith to your prayers, nothing will be impossible.


Father, I will listen to You, and I will pray in faith; the faith of a mustard seed that moves the mountains. I believe in You and I believe in Jesus Christ. I pray together with the Holy Spirit of God through His supernatural power. Thank You for answering my prayers in accordance to Your will. I praise and bless You now and forever more in the name of Jesus Christ. Amen.

1 comment:

  1. The faith moving prayer is not a one-off experience. Often in my life, I have found myself praying and earnestly seeking and expecting the Lord to answer, and He has. Then, down the line, when I face another situation, somehow, I find myself with that wee bit of worry, and I have to go through that whole experience all over again. Sometimes I am upset with myself as to why I forget that the Lord who answered me in a particular situation in the past is the same God who will answer me today. I have come to realize, that it is not Him, the problem is with me. Waiting upon Him and basking in His unfailing love with never let me forget that He is a faithful God. Thank you Avril for this reminder!!