Prayer can – and does – bring miracles. When you know the potential of prayer in your life, you can begin praying with purpose and start to expect and see results. Those results may not be always what you want – but they will always be what you need!
God answers prayer!
If only more people knew the true potential of prayer, the world would be a far better place. Our Father God gave prayer to His children to achieve His will in our lives. His will is for us to be more like Him; honest, wise, patient, caring, generous, peaceful, humble, and loving.
For God’s will to be done in your life, the cares of this world (poverty, sickness, war, pain, hunger, disease) cannot be ignored. He knows this and has made a way for you to turn to Him and seek His help in all things. His help comes to you – and all who believe in Him – through answered prayer.
Whatever your need;
Prayer provides a way for our Father in Heaven to meet your specific needs. Only believe, and the power of prayer will be revealed to you by God’s miraculous provision in every area of your life.
Can prayer really be the answer to all your problems?
Don’t doubt the power of prayer! Doubt your doubts!
But Jesus beheld [them], and said unto them, With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible. – Matthew 19:26
God tells us clearly in His Word that we should look to Him for all things;
In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. – Proverbs 3:6
God tells us that we should believe in Him, because for Him all things are possible;
And he said, The things which are impossible with men are possible with God. – Luke 18:27
God tells us that nothing is too hard for Him;
Behold, I [am] the LORD, the God of all flesh: is there any thing too hard for me? – Jeremiah 32:27
How do You get God to answer Your prayer?
God tells us in His Word to ask Him and He will answer our petition(request in prayer);
And all things, whatever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive. – Matthew 21:22
Why does God ignore prayer?
Often, it can seem as though God does not answer prayer. Many people look at the problems of the world and wonder if God is the cause. Perhaps He is punishing us? Maybe He is ignoring our cries? Some, look at the pain in their own lives and wonder why God seems so far away.
The Truth is this: God has given us a powerful tool in prayer – and He has also set out clearly in His Word what He expects from us in order to fully receive His blessings in answered prayer.
If You need God to answer You;
- Listen to Him
- Follow His teaching
- Speak to Him how He asks you
What does God expect from YOU before He will answer Your prayer?
There are thousands of examples from history where God answered the cries of those in need. He provided shelter to those who were destitute, protection to those living in fear, and food to those who were hungry. God is merciful. When we come to Him with our problems, He looks down upon us with love.
However, we can miss His mercy through our own ignorance or lack of faith.
- We don’t know who He is
- We don’t know what His promise is to us
- We don’t believe He will answer our prayer
God has given You His Word to help You live in abundance in this world and the next;
I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly. – John 10:10
He made a way for You to live in this world without the struggles, worries, pain, poverty, and hardship that keeps you from becoming the person He wants you to be. He has a plan for You. He loves You.
Will You let God help You?
To receive all that is promised to You by God follow these five steps;
- Get right with Him – Be sure you are praying to The One True God
- Get what you ask for – Be sure to know The will of God
- Get your house in order – Be sure there are no barriers causing Unanswered Prayer
- Get started – Be purposeful and Pray with Intention and Expectation
- Get better – Be serious about your relationship with God and grow in faith
Praying with purpose isn’t something that comes to us overnight. It comes with practice, results, and discipline. But it starts with faith.