Praying A Prayer That Must Be Answered
Greetings to you all in the name of the Lord, Jesus Christ.
Without any doubt, the Lord has been visiting everyone in the on-going 21-Day Prayer and Fasting. My Prayer is that all your encounters throughout this season shall be permanent in the name of Jesus Christ.
We are in a season where we are all “Praying A Prayer That Must Be Answered”. Recognise that, when prayers are not answered, man is bound to suffer. You shall not suffer again in the name of Jesus!
However, if you must pray prayers that must be answered, the foundation must be put in place to fully realise answers to prayers.
For this week, we shall be focusing on one of the factors that guarantee the prayers that must be answered - “the knowledge of God in getting your prayers answered.”
Knowing who we pray to, what He can and cannot do empowers our confidence in prayers.
As it is written; “...the people that do know their God shall be strong and do exploits.” - Daniel 11:32.
That is, your knowledge of God puts you at an edge above your challenges in life.
For instance, understand that:
- God hears and answers prayers when we pray according to God His will Therefore, locate the will of God from His Word concerning that situation and present your case. - 1John 5:14-15/ Psalm 62:5
- God cannot lie, anything you find in scriptures is true and available Whatever He says, He is able to defend. This is because, He says what He means, and He means what He says. – Titus 1:2/Heb 6:18
- God is only attracted to a faith-filled prayer, proven with a corresponding action – Hebrews 11:6-7/James1:6-8/2:17-18/1Samuel1:7-8/10/13-18/20 In the last scripture above, Hannah was sorrowful but agonising a faith-filled prayer. However, she didn’t stop at just believing the word of the priest, she rose up ate, happy and worshipped to prove it was over with barrenness. God answered her same year.
- God detest iniquity – a major hindrance to our prayers – Isaiah 59:1-2/Psalm66:18
No matter your groaning in prayer with iniquity in your life, there cannot be any difference. This is because sin fences us away from God’s presence, hindering our prayers from having a free access to God for our desired answers.
As you put these to work, expect sudden and instant answers to your prayers. Also expect God to speak and guide you into making right decisions concerning every situation per time.
I pray, may we all be baptised afresh with the Spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of Him, thereby empowering us to make the most of the blessing in this season of prayer and fasting in the name of Jesus Christ. – Ephesians 1:17-18
This week God will surely prove Himself in your life, as a prayer answering God!
Remain ever blessed.
Jesus is Lord!
David O. Adebayo