Friday, October 11, 2013


"Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours." (Mark 11:24)

A lot of people have actually prayed for things and didn't see anything that looked like the answer because they didn't know what to expect.

Firstly, I like to say to you that prayer is not the moment of complaint to God rather it's a moment of communing with God, talking to & with the father & also a time of declaring his mighty power over the works of man & of the earth. When you have this understanding you wouldn't be complaining when you pray rather your attitude towards prayer would change.

Our text says everything you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it & it will be yours. This means if you prayed to have a job, believe that you have the job. This belief would prompt you to behave like someone who works in that company, learn their ethics, etc & soon the job would be yours. If you are praying for a husband, believing that you have the husband would prompt you to start behaving like someone's wife, developing the good characters a wife should possess & eliminating the bad habits a wife shouldn't have.

NB: Prayer is more than the words that come out of our mouth while on our knees, it carries the responsibility of belief & action.

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