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Annual National Day of Prayer is here:

Posted on May 7, 2015 at 2:22 PM
Investing in Hope... Transforming our Nation Through Prayer!The 64th Annual National Day of Prayer is here: Thursday, May 7.

Prayer Begins With…A Purpose
  • May 7, 2015

When you come to God, know what you are going to pray about. It is difficult to pray fervently without knowing what you want or desire from God. We should have a clear-cut, well-defined idea about what we are asking God for (being flexible to His leading). “Delight yourself in the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart” (Psalm 37:4).
You should pray in such a way that you will know afterward what you prayed for, and you will recognize when the answer to your prayer is manifested. Jesus commanded us to specifically ask, seek, and knock (Matthew 7:7). In asking, we must be definite. If it is a good and right request, it is promised to the sincere seeker. In seeking, our goal is to know God and commune with Him. In knocking (intercession), we must understand what the Lord wants to do and pray according to His Word for that thing. The Lord is glad to open the door to every knocking soul. Have faith and enter through holy courage.
Sometimes we do not know what to pray for, and so we can pray in the Holy Spirit (Romans 8:26). Paul stated that he both with the spirit and with the understanding (I Corinthians 14:15). Our whole being, including our minds, should be involved in praying. Our minds should understand what we are asking God for.
The fact remains that when we set ourselves to pray, especially in a group, we must be agreed about what we will pray for (Matthew 18:19). Then watch God work!

Lance Wubbels

This article is part of series on Prayer.
http://nationaldayofprayer.org/prayer-begins-with-a-purpose/
(Taken from “A Time for Prayer” published by Inspired Faith for the National Day of Prayer – used with permission)

Categories: Prayer, America, Pray for America, Veterans, military, Holy Spirit,

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