February 28, 2010
Prayer Is The Foundation For Building
If you have been ordained by God to be a brick layer and a Kingdom builder, you are going to have to understand the power of prayer.
You must understand first and foremost, you cannot do anything without Him. God is our source for everything. We need to seek His face daily. God wants us to establish a relationship with Him through our prayer and fellowship with Him. We have to understand that He answers PRAYER. We must go before His throne and seek Him for instructions.
God is faithful, He will not leave us empty handed. He will provide all that we need. His word says, if we seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness, all things will be added onto us (Matthew 6:33). He knows all and He knows the order of His plans. We have to line up with His perfect will (Romans 12:2). Everything works together for His purpose (Romans 8:28). We have to go to Him to understand the instruction for His purpose. No matter what you may be going through, no matter good or bad, God has a way of escape for you.
Through your prayer, He can give you joy, strength, peace, comfort, and so much more. No matter if you are shut in or you feel shut out, God can draw you in to Him as you release all your understanding to Him. Allow Him today to transform your mind, turn to Him today in prayer and fellowship and see the work of The Lord at hand. I promise you He will not disappoint. This is your time, right now to increase. Increase your prayer life and watch God increase you.
Prayer is powerful in many ways. Through your prayer you can plead a case before The Lord or you can just honor Him. God is more than able to train you and elevate you into warfare. There is much power in prayer. He can show you things in visions you would never think you would see. He will make for you available His abundance when you turn to The Lord in prayer.
Follow the example of Jesus, He prayed to His Father in John 17:, He prayed for the disciples, He prayed for us, and he prayed for Himself. Take a look at Mark Chapter 14: 32-41 when He was in Gethsemane, He prayed for help from the Father to make it through to the end of His task. He prayed for God’s will, not His will be done. This is how powerful prayer is.
If it was good enough for the Son of God than as we should follow The King’s example, it should be good enough for us. He will do a mighty work on your behalf if you just believe in the power of prayer.