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Jesus said, Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Matthew 11:28

Remember there is always a differece when you begin each day with prayer

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Prayer is one of the spiritual weapons of God’s saints in spiritual warfare, Dan. 9:20. It is the power of God in the mouth of the prophet, Jer. 5:14. It is the spiritual inner oxygen of the effective preacher,Acts 4:23-37. It is the influence of the teacher of God’s word, Mark 3:13-15. Prayer is the key for any lasting and successful ministry. It is the ministerial license which qualifies you to carry out God’s work. It is the spiritual master key which opens impossible doors, Acts 12:1-12. It is the key to victory Mark 11:23.

The Place of Prayer

There is a place where your sins can be forgiven,Ps. 51:1-10. There is a place where death can be cancelled, Is. 38:1-6. There is a place to cure infertility or bareness, I Sam. 1:1-28. There is a place where impossible situations can become possible Matt. 21:18-22. There is a place to get secrets from the Lord to solve life’s puzzles, Dan. 2:1-23. This is a place of prayer Lk. 6:12.


The Purpose of Prayer

The purpose of prayer is to present our desires to God with the confidence that we will receive what we have requested. The purpose of prayer is to create a chance for God to intervene in matters that are beyond our strength, II Chron. 14:9-12.


The Structure of Prayer

Praising God for past, present and future blessingsPs. 107:1-21

Purification, purging and asking for cleansing from sin, Ps. 51:1-10

Power for intercession, for supplication and for talking with God, Luke 11:1.

Petitioning and asking God the Lord for what you need, Ps. 20:1-4.

Praising God Almighty for answered prayer, John 11:40-42.