Through prayers we can actually change things. We can change the course of our lives and our circumstances. It gives us the reason to be hopeful and believe that anything, absolutely anything, is possible!
2 Chronicles 20 gives the inspiring account of how the children of Judah were surrounded and outnumbered by three enemy nations. As they sang and praised God, the power of God was activated, and their enemies were discomfited! They praised their way to victory!
When you discover that you have a strong desire for change, then God is at your door. The strong desire is the response of the human soul to God, as He knocks on the door of your heart. God said, "before you call I’ll be there, before you ask".
Your whole life ought to be based on nothing else but your walk with the Holy Spirit; that’s the secret to a life of absolute and unlimited success. When you spend quality time in fellowship with the Holy Spirit, He lifts your vision and enables you to see like God.
Divine wisdom is a product of your recreated human spirit that you must be conscious of, just as you’re conscious of the grace of God that brought you salvation. When you acknowledge wisdom, wisdom will promote you; as a force, it’ll control and propel you to say and do the right things.
God invites us to pray; He’s not troubled with our prayers. Nothing is impossible with Him. When you pray, God listens because you’re His child, and you pray according to His will. This is God’s Word to you: If you ask Him, you shall receive!
For the New Testament believer, prayer is not just a means of religious communication with God; it’s a fellowship. Some people pray because they’ve been brought up to think it’s a religious obligation they must fulfill.