Prayer: The Key to Heaven
AuthorHouse, 2007 M07 25 - 124 pages
Prayer is an essential part of our Christian life, yet few of us pray on a regular basis or if we do, it is of short duration and ineffective. Most tend to think of prayer as a duty and consider it boring, not believing the answer is coming. But the scriptures are full of promises to answer prayer and empower us for warfare. Jesus is mentioned 21 times as praying in scriptures. Jesus taught and demonstrated to his Disciples how to pray with results. Paul also shares about a New Testament way to pray. Also there are prayers prayed in scriptures that are not fulfilled yet, but are on going, that we can pray also. Learn what hinders your prayers from being answered and exactly what prayer really is. What does it mean to have a heart of Prayer? Did you know you can pray the Word and always get an answer from God? Did you know that we are to be a kingdom of Priests? Get to know the power and authority we have in the name of Jesus. The key to lock and unlock the bounty and resources of Heaven are in that name. Learn the secret of agreement and the power intensified through fasting. The Church has yet to take full advantage of effective prayer. If you are not praying your Christian life is probably going nowhere and the enemy is having a field day with you. Rise up and take your place as a man or woman of God and become what you were meant to be in Christ.
Psalms 4:1 Hear me when I call, O God of my righteousness: thou hast enlarged me when I was in distress; have mercy upon me, and hear my prayer.
... and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
You hear of so many fallen leaders confess that they got so caught up in what they were doing that they neglected time spent alone with God.
God hears our prayers and requests the first time we mention them we do not need to continually repeat them. However, at another time of prayer we may ...
When we stand selfish, independent, vain, arrogant, God will not hear us. If we come to Him worried, doubtful, angry or prideful, He will not hear us.