Pastor’s Corner

Prayer changes things.

How do you pray?

First start your prayer with adoration when you say we adore you father, we worship you father, we lift you up and we magnify you holy name.  There is none like you in all the heaven and the earth and we praise you with all our spirit, soul and mind in Jesus Christ name.

Praying for Needs

When praying for your needs to be met means you must be in the will of God.  The bible says seek him first and His righteousness everything shall be added unto you.  To be in the will of God means you spend consistent quality time with God in prayer and in His Word, regularly attend church services, have diligent, balanced work habits, and become a person who consistently gives toward the needs of God’s house.

Be Dilligent

The bible say God love a cheerful giver and he will bless our diligence in getting your needs met, because when we are obedient to the word of God there is always a blessing attached to our obedience. The bible says give and it will be given to you good measure pressed down shaken together and running over, will be put into your bosom with the same measure that you use it will be measured back to you.

God’s blessing are found in God’s will:

You must believe God desires to prosper you. People in general are not fully convinced God wants them to have in abundance. A picture has been painted of a God who gets glory out of poverty. However, the opposite is true. God delights in seeing His people prosper. He wants to bless you beyond anything you could ever imagine.

People pray general prayers and expect something miraculous to happen. For example, praying, “Lord, increase me!” is not enough. If financial increase is what you need, you must call out that specific area in your prayer time. A more effective prayer would be, “Lord, You said in Your Word that You would supply all my needs according to Your riches in glory, through and by Christ Jesus.

Therefore, I present to You the need I have for _(your petition)_. I believe I receive this need met and I thank You for the manifestation of my request. In Jesus’ name I pray, amen.” This prayer was specific and based on the Word of God. Since God’s Word will not return to Him void, He is going to bring it to pass.

In concluding, you must be tenacious in your prayers. This means refusing to give up, no matter what.

Scripture References:

• Hebrews 10:22-25

• 1 Thessalonians 4:11


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