Ye lust, and have not: ye kill, and desire to have, and cannot obtain: ye fight and war, yet ye have not, because ye ask not. (James 4:2)
Prayer is the lifeline of every believer. It is an assurance for the warrior because it connects them to the supply source.
A man or a woman disconnected from his or her source will soon dry up.
Prayer is one of the greatest assets of the believer.
Whatever is worth worrying about is certainly worth praying about. The strongest action you can take in any situation is to go to your knee and ask God for help. Prayer may not change all things for you, but it changes you for all things.
What you do not have are the things you did not ask for. Like this young man, get on your knees and ask, and you shall have it.
God can do it. He is a prayer-answering God, and He awaits your call at all times, and He is willing to answer.
We are not getting answers because we are not praying.
Motivational speaker and author, John Mason, said, “The strongest action that you can take in any situation is to go to your knees and ask God for help.”
Amazing things start happening when we start praying. Oswald Chambers said, “Prayer alone proves that you trust God.”
The devil smiles when we make plans. He laughs when we get too busy. But he trembles when we pray. Prayer provides power.
Powerlessness is the result of prayerlessness.
We are in the era of power. There is a power clash going on in our offices, in our homes, around our business sites, etc. No one will survive or succeed in this era without power. Prayer is the source of such power. The most powerful energy anyone can generate is prayer energy.
Someone said, “A prayerless Christian is a powerless Christian.”