Holy Spirit move me now, make my life whole again, Spirit move over me, Spirit move over me. Holy Spirit move me now, make my life whole again, Spirit move over me, Spirit move over me.// what a Might God we serve, what a Mighty God we serve, what a mighty we serve, what a Mighty God we serve. What a Mighty God I serve, what a Mighty God I serve, what I Mighty I serve, what a Mighty God I serve.
Indeed You are Mighty God what privilege I have to serve You, thank You Father for this great privilege to join the twenty and four elders in heaven to cast my crown before the throne. Father I bow before You to worship and glorify Your Holy Name. Thank You Jesus thank You Father, thank You Holy Spirit, thank Father, blessed be Thy Holy Name forever and ever in Jesus Name.
Arise o God let Your enemy be scattered, as we come before Thy throne to pray and worship, the Lord bless us and keep us, the Your face shine upon us and be gracious unto us. may You lift Your countenance upon us and give peace. Amen Amen Amen !!!!!!!!!!!
Beloved, prayer is the key, prayer is the key, prayer is the Master key. Jesus started with prayer and ended with prayer, prayer is the Master key eeee, prayer is the Master key!!!!!!!!!!! // Glory be to the Lord alleluia, glory be to the Lord alleluia.// Sing alleluia alleluia, alleluia, alleluia eeeee, oooo sing alleluia, alleluia, alleluia eeeee.
Who is singing alleluia with us at this moment, shout a believing alleluia!!!!!!!!!!!! Prayer is the Master key. Our Lord Jesus started with prayer and He also ended with prayer. He encouraged us to pray always and not cease not. Therefore beloved, make prayer your bedrock, back it with faith as you pray with one heart, one mind in one accord, (Matt 4:1-11, Lk 22:39-45, 18:1, Jer 29:13). Praise the Lord!!!!!!!!
Today by the grace of God, we will be considering various forms of prayers as it were said in the bible in various time. Are you ready? Then come along with us to discover more:
Various Forms of Prayer
Devote yourselves to prayer; stay alert in it with thanksgiving.—Colossians 4:2
Today we ask ourselves: what does it mean to “pray always with all prayer and supplication”? The phrase “praying always” presents no difficulty; quite clearly, this means praying as often as possible, regularly and constantly. But what does it mean to pray “with all prayer and supplication”? Paul means, I believe, that we should pray with all forms or kinds of prayer.
You see, there are many different forms of prayer that are available to us. First, there is verbal prayer when we present our prayer to God in carefully chosen words and phrases. Second, there is silent prayer, when no words cross our lips, but prayer flows directly from our hearts. Third, there is ejaculatory prayer, when we express sounds rather than words, as when we sigh or groan in prayer. Then there is public prayer, common prayer, or “praying together”—or, as some prefer to call it, “praying in concert.” So praying with “all prayer” means using every form of prayer available to us, praying in every way and manner we can. We are to be at it always and in endless ways.
But there is a certain form of prayer to which the apostle refers which deserves our closer examination—the prayer of “supplication” or “petition”—when we pray with regard to special requests and needs. We must not overlook this, for it is so easy to be caught up in adoration and praise that we neglect to focus our prayers on the various needs that arise from time to time, not only in our own lives, but also in the lives of others. This, too, is a necessary kind of prayer.
Father, help me to see the senselessness of trying to muddle through life in my own strength when You have made Your power and resources available to me through prayer. Help me grow in prayer. In Jesus’ name. Amen.
What is evident about the early church?
How does Jesus relate fatherhood to prayer?
Beloved, have you read the various forms of prayer that we can pray. Considering the above forms of prayer, you will agree with me that there is no excuse in the place of prayer as we can pray a silent prayer especially in cases where evil is prevailing, your lips may not move but your heart is agonizing and surely answers to such prayers will come. Yes! It will come and will not delay.
Do you have a difficult husband/wife, stubborn or rebellious child, or difficult situations then you must learn to intercede, you must learn how to make your request known to God and when you pray, you will receive answers in Jesus Name. Praise the Lord!
Beloved, this is the key to pray at all time irrespective of what you are doing, going and what is going on, and we must pick the prayer that is suitable for the occasion and intercede between the porch and altar. Men always ought to pray and faint not. Praise the Lord!!!!!!!!!!!
Hear us O Lord even as we pray in Jesus Name..
Beloved, Let us pray:
Remain blessed in the Lord.