While He Prayed


Praising the Lord always, praising the Lord always, praising the Lord with all my heart, praising the Lord with all my heart always. Alleluia, my Lord is good 3x, He is good to me.// our God is perfect God, our God is a perfect God, our God is a perfect God yes! He is a perfect God.// Receive all glory Lord, receive all glory Lord, receive all glory Lord, alleluia Amen! 2x.

Father, we Thank You for another day in Your presence. Thank You Father or wakeing us up to another glorious morning. Thank You Jesus Thank You for preserving and keeping us from all evil. Father, I am most grateful for the balm in Gilead that is available for Your children. Thank You for the blood that speaketh better things than the blood of Abel. We bow before You in worship.

Thank You for being our strength and our help in times of need. Thank You for being there for us Father, Thank You for our sufficiency is in You. Thank You Lord.

Beloveth, is prayer time! Are you ready to hit the heavens open as you pray today? Because I saw the angels at attention waiting to do your bidding. Send your angel on an errand for their waiting.

Have you observed that each time Jesus prayed especially at those desperate moment when He was here on earth what fellow next is usually “and behold, angels came and ministered unto Him or strengthen Him (Matt 4:11; Lk 22:43).

So it is also with you those times you pray whether casually or out desperation or fear. The angels are there to attain to you so don’t miss another opportunity to cast your burden unto the Lord. Praise the Lord.

As we will reading later in today’s ministration that prayer is the greatest moment in Christian life. Destinies are shaped through prayers. We subdue the powers of darkness through prayer. Greatness is attained through an encounter with the King of kings.

So prayer is a means to secure and preserved that which belongs to us. Jesus is our model in prayer. So let examine what happen each time as He engages in praying:


When all the people were baptized, Jesus also was baptized. As He was praying, heaven opened, and the Holy Spirit descended on Him in a physical appearance like a dove. And a voice came from heaven: “You are My beloved Son. I take delight in You!”—Luke 3:21–22

The greatest moments in a Christian’s life come through prayer. When Jesus prayed, heaven opened, and the Holy Spirit descended upon Him. The Spirit came upon the disciples as they gathered to pray on the Day of Pentecost (Acts 1:14; 2:1). When the disciples prayed together after Pentecost, their gathering place was shaken, and they were emboldened to proclaim the gospel throughout the city (Acts 4:31).

Prayer is not a substitute for hard work—prayer is the work! God does things in and through our lives by prayer that He does in no other way. As we pray and as our attention is turned toward God, we become more receptive to aligning our lives with His will. God will not equip us with His power while we are racing off to our next appointment! His Spirit will not empower us if we are oblivious to what He is saying. He requires our complete attention before He will fill us with the powerful presence of His Spirit.

If you want to learn how to pray, use Jesus as your model. Jesus did not always receive what He asked for, but His prayers were always heard and always answered (Mark 14:36; Heb. 5:7). If you do not sense the Holy Spirit’s power in your life, you may not be spending adequate time in prayer. Perhaps you are pursuing your own agenda rather than seeking the Father’s will. You may have abandoned the place of prayer before God’s answer came.

If you will commit yourself to spend sustained time in prayer, asking for God’s kingdom on earth, God will work in your life just as He did in the lives of Jesus and His disciples.

Beloved, have seen why sometimes our prayers are not receiving answers, you just read it “You may have abandoned the place of prayer before God’s answer came.”

So going forward how do we ensure that we get heaven attention each we pray, let see what the next message have to convey:


“I will meditate in Thy precepts.” Psalm 119:15


There are times when solitude is better than society, and silence is wiser than speech. We should be better Christians if we were more alone, waiting upon God, and gathering through meditation on His Word spiritual strength for labour in His service.

We ought to muse upon the things of God, because we thus get the real nutriment out of them. Truth is something like the cluster of the vine: if we would have wine from it, we must bruise it; we must press and squeeze it many times. The bruiser’s feet must come down joyfully upon the bunches, or else the juice will not flow; and they must well tread the grapes, or else much of the precious liquid will be wasted.

So we must, by meditation, tread the clusters of truth, if we would get the wine of consolation therefrom. Our bodies are not supported by merely taking food into the mouth, but the process which really supplies the muscle, and the nerve, and the sinew, and the bone, is the process of digestion. It is by digestion that the outward food becomes assimilated with the inner life.

Our souls are not nourished merely by listening awhile to this, and then to that, and then to the other part of divine truth. Hearing, reading, marking, and learning, all require inwardly digesting to complete their usefulness, and the inward digesting of the truth lies for the most part in meditating upon it.

Why is it that some Christians, although they hear many sermons, make but slow advances in the divine life? Because they neglect their closets, and do not thoughtfully meditate on God’s Word. They love the wheat, but they do not grind it; they would have the corn, but they will not go forth into the fields to gather it; the fruit hangs upon the tree, but they will not pluck it; the water flows at their feet, but they will not stoop to drink it. From such folly deliver us, O Lord, and be this our resolve this day, “I will meditate in Thy precepts.”

Beloved, it so amazing how heaven relates with us; is so interesting to know that if we can read and mediate on the Word as it is written, it will be rhema unto us.

So pray to receive answers to your prayers as was done unto your model Jesus Christ.

Father, You promise us to answer us each time we call on Your Name, according to Your Word be done unto us in Jesus Name.

Have Your way in our life Father. Help us as we pray; send the Holy Spirit to help our infirmities in Jesus Name.

Hello beloved do not miss this opportune time, hit heaven now!


Remain blessed in the lord.