Key Thoughts On Prayer – Dr. Paul Enenche

SEED OF DESTINY DEVOTIONAL

SEED OF DESTINY DEVOTIONAL

Tuesday, 30 August 2016

TOPIC: KEY THOUGHTS OF PRAYER

SCRIPTURE: Pray without ceasing. – 1 Thessalonians 5:17

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: The art of prayer is learnt at the place of prayer.

Prayer is a basic necessity of life. It is your lifeline and connecting cord to your Source (God) through which your life is transformed for eternity.

If you desire to be anything in life, prayer must become everything in your life.
Prayer has connection with God’s Presence, vision, direction, wisdom, power, preservation, purity and a person’s identity on earth. You cannot be stronger than the strength of your prayer life; your outcome in life is directly proportional to your prayer fire.

Beloved, please take note of the two key thoughts on prayer below:

1. The Art of prayer is learnt at the place of prayer.
If you do not know how to pray, start praying and you will know how to pray. The more you pray, the more you will know how to pray, and the less you pray, the less you will know how to pray.

2.The devil is more intimidated by the strength of your relationship with God than by the frequency of your attendance in church.

Beloved, make up your mind to prioritize prayer above all other things.

Remember this: The art of prayer is learnt at the place of prayer.

ASSIGNMENT(S):
1. Make up your mind to pray consistently
2. Interrupt your personal schedule to spend time with God.

PRAYER: O LORD, I ask for the grace to pray fervently. Deal with every spirit of lukewarmness in my life in Jesus’ Name.

FOR FURTHER UNDERSTANDING, GET THIS MESSAGE: THE NECESSITY OF PRAYER.

QUOTE: prayer is not a delegable exercise. Culled from THE PRINCIPLES AND POWER OF PRAYER by Dr Paul Enenche.

DAILY READING: Job 34:1 to 36:33, 2 Corinthians 4:1 to 12, Psalm 44:1 to 8, Proverbs 22:10 to 12.

AMAZING FACT: There are 100, 000 miles of blood vessels in an adult human body.

TODAY IN HISTORY – 30/8/1909: Burgess Shale fossils were discovered by Charles Doolittle Walcott.

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