Can you please pray for me?
My answer is always, “Of course! What do you need prayer for?” And then I pray for that person right there.
I don’t wait until later (though I do pray on my own later) because there’s something powerful about praying together.
Read through the Book of Acts.
You’ll quickly notice that mighty things happened when the Church prayed together.
Jesus told us that He’ll do anything we ask in His name.
Jesus told us that praying in faith can move any mountain, any obstacle.
Jesus taught us how to pray and Paul laced his letters with prayers.
Talking with God is vital to our Christian walk. (We’ve talked many times about prayer.)
The Boiler Room taught on prayer tonight.
Following the teaching we prayed for our church community, for the necessary transitions to better serve the poor.
I walked away reminded that “Thy kingdom come, thy will be done” is not possible without prayer and the power of the Holy Spirit working in my life.