THE IMPACT OF YOUR PRAYER
“At dahil alam nating pinapakinggan nga Niya tayo, alam din nating ibinibigay Niya ang bawat hinihiling natin sa Kanya.”
Do you ever wonder if prayer really works? You’re praying about something and Satan whispers to you, “This is a waste of time. Forget it!
God is not listening. Don’t waste your time.”
Prayer works because God is in control.
We have to trust His wisdom and His goodness.
Prayer can do whatever God can do. His resources are available to you.
Twenty times in the New Testament it says, “ASK.”
It’s encouraging to know that things that are out of my control are not out of God’s.
I may not be able to change a situation, but I can pray, and God can change it.
God knows what’s best, and you don’t. The Bible tells us, “We are sure that [God] hears us if we ask Him for anything that is according to His will”.
Look at the phrase “according to His will."
The attitude of your prayer needs to be: “Lord, this is my prayer request, but Your will be done.” That’s what Jesus prayed in Luke 22:42
: “Father, if you are willing, take this cup from me; yet not my will, but yours be done”.
PRAY ACCORDING TO HIS WILL.
“Hindi tayo nag-aatubiling lumapit sa Kanya dahil alam nating ibibigay niya ang anumang hingin natin kung ito'y NAAAYON sa KANYANG KALOOBAN.”
Quick Daily Bible Study is a devotion from Pastor Eloi Cabillian with Bro. Deo and Sis. Grace Fermin.
JP Reflections: How to make prayer impactful?
Praying is talking to God but it's usually asking.
Asking for something to be done your way.
It's usually because other people want that something to be done their way.
If you should ask, ask with the greatest of impact.
Pray according to His will.