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As I continue to teach this topic, I want you to understand that your solemn request is the communication you need in the place of prayer and fellowship with God, so that the answer to your faithful communion will manifest in your life.

Already you have all that you need; however, God uses your solemn request to open your eyes to receive that which He already made available for you in His Word because you have located them, through the wisdom of His fulfilled promises in Christ.

Reference: 1st John 5:14-15 New International Version (NIV)

"This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us. And if we know that He hears us—whatever we ask— we know that we have what we asked of Him."

The fourth segment in the above versified statement is:

And if we know that He hears us...

If you know that His ears are open to your prayers, then pray. Many of us know that God hears us when we pray, but we do not pray. Through the gracious influence of the Holy Spirit, you must desire His enablement to refrain from anything that sponsors prayer-less habits, and then, force yourself to pray by persistent endeavours. Are you really born again? If yes, then, in your Christian life, you must condition your mind and spirit to function under the imperative necessity of promoting the attitude of "praying without ceasing."

Ephesians 6:18 (NASB) reads, "With every prayer and request, pray at all times in the Spirit, and with this in view, be alert with all perseverance and every request for all the saints." If we are to do much with God, much for God, much for ourselves, as well as become a blessing to others, Ephesians 6:18 is the answer. The universality of any spiritual and physical blessing is made manifest in the place of preparation known as the secret place with God. It is where we address everything that needs to be addressed in our lives, and leave nothing to chance, because the deepest means of meeting all the needs in our lives is the "quality times" we spend with Supreme Deity.

1 Thessalonians 5:17-18 reads, "Be unceasing and persistent in prayer; in every situation [no matter what the circumstances] be thankful and continually give thanks to God; for this is the will of God for you in Christ Jesus"(AMP). This versified statement is saying that the most spiritual sacrifices we can make to God is the best of our prayer and thankful praise, which are acceptable through Jesus Christ, because it is the will of God for us. In addition, praying unceasingly and persistently has something it does in us, which in turn, positions us in the realm of expressing the acts of strong faith that can yield tremendous divine results, yet we pray so little, and deny ourselves the divine efficiency that accompanies the spiritual act.

It is quite unfortunate that many a heart is carrying some "burdensome" worries and a heavy weight of exigent trouble because of prayerlessness. If that troubled Christian man or woman would learn to put to work what they have, which is the knowledge that God hears us, and then use the advantage they already possess in the place of prayer, they would surely regret why they have wasted their precious time entertaining unnecessary burdens as a result of vain commitment to prayer-less Christian living, which has gotten in the way of their blessings.

Hear me, the dominion that God has bestowed on the new creation will remain inconsequential and inoperative, unless we pray without ceasing. Therefore, beloved, if we know that He hears us...Pray! Stay tuned for part 6. Shalom!

Scripture Reading - Isaiah 40:31; John 9:31; John 16:24; Romans 12:12.

Guided Prayer:

Gracious Father and Almighty God, I have the answers of my prayer requests in abundance because you heard me and you always hear me. Therefore, I'm full of gratitude marked by utter amazement in honour of your glory, majesty and excellence, in Jesus' Name, Amen!


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