QUESTION OF THE WEEK
Welcome to a new week…We see you entering into your rest financially in Jesus name.
Please note that, every questions raised here is aimed at helping someone out of their current spiritual fire less and drought. Practical and biblical answers are welcomed. Let’s help a believer back on track.
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Going back to how he got his fire on.. He / she should take out time to fast and study the word of God (as a new born babe desire milk of the word so should every believer do as well). To understand the promises of God for his life so that he’ll not derail at every stone the devil would throw at him (study to show thyself approved a work man that needs not to be ashamed). Seek spiritual mentors, surround yourself with godly friends, be filled with the holy ghost and not drunken wine. Asking God to preserve you from presumptuous sins and above all be humble and be teachable. Let your heart be with God truly this time ( where your treasure is there will your heart be also) be determined not to go back and have the faith that God isn’t holding back all the wrongs u did in the past rather he has forgiven you the moment you repented of your sins and confessed him to be your lord and personal saviour. He washed you in his blood making you free from all infirmities.
very truth..but what practical steps can he/she take
Prayer is a major means of engaging in serious communication with God. Prayer is a form of ministry that Christ desires from every believer. It is a sacred and important component of keeping a sound relationship with the Father. In other words, the level at which you are relating and discussing with the Father can be observed by how much you build and manage your prayer life. Prayer is a spiritual work; it involves labour and real effort. It demands concentration, determination, total sincerity and intense desire. Jesus is our perfect example.
If anyone should not pray at all, it should be our Lord Jesus Christ; the second person of the Trinity, yet He prayed. He prayed all night and during the day. He prayed privately and publicly. He taught his disciples how to pray. He is at the right hand of the Father now, still praying and interceding for us. One sure way of developing an effective prayer life is to learn what Jesus taught about prayer.
Let me show you some critical steps on how you can develop an effective prayer life.
1. Relationship. A sound prayer life is based on relationship. Prayer is a communication between two personalities who are in relationship .True prayer Life is built on a sound relationship with the Father. He is our Father and we are His children. One proof that one is a child of God is that one has answers to prayers. That is one of the things that distinguishes a Christian from an unbeliever; the Christian prays to heaven and receives definite and direct answers to his prayers.
2. Worship. When Jesus was giving His disciples the pattern of prayer, one of the things He taught them to say is, “hallowed be Thy name”. We must learn how to honour, worship and adore God. It is not only when you are praying that you honour and / or hallow the name of the Lord, it must become part of your life. Do not use the name of Jesus in vain throughout the day and come to church on Sunday to play religion with the name of God and think you are hallowing His name; it just does not work that way, which is why many people don’t get answers to their prayers. Don’t form the habit of praying to soothe your conscience or just as a religious duty. Let there be true worship, true adoration, true honour for the name of the Lord. And the Lord will bless you in Jesus name. MATTHEW 6:6-14, LUKE 11:1-4, LUKE 18:1, ROMANS 8:26
thanks for your comments..can we proffer a practical step to achieve this…
1. Develop the art of praying the Word
2. Study the prayer life of Christ and others
3. Create a place and an atmosphere for your prayer and be consistent
4.Pray in the Spirit
4. One can have a praying partner