Prayer is communion with the Lord, the coming before the Creator of the Universe to know Him and to share your heart with Him. In response, to know His heart for you and to listen for His voice. Fasting is another way to do this, the act of refraining from an action.
Whether you’re praying that God mend your own or someone else’s emotional, physical, or spiritual wounds; here are 10 Scriptural verses you can pray out loud or in your heart, to help usher in restoration.
Use these powerful prayers for healing to call upon God for strength and faith to overcome sickness, depression, and grief. Discover 15 blessed prayers for healing along with Bible verses about healing to help in trying times of illness and pain.
God will achieve victory because the battle belongs to him. Here's encouragement to lift up your voice and pray for it: don’t back down from your giants. The story ends in God’s favor, which is victory.
Our lives are crazy, and anything can happen on any day. When things are going wrong, sometimes all we can focus on are the bad things. Instead, we should look for the surprise blessings that can make any day a good day.
Romans 8 reminds us that no matter how 'weak' our prayer life may feel, we do not pray alone. Even when we don't know what to pray or how, the Spirit himself intercedes through wordless groans, in accordance with God's will. Here are 6 ways the Spirit intercedes for you.
Old Testament Scripture (Proverbs 31:10 and Ruth 3:11) gives woman a most wonderful name ... eschet chayil. This word in Hebrew (the original language of the Old Testament) means "woman of valor." God created His daughters to be eschet chayil. To be strong not weak. Brave not fearful. Courageous not cowardly. But, it's up to us to walk confidently in that God-given identity. Will you join us today to declare this bold, ground-shaking, stronghold breaking declaration?
In addition to providing yummy lunches and the necessary school supplies, praying for our children is a powerful and effective way we can partner with God in the work that He wants to do in our children’s lives. Here are four specific areas in which we can pray for our children.