Strategic Prayer

11295564_963027587093682_4918178070511120845_n“They may start from different points, and travel by different roads, but they converge to one point: they are one in prayer. To them, God is the center of attraction, and prayer is the path that leads to God. These men do not pray occasionally—not a little or at odd times. But they pray in such a way that their prayers enter into and shape their very characters. They pray so as to affect their own lives and the lives of others, and to cause the history of the church to influence the current of the times. They spend much time in prayer, not because they watch the shadow of the dial or the hands on the clock, but because it is to them so momentous and engaging a business that they can scarcely quit.” E. M. Bounds

Did you know that God passionately desires that we partner with Him in prayer? We have a dynamic role in determining the measure of the quality of our life, because God opens doors of blessing when we pray. But we must rise up in prayer and partner with Him, or we will not see these blessings. It is wise to develop a strategic prayer life. God seeks for those who will stand in the gap and pray (Ezekiel 22:30). Your prayers will influence those around you in a powerful way. Developing a strategic prayer life is the wisest thing we can do with our life. Nothing will happen without it. 

By Debbie Przybylski
Intercessors Arise International
IHOPKC

Igniting the Fire of Prayer Worldwide

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