I am deeply challenged by what I am writing in this blog. One of the four devotions the Early Church committed themselves to was prayer (Acts 2:42). This devotion started in Chapter 1 before the Holy Spirit came. After he came, there was a manifestation of power the disciples and apostles had never seen before because they were asking for things they had never asked before in prayer. In the face of opposition and persecution, they asked; “Lord…grant to your servants to continue to speak your word with all boldness…And when they had prayed, the place in which they were gathered together was shaken, and they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and continued to speak the word of God with boldness” (4:29, 31).
Notice that their request was not for personal needs, but for the spread of God’s Word. When we start putting our emphasis on what matters more to God with eternal consequences, we will also sense a unity in the Spirit and immediate answers that transform lives into powerful messengers of the gospel. NOTHING WILL BE ABLE TO STOP THE POWER OF GOD IN SUCH PERSONS!
NO PRAYER – NO POWER
LITTLE PRAYER – LITTLE POWER
MUCH PRAYER – MUCH POWER
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