Prayer Works

If you ever get to a place in your life where you feel like something is missing, it’s probably a connection problem: you are disconnected from God and too connected to the world. Prayer and fasting can have a powerful impact on setting your life back on track.

Prayer connects us to God.

The more time you spend with something or someone, the more confidence you build in it. The same is true for God. The more time you spend with God, the more your faith in Him will grow.

3 Components of Saturday Morning Praye

Worship - Focus
It puts our focus where it needs to be, on Jesus.
Psalm 121:1-3 (NLT), “I look up to the mountains - does my help come from there?  My help comes from the Lord, who made heaven and earth!  He will not let you stumble; the one who watches over you will not slumber.”

The Word - Faith:  We always bring the Word because it stirs faith.
Romans 10:17 (KJV), “So then faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.”

The Word, at Saturday Morning Prayer will either inspire you to pray or teach you how to pray.

Warfare - Fight: This is where we fight the devil.
Ephesians (ESV), “For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places.”
We have a spiritual battle to fight every day.  To do anything great for God we have to learn to win the war in the spiritual realm.
Prayer is communion with God and confrontation with the devil.
Fasting is one of the least known disciplines in the church, but it is a practice mentioned both in the Old and New Testament of the Bible and by Jesus Himself, and it has incredible power for our lives today.

Fasting disconnects us from the world.
Fasting isn’t about punishing yourself because God wants you to suffer, rather it’s about intentionally disconnecting from worldly things for a season so you can hear from God and experience the full life He has for you.

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