Pray There Before You Get Thereby Mary Simpson
In this awesome book on Prayer, author, Mary Simpson reveals how Believing Prayer has the power to pull down Divine Aid. Simpson discusses how in certain situations God will grant power and authority to His children to take dominion over atmospheric conditions. Plotting a course, she shows how prayer that leaves your mouth can have the capabilities of being so… See more details below
In this awesome book on Prayer, author, Mary Simpson reveals how Believing Prayer has the power to pull down Divine Aid. Simpson discusses how in certain situations God will grant power and authority to His children to take dominion over atmospheric conditions. Plotting a course, she shows how prayer that leaves your mouth can have the capabilities of being so powerful, it can open a pathway in the spirit realm through which even a Boeing 747 can navigate. This speaks volumes about the impact of a life of obedience, which is also dedicated to prayer. This type of prayer is not just a hope or a wish; but it is realizing that the God to whom we speak, is able to do exceedingly and abundantly above all that we might ask or think according to the power at work on the inside of us. Author Simpson also discusses how to ignite a flame of prayer in your life to such a degree that you will become totally ablaze, as you ascend to new levels of personal and intercessory prayer. Along with that, she will encourage you to not just climb to one secure altitude and then level off, but you will be challenged you to enter supernatural realms of authority in God as you are propelled higher and higher from faith to faith. From the foundation of the world, prayer has always been a way for God to commune with His creation. At the beginning, fellowship and communion between Himself and humanity was what God originally planned prayer to be. It was simply Him walking with, talking to, and communing with humans in the cool of the day. This avant-garde way of God communing with humanity was soon to change. Adam and Eve s sin of disobedience caused a dreadful fall in the Garden of Eden, which precipitated aseparation between God and His creation, thereby; ushering in sin and destruction. At that point, prayer went from being direct communion and a simple walk in the cool of the garden, to becoming a need for humans to petition God for intervention on their behalf. And then men began to call upon the name of the Lord (Gen. 4:26). If the first humans would not have taken that horrible fall, then there would not be a need for us to call on God for help in averting evil, because in the Garden, there was no sickness, no disease, no hurt, pain, ruin, or devastation only harmony between God and His creation. Nevertheless, because of the Fall, sin entered the world and became rampant. Humankind now being weak became subservient, as sin took over. Along with uncontrolled sin, death entered the world, and brought with it: sickness, disease, wickedness, jealousy, envy, malice, and every evil work. This caused humanity to start functioning in an ailing state of devastation. Because the destruction of humanity had begun brought about through the act of one man's sin, and the effects it had on our lives, humans no longer basked in the direct presence of God uninhibited; walking through the paradisaic garden as they talked with Him in the cool of the day. Instead, restraints were put into place, and a need arose for prayer to be done in a different way. Humans still enter the presence of God and commune with Him through prayers of adoration, but added to that communion are: pleas, petitions, intercessions and supplications, requesting God s help to keep them from sliding deeper into the clutches of sins. Can anyone pray to God? Will He answer them? Are there prayers that can move the hand of God others fall flat? Prayer is the only means by which we communicate with our father, so there is a need for us to understand how. One should never wait until they fly into the middle of a spiritual storm before their mind veers toward prayer. In that instance, trouble has already taken hold and could have been averted if the word of God had been sent in advance.
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