Have you ever thought that why your prolonged prayer has not been answered? Last Sunday’s sermon by my church pastor was simply inspiring and I believe if you have been praying for something for a very long time, you should read on.
Law #1 – The Law of Relationship
You must be wondering, why relationship?
It’s simple. Imagine a friend who is not close to you at all but approached you to give him/ her RM500 as he is going through a tight wallet for that month. Will you? Definitely NOT. Unless he/ she is someone who’s really close to your heart.
Thus, you have to develop a close relationship with God if you want to seek your prayers answered. It works similiarly like your good friends.
Law #2 – The Law of Authority
The name of God (for Christians, it will be J-E-S-U-S), is the most powerful name in the universe. We are supposed to live by His Law and abide in Him.
Law #3 – The Law of Divine Will
We have to understand that the prayer is not about demanding things from God or manipulating God to do what we want Him to do. It must be done in His will.
Having said that, the prayer with God should be intensely personal, deep and meaningful. It is similar as how you share with your earthly father on your problems and seeking solutions and assistance from him.
Law #4 – The Law of Faith
Faith has always been the most famous word in any belief. Faith gives you the ability to live beyond our limit. That is for sure. And that is the time when God comes in and we see things Unlimited.
When we have faith, we will believe our prayers will be answered.
It is simply amazing that how God does His wonders and works in our lives. Simply astonishing, astounding and indescribable.
His answered prayers may come easily as direct answers, delayed answers, different answers or even denied answers. But we all know, God will surely want the best for us. Agree?
I guess I have to stop preaching in this entry. But a moment of inspiration especially to those who have been praying for a very long time. Do not give up. Keep praying. I am joining you too!