RCCG 6th July 2020 Divine Encounter with Pastor Adeboye

RCCG 6th July 2020 Divine Encounter with Pastor Adeboye

RCCG 6th July 2020 Divine Encounter with Pastor Adeboye

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RCCG 6th July 2020 Divine Encounter with Pastor Adeboye

Read Open Heaven 6th July 2020 Daily Devotional by Pastor E.A Adeboye

TOPIC: We Are Going Higher: Prayer

“Pray without ceasing.” – (1 Thessalonians 5:17)

READ: Luke 18:1-7 (KJV)

MESSAGE: Prayer is another part of the Christian life that is fast becoming unpopular, but its power has not reduced one bit. When I was a lecturer in the University of Ilorin, my Father-in-the-Lord – Pa Josiah Akindayomi came on a visit and passed the night in my house. Before I went to bed, he was praying; when I woke to ease myself in the middle of the night, he was still praying. Worried, I asked him the next morning what was wrong. He responded that I would understand soon. He passed on and I became the General Overseer of the Church; with the enormity of the task I faced, I started praying all night also. The country needs prayers so that ungodly policies will not stand; you need prayers so that you don’t fall for the tricks of the devil in these end times. Your children need prayers against the perverseness of this generation.

The devil knows that if he can attack a Christian’s prayer life, then he can get that fellow. That is why he brings all sorts of distractions to take your mind off prayers. Your work, family responsibilities, social media, television and even church activities are all things that he ensures take your time such that you have little time left for prayers. I pray for you: Your prayer altar will receive fire in the mighty name of Jesus.

Many of the struggles that we experience today would not even have existed if only we prayed. You can move mountains and change seasons with your prayer. You are only shortchanging yourself when you don’t pray. James 5:16 says:

“…The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.”

(1 John 5:14) says:
“And this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us:”

Seeing all these promises in the ever-true word of God, you know that prayer can solve many of those issues that have lingered too long. As a Christian, you should pray at all times (1 Thessalonians 5:17).

Double your daily prayer time as from today. If you have been praying for thirty minutes daily before, increase it to one hour.

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