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Are you asking for prayer?  Who is praying for you?


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👆 🎧 (Click image above to listen.). Today’s podcast was a spontaneous prayer prayed over you. 

When is the last time you asked someone to pray for you?  When is the last time you were covered in a prayer? 

This should be something you experience regularly. 

Very often lately in social media prayer requests, requests are prefaced this way, “I don’t ever ask for prayer but…”  This is evidence of someone carrying something for too long and now the pressure of the situation is too much, and they are breaking and finally asking for prayer. 

Asking for prayer should be a habit we develop.  It revitalizes us.  It comforts us.  It encourages us.  The Spirit is present to do what only God can do.  It is a blessing to be prayed for.  

And did you know that for relational issues, answered prayers are often obtained through prayers of agreement?  Read Matthew 18:15-20.

We are to share our burdens with Christ and carry each other’s burdens.  The Apostle Paul shared one of his prayer requests this way:

Romans 15: 30 I urge you, brothers and sisters, by our Lord Jesus Christ and by the love of the Spirit, to join me in my struggle by praying to God for me. 31 Pray that I may be kept safe from the unbelievers in Judea and that the contribution I take to Jerusalem may be favorably received by the Lord’s people there, 32 so that I may come to you with joy, by God’s will, and in your company be refreshed.

He says, “Join me in my struggle…”

Are you asking anyone to join you in your struggle?  Do you believe in the power of prayer?  Do you believe as Paul did that prayers of others and the Spirit of Christ is your way of deliverance?

Philippians 1:19- for I know that through your prayers and God’s provision of the Spirit of Jesus Christ what has happened to me will turn out for my deliverance.

God has a way for you.  He has victory.  He has answers.  He has supernatural assist.  Ask for prayer. 

These are days to be pressing in.  These are days to be covered in prayer.  Many Friend Fridays are episodes where I cover you in prayer.  

Make it a habit to want to be prayed for, to want to be covered in prayer.  Go to church on Sunday and ask someone to pray for you.  Listen to the podcast and receive the prayers often prayed over you in the sessions.  Click on the image above to be connected to today’s Friend Friday prayer over you!

And read the review below for encouragement on the power of prayer!  And if you didn’t see Doug’s letter from the last email I sent out, he has a very encouraging message on persevering and pressing in to the gift of prayer!  

This ministry is part of fulfilling the Great Commission.  Please consider a donation so that we can disciple more!  Blessings!

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The content is original to the author, Gina Williamson. Used with permission.

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