30 Day FREE Prayer Challenge
Experts agree it takes 21-30 days to form a habit. This Prayer challenge is designed to help you get started working towards a lifestyle of prayer. Prayer not only strengthens our relationship with God but when we pray with other believers, prayer also strengthens the bonds between fellow Christians.
God’s Word Calls Us to Pray
One key reason to pray is because God has commanded us to pray. If we are to be obedient to His will, then prayer must be part of our life in Him.
Prayer Allows us to Participate in God’s Work
It is not that God can’t work without our prayers, but that He has established prayer as part of His plan for accomplishing His will in this world.
Prayer Keeps us Humble Before God
Prayer reminds us that we are not in control, but God is. Prayer strengthens our relationship with God, and helps to build our faith.
Jesus Prayed Regularly
The Gospels are full of references to the prayers of Christ,
Prayer Gives us Power Over Evil
“For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms” (Ephesians 6:12).
Prayer Fulfills Emotional Needs
Do we need God through prayer? Yes! We were made to function best, emotionally, in a prayerful relationship with God.
Prayer is How We Communicate with God
Prayer allows us to worship, praise, and honor the Lord. Moreover, prayer grants us the opportunity to present our requests to God.
Prayer is our privledge
Nothing can keep us from approaching God in prayer except our own choices
Prayer Can Succeed Where Other Means Have Failed
Prayer can succeed where other means have failed. Prayer should not be the last resort, but our first response. But there are times when sincere prayer must be offered in order to accomplish something.