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Pray With Power

John 15:7 “If ye abide in me, and my words abide in you, ye shall ask whatever ye will, and it shall be done unto you”

Praise, Repent, Ask, Yield

We believe in the power of prayer- true prayer is answered as a result of a mind that seeks after the Will of God. As you deepen your relationship with Christ, God will instill his will within your heart, and his Holy Spirit will drive you to pray after the things of God. This is a guideline for you to follow in order to help truly abide in Christ. We do not take credit for the accronym, however we have provided you additional information to help you communicate with our Father more effectively.

Always pray in the name of Jesus! (John 14:13-14, Matthew 21:22, Mark 11:24, John 15:7, John 15:16, John 16:23-24).


Praise God in all that you do. Give him glory in all that you do. After all, he created everything that the human eye can see and then more. Recognize our Father’s only begotten son, Jesus Christ. Jesus died for ours sins, and because of this we have ETERNAL SALVATION. Count your blessings even when times are tough. Sometimes God will do things and we do not understand why he does them. Giving God thanks is easy when things are going great, but he wants to see that we are able to give thanks even when the going gets rough. He will always pick us back up when we fall down. When the praises go up, the blessings come down. Praise your way through depression, anxiety and fear and patiently wait for the Lord to deliver you.


"Behold, I was shapen in iniquity; and in sin did my mother conceive me"-Psalm 51:5. We are not sinners because we sin, we sin because we are born sinners. Nobody here on Earth is perfect. Only God, his son Jesus and his Holy Spirit are perfect. However, he already knows this. We have to take accountability for our actions and realize that our ways could never be like his without his help. We have to recognize the wrong things we have done and ask for redemption. He does not want us to always feel shameful or guilty, but he does want us to know when we made a mistake. He wants us to be humble and change our ways so that we can live as Holy men and women. He will cleanse us of our iniquity and create us whole again, but only if we realize that we need it and we need his mercy to do it. If we are not willing to look at ourselves, the Lord will not be able to purge us from our sin.


God is all knowing and all seeing. He tells us not to worry about what we will eat, drink or wear. Jesus tells us to take no thought about the those needs that God promises to supply (Matthew 6:25), but he still wants us to pray to him and tell him our concerns, worries and needs. Our God is not an idol. He is alive and roaring like a fire, and he wants to have a relationship with each and every one of us. The same way we would have a relationship with a significant other or a parent, we can have the same kind of relationship with God. When times are tough he will always hold us up. Ask for strength, resilience, wisdom, love, whatever you may be needing at the time. Do not be surprised when God gives you a challenge to overcome in order for you to acquire what you are praying for. He wants you to grow through what you go through. And remember, ALWAYS pray in the name of JESUS. John 14:15 "And whatever you ask in My name, that I will do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son." If it will glorify God then you can count on Jesus' to provide it. 


Surrender to God’s glory and power. He wants us to submit to him and his purpose for us. There is so much negativity happening around us today and sometimes it is hard to get a clear picture of what our future holds. We tend to forget that God has a special plan for each of us and collectively we are equally as important in carrying out his will, which will ultimately lead to the second coming of Jesus. Together we are the body of Christ and we are one big family. His purpose in our life not only reflects our career and personal lives, but also something that is much bigger than we can comprehend. In the end Jesus will have victory but God has something special in store for every one if his faithful followers. He says, “Be still and know that I am God” (Psalms 46:10).

"Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen."
(Hebrews 11:1)