prayer dynamics

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‘…all things are possible to him who believes.’ Mark 9:23 NKJV
IN ORDER to access power, you have to go to the outlet and plug in to the source of it. That’s what happens when you pray in faith; you plug in to God’s power. Picture a boat trapped in mud and stuck on the bottom. If you can get it to the dock, you can repair it and send it back out to sea. The trouble is you can’t move it. So what’s the answer? Bring in high-powered tugboats, connect steel cables to the sunken craft and wait for the tide to rise.

Are you getting the idea? When you feel so low that you can‘t lift yourself up, tap into God’s power and let Him lift you up to the place where He can repair, restore and re-commission you. lf you keep that picture in mind, you’ll never think about prayer the same way again. Instead of seeing it as an obligation, you’ll start seeing it as an awesome power that works for you in all circumstances of life.

And you’ll see reading the Bible in different light as well. Paul says, ‘So no‘ brethren, l commend you to God and to the word of His grace, which is able to build you up…’ (Acts 20:32 NKJV). Your problems me be great, but the tide of God’s Spirit is greats and if you let it, it’ll lift you out of your trouble Will they suddenly vanish overnight? No, but you’ll be above them looking down instead of underneath them looking up. At that point you’ll be operating from a position of fait instead of a position of fear.

It can happen for you. God can lift you up: ‘All things are possible to him who believes.’

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