Luke 18:1 (KJV) – And he spake a parable unto them to this end, that men ought always to pray, and not to faint;
The hand of the Alpha and Omega is not too short that it cannot save, and His ears are not blocked that He cannot hear. The problem is that we seldom know, let alone do what’s good for us. The disciples had the opportunity of averting falling into an impending temptation, but they lacked the strength and stamina to obey the counsel of their Master and Saviour. They refused to ‘watch and pray,’ despite being told what was good for them. The allowed the adversary to sift them like wheat when they had unhindered access to the power and might of God. This book exposes how we expose ourselves to unpleasant experiences and defeat in the hands of our adversaries because we don’t know what’s good for us, and when we do know, we fail to walk the path. If we know what’s good for us, we will certainly make key amends to our lifestyle after reading this Spirit-inspired book.
There is absolutely nothing that prayer cannot accomplish in any sphere of life. The One who counseled us to pray always and not to faint, Jesu Christ, followed the same prescription, lived a glorious life. A life devoid of prayer as a custom is lamentable, one where we willfully or ignorantly choose a lower quality of life in all respects.
The contents of the book will benefit:
- Persons experiencing stagnation and unfulfillment in life that they are unable to explain,
- Persons who have been preoccupied with everything else but abiding in the presence of God in prayer, in their pursuit of success,
- Persons who are discouraged in their faith experience,
- Those who desire to experience much more of God than they know; His wisdom, power and presence,
- Christians who know that they have not lived up to the counsel fo Christ that we all should pray always and not faint, and
- Others who want to take their obedience of this counsel to a new level in order to walk worthy of God and to please Him more.
This book will benefit the reader in a number of ways including but not limited to the following:
- Challenge you to rededicate your life to the custom of praying always and not losing heart;
- You will understand what it truly means to offer the “prayer of faith,”
- You will learn how “importunity” in the place of prayer tops your status (i.e. friendship with God) as a believer,
- Be reminded of God’s commitment to meet all your needs without exception,
- You will learn important issues to which prayer serves as a vital antidote,
- How to build the strength required to walk in victory and dominion over the powers of darkness,
- That you are not humble if you have no custom of prayer, and
- The place of forgiveness in experiencing the power of ceaseless prayers.
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