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Prayer is a gift that God has given people so that they can have a relationship with Him built on faith. According to Philippians 4:6, we are not to be anxious about anything, but in everything we are to pray with all sorts of prayers and God’s promise is that the peace of God will guard our hearts and minds. God wants to hear about every detail of your life. Prayer is the engine room of a believer’s life.
In prayer, you can talk to and encounter God. You can share your heart with Him and hear what He wants to say to you. There is nothing too big or too small to talk about with God. The Bible tells us that we can have friendship with God. While we always want to be in reverence of God, we can talk to Him like we would a friend.

God answers prayer

Jesus said that if we abide in Him (have an intimate relationship with Him) and His words live within us then we can ask anything in His name, and He will do what we ask of Him. God is faithful and will always answer your prayers but perhaps not as you imagine. What we know for sure is that God is working all things together for the good of those who love God (Romans 8:28).

What prayer can look like

The most important part of prayer is faith. The Bible says that if we ask and entertain unbelief in our heart then we should not expect to receive anything.
There are several ways to pray. These include:
  • Praising God for who He is
  • Admitting your sin and asking for God’s mercy and forgiveness
  • Thanking God for who He is and all He does for you
  • Asking for healing or help with something
  • Praying for others (intercession)

Corporate Prayer Meetings

Prayer is not only the engine room of a believer’s life but the engine room of the church.

We invite you to join us for our weekly prayer meeting.

We meet Tuesday Mornings at Hope Church from 6:00 am to 10:00 am. We pray over the Church, the region, our community and as the Holy Spirit leads.

On Sunday mornings we meet at 8:30 am to pray for the service and invite the Holy Spirit to move in power.

Can we pray for you?

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