Thursday, November 23, 2017

Empowering Women: An overlooked but Essential Biblical Success Principle

Biblical Success Principle : Start With Prayer

Be unceasing in prayer [praying perseveringly] (1 Thessalonians 5:17)

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Success without prayer is like a car without gasoline. Something vital is missing in order for you to get the full potential out of the car. And the same is true for success. You can never really get to your full potential without prayer. It is that vital element that, if left out, will leave you empty and wondering how to fill the space.

Many complicate the prayer and neglect to be committed because either their focused on the length of time or where to pray. Prayer is communicating with God, one on one. The bible tells us to pray without ceasing! That means consult the Father about everything, allow him to become so ingrained in your life that you cannot imagine life without your prayer time with God.

Your success depends on your relationship with God.

When you value a relationship you spend time with that individual. Plus the more you spend time with the other individual the more you get to know them. A true relationship with God centers on our communication with Him. Too many times we make prayer a magical incantation when it is not. It is simple communion with the Father who knows all, is all, and has all things already planned out for you!

One place we miss it is that we spend most of the time talking. Prayer is also about listening to and hearing from God. In the quiet moments of prayer ask for direction and wait for an answer. God will never steer you in the wrong direction.

So pray about everything before, during, and after. There is no necessary posture for prayer, standing, kneeling, and lying prostrate are not necessary to pray but you can if you feel so led. While you can do all of those things, and they are important in their own way, you can just as well be in the tub, laying down or even at your desk in the midst of meeting, praying! You also don’t have to be loud as you pray, speak in tongues, or have an audience to pray. Just pray! Of course as a Christian we believe praying in the spirit accelerates the intervention of God, however, it is not a requirement in your prayer time.

1 Thessalonians 5:17 talks about those quiet prayers without any pretense, at any time, and any place. True success begins with prayer.

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4 Responses to “Empowering Women: An overlooked but Essential Biblical Success Principle”
  1. Hi – Great blog! I agree that many people spend their entire prayer time talking with God, but then God can’t get a word in edge-wise! Silence in prayer is a hard disciple to do, but if we actually listen, we can hear the still small voice.

    Thanks again,

    Lisa Are Wulf – One Woman Sanctuary

  2. Great post. When I became Christian I went to a prayer based church and naturally I prayed all time. In fact I was actually extremely proud that I could pray every morning for an hour. I got married, personalities, living conditions change the way you do things and my prayer life was literally nothing. Then Kids came along, another need of my time. So i struggled with my my lack of prayer time. Now i go to bed late, am woken up during then night and in the morning. when I wake up, I begin praying, I pray while getting the kids ready for school and while I make their breakfast etc etc. I keep praying till I feel the need to stop or get distracted. Either way I don’t let the location, the hour or the amount of time stop me from praying. And now at least I pray. I do want to pray more because as you said success comes from prayer but now I just give myself to God. I am confident my prayer life will grow as my relationship and faith grows. Rather than just praying n my own strength

    • Robin says:

      Thanks for sharing Bess. Yes continue praying and it’s important to give yourself to God.
      God+You=Empowerment Ephesians 6:10 Amplified

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