For the new creation in Christ Jesus, prayer is more than a religious activity; prayer is more than a request. For the New Testament believer, prayer is a fellowship. Prayer is bringing us and God together in oneness. Prayer is a fellowship with the Father through the Holy Spirit in the name of Jesus. It is not a duty, but a delightful experience in sweet discourse.

In prayer, we learn to take our rights and privileges. With our prayers we can change and alter anything for good. Prayer is a place of getting yourself rubbed – off in God presence, it is an arena where God’s word comes to reality in your heart. No man is greater than his prayer life. Unction and the anointing of God’s Spirit come in increasing measure in the place of prayers.

Anytime God intends to do great and mighty things in a nation or among people; He would first set men into praying, because there is an item in the plan of God that requires our prayer. Prayer affects eternity and God would never deny the power of prayer. Prayer is an intercourse that brings into oneness. It is a union, a fellowship.


  1. Prayer of Revelation ( Ephesians 1: 17 – 23)

  2. Prayer of Realization (Ephesians 3: 14 – 21)

  3. Prayer for the expansion of the gospel (Ephesians 6: 19 ; Acts 4:  24 – 33, Colossians 4: 2 – 3, 2 Thessalonians 3: 1)

  4. Prayer for more Spiritual Realities ( Colossians 1 : 9 – 11,Philippians 1: 9 -10)

A believer should learn to pray with the Word (pray the word), scriptural praying is a requisite to praying right. The word guides and navigates you not just to pray correctly but to pray the plans and purposes of God. It is very good to take up scriptures and say it loud or better still have them stored in the heart such that it easily flow from the inside out. Anytime is the best time to pray. Anytime is the best time to commune with God. You begin now, the Father awaits you! The believer has been ordained to receive answers to prayers. Glory to His name, even us!

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