Ephphatha Daily Devotional

Today’s Devotional
MINISTRY: Emancipation Word Outreach
DATE: 8th June, 2016
AUTHOR: Rev’d Israel A. Adegbite

TEXT: “……one of his disciples said unto him, Lord, teach us to pray, as John also taught his disciples”. Luke 11:1 KJV 

Prayer is an appeal to a higher authority for tempering judgement with mercy. Praying means seeking favorable decisive intervention. Now, in this context, prayer is the communication with God asking for divine help. It may as well connote an appeal to God to secure man in helpless, desperate situations. Mike Murdock described prayer as a weapon of our life; we should blame ourselves for any failure incurred if we do not engage it. This implies that prayer is the powerful fellowship with the Almighty. How may we pray acceptably: 1. Pray scripturally 2. Pray with strong reasons 3. Pray fervently 4. Pray incessantly 5. Pray with agreement 6…

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About osarobohenry

Born again Christian, father, husband, brother, and friend who loves learning and reading more about the goodness, mercy, peace, love, faithfulness, and protection of God. A peace lover. I fellowship with Lewsey Pentecostal Church - Luton, United Kingdom.

6 responses »

  1. The True Light! says:

    We cannot expect prayer to be very helpful if we only turn to it in times of need or want alone. We should be everyday users of this most powerful tool!



    • osarobohenry says:

      You are very, very correct. The bible says that we should pray without ceasing – 1 Thessalonians 5 : 17. Thank you Steve for your contribution. May you be highly favored in the name of Jesus Christ.

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