Bold Prayers, Bold Faith

Our prayers has more to do with intensity rather than vocabulary. It is more about what we do than what we say. Don’t just pray about it; act on it. How many times did Jesus honor people who took desperate measures to get to God? The prostitute who crashed the Pharisee’s party to anoint Jesus feet. The tax collector who climbed a tree just to get a glimpse of Him. The four friends who tore a hole in the roof in order to lower their friend. The woman with issue of blood who tore through the crowd to tug on the hem of Jesus garment. They all were honored for their bold faith. People who took desperate measures to get to God, Jesus honored them for it.

God could care less about protocol. God will honor those who defy protocol with their bold prayers, to express bold faith. Sometimes you need to do something crazy, risky, and dramatic to get to God. Praying before a business meeting. Laying hands on the office door and pray before an interview. Praying before taking an exam or before submitting a job application. Don’t let the naysayers keep you from doing something abnormal for God, especially if He has called you to do it. The miracles in the bible where offsprings of bold faith. Bold faith accompanied with bold prayers honor God.

Note: God isn’t concern with physical breakthroughs, more like spiritual breakthroughs.

I invite you to get to know God intimately and study God’s word deeply. 

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Hi, I’m Tiffany! My hope is to encourage and equip others to nurture a life rooted in the scriptures and a quiet, gentler lifestyle.

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