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“For example, God’s prophet Elijah was an ordinary person, as we are. He prayed to God that it would not rain. He continued to pray and it did not rain on the land for three years and six months.”
‭‭James‬ ‭5‬:‭17‬

Mostly, our prayers are based on needs, and when they are met we stop praying. The question now is why do you pray? When all your needs are met, what then would you pray about, or, truly, you would stop praying?

What then are the right reasons to pray?

  1. We pray for communion: This is the place you share deep and intimate thoughts with God. You speak and communicate as though, you are seeing your Father face to face. 1John3:1
  2. We pray for revelation: This is another level of communication with God, where He speaks to His children, those who diligently seek Him, through revelation; disclosing secrets about the affairs of men to His children. Daniel 2:19, Acts 18:9.
  3. We pray for edification: “But you, my delightfully loved friends, constantly and progressively build yourselves up on the foundation of your most holy faith by praying every moment in the Spirit.” Jude1‬:‭20‬ ‭TPT‬. Sometimes, you do not even know what to pray about, but by the leading of the Holy Spirit, pray in tongues, edify your spirit.
  4. We pray for enforcement: Pray until what you heard becomes what you see. If what God revealed to you is not what you are seeing manifesting, do not stop praying. What prayer does not enforce, more prayer will.
    Prayer is a factory where God’s words are transformed into glory, graces. It is a place where value is added to one’s life.


Action Point: In few minutes just edify yourself by praying in the Holy Ghost.