Sunday, July 27, 2008

Pray and Associate!

Prayer guides you to Godly Association!

By Abraham Israel




  • Connect to the man with the vision (Prov 29:18).

  • Have the unity of the Spirit and Co-operate with the vision (Eph 4:3-6). Ex: 4 bulls.

  • Make the vision of your church as your mission [the body of Christ has only one corporate vision (Mark 16:15)].

  • Always have one purpose and one aim corporately and daily pray for the fulfillment of it in due time (Amos 3:3; Acts 1:14, 2:42; 4:24).

The three p’s to consider in Godly Association are,


a) Pray (Phil 4:6).


i. Prayer and supplication + thanksgiving.

ii. Peace will guard your minds.

iii. Here in Phil 4:6, the Greek word used for supplication is ‘de'-ā-sēs’ which means need, indigence, want, privation, penury, a seeking, asking, entreating, entreaty to God or to man.

iv. To supplicate means beg, plead, beseech, implore, entreat and pray Ex: (Daniel 9:2, 3; Nehemiah 1:4-11; Ps 119:170).

v. Supplication means praying through the Spirit of Supplication and it is the grace that empowers us to supplicate (Zech 12:10).

vi. The more we receive this grace, the more we can be able to pray through, until we see something happen in the natural realm from the Spiritual realm (Eph 1:3; Daniel 9:2-3; 10:12-14; Matt 16:16-20).

vii. PUSH P-Pray, U-Until, S-Something, H-Happens.


b) Participate (John 4:35).


i. “Do you not say, ‘There are still four months and then comes the harvest’? Behold, I say to you, lift up your eyes [the call] and look at the fields [the vision], for they are already white for harvest [the challenge]!” (John 4:35).

ii. See things beyond what you see with your physical in to the Spiritual.

iii. Always be focused on the corporate vision and its challenge
.


c) Persevere


i. To persevere is to continue doing or trying something in a determined way inspite of difficulties.

ii. Tribulation produces perseverance
(Rom 5:3).

iii. Perseverance, character and character, hope.

iv. Hope [which is the anchor of the soul] enters in to God’s presence (Heb 6:19).










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