“…be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving, let your request be made known to God…” Philippians 4: 6 (NKJV)

All Over the world lots of God’s people are praying daily but very few people are receiving answers to their prayers because of many reasons of which I will share a very important one here. Today, when most people pray, they present their case before God and leave it there expecting to receive answers. But you see in prayers, we must learn not just only to present our case but to argue the case. This is one area most people have not come to understand. In Philippians 4:6, the Bible says “…be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving, let your request be made known to God…” I want you to take note of the part that says “In everything by prayer and supplication”. 

Supplication here means petition and petition according to the dictionary is a formal application made to a court in writing that requests action on a certain matter which I believe must be based on provisions available in the Constitution. The question is how have you been praying? Have you been praying like this? Have you been arguing your case before the Lord? If the answer is no, I encourage you to begin to argue your case today. Do not be among those who just pray and leave, expecting to get answers. If you continue to do that, you will face a lot of disappointments and have so many unanswered prayers. In the next article, we will be looking at some practical steps on how to argue your case before the Lord. Until then make a conscious decision to not only pray but argue your case with knowledge and passion. Praise God!

TODAY’S RHEMA

If you truly want to see your prayers answered, you must learn to argue your case before the Lord!

CONFESSION FOR THE DAY 

Father, I am grateful for this wonderful truth, you have communicated to me. I declare today that the wisdom to present and argue my case is activated in me and as I do this, I am producing many results in my prayers in Jesus name. Amen!

Categories: May 2024

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