“When We Pray” by Tauren Wells

“I see revival rising. I see hope on the horizon, as a generation stepping out in faith. Because we will be a people on our knees, as one before the King. Yeah, we believe. All the world starts changing when the church starts praying, strongholds start to break. Oh, when we pray, prison walls start shaking at the sound of praising. Nothing stays the same, oh, when we pray. Let your kingdom come, Lord. Let your will be done.”

Prayer brings hope. Prayer is something we can do when we feel helpless to do anything else in the face of disappointment, discouragement and danger. And it is the most important thing we can do! There is unstoppable power when we pray. Let’s be part of a generation on our knees, stepping out with unstoppable faith. Let’s live what we believe—that all the world will start changing when the church starts praying! Start today to ramp up your prayer life. Pray on your own, pray with your family, pray with your friends. Pray in the morning, at midday and at night—pray without ceasing! Be a part of the prayer revival that is called for in this song!

1 Thessalonians 5:17-18: “…pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.”

Questions: How much do you believe in the power of prayer? Have you seen specific answered prayer in your life recently? How will you “ramp up” your prayer life, starting today?

Prayer Power: Dear Lord, thank you for the opportunity to pray. I know you are listening. Help me to be more faithful and more fervent in my prayers, Lord. I want to pray with unstoppable faith. Amen. (don’t stop praying here—go on and pray for the things that are on your heart right now. Don’t worry about getting the words right. God will understand. He is eagerly listening for your prayers.)

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1 Comments on ““When We Pray” by Tauren Wells”

  1. I love this! I read recently in “God is able” by Priscilla Shirer that our prayers today can have a kind of ripple effect in unexpected ways—not only in the present, but in generations to come! It keeps me persevering, even if I don’t see an immediate, tangible answer. God is ALWAYS on the move! It’s exciting!

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