When we pray, invisible chains that bind people suddenly fall off!

Greetings to you in the name of Jesus Christ! I pray for the mercy and grace of the LORD to be multiplied this day in your life. I wish this day to be successful for you and filled with the glory of the LORD!All this time we have been talking about the importance of prayer and about the things that happen in the life of a person that has made prayer the main priority in his or her life. If prayer becomes a priority in your life, your life will show signs of obvious favour from God and men. But every person must taste it for himself; it is not enough to hear about it. It is through prayer that we can experience the goodness of God. It strengthens our relationship with God. It helps us to have confidence in God despite the circumstances. I am sure that my God is good, because I have personally experienced it. I have tasted His goodness through prayer.I recommend you to read Acts 12. You will see what happens when prayer is a priority in life. This chapter tells us about the time when Jacob was killed and Peter was thrown into prison. Herod wanted to kill Peter as well. And what did the church do at that time? They prayed – as they always did and as they knew to do. Prayer was a priority for the early church.So the Bible says:
 «Peter was therefore kept in prison, but constant prayer was offered to God for him by the church» (Acts, 12:5).
God called His people to pray. The church was in constant prayer on behalf of Peter. Peter was sleeping at the time, even though they were planning to execute him in 2 days. How could he sleep? He knew the church was praying. Peter’s heart was filled with the peace of God; he was not worried or panicking. When we pray, our hearts are filled with peace despite the circumstances.What happened next? While Peter was sleeping, an angel showed up in his prison cell. When we pray, we witness supernatural occurrences that are unexplainable and unexpected; they are signs of God’s intervention in our situation. When we pray, God sends His angels to help us and to minister to us. An angel came to Peter and this is what happened next:
 “Now behold, an angel of the LORD stood by him, and a light shone in the prison; and he struck Peter on the side and raised him up, saying, “Arise quickly!” And his chains fell off his hands” (Acts, 12:7).
The chains feel off Peters hands by themselves. When we pray, invisible chains that bind people suddenly fall off. God wants to deliver you from possible bondages. He wants deliver other people through you – through your prayers.
“Oh, taste and see that the LORD is good! “ (Psalm, 34:8).
Till tomorrow!Pastor Rufus Ajiboye

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