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October 29 2016

I like to begin by saying that Elijah was a man who prayed effectively, fervently and earnestly as James told us plainly in James 5:16-17. The meaning of that is, he prayed with Spirit empowered energy and vigor, fervency and heat, he prayed with persevering continuance with intensity. It could be said that this type of prayer has much force, it is strong and it prevails.

It is sad and unfortunate to hear and see the mindset and mentality some people today have about prayer; they see prayer as a mere formality, a religious routine that is done only to impress others in public.

Question is, what proper rules do we need to engage so as to Enjoy the fruitful results acquired through our anointed prayers?
1. Be Fervent: Put your full heart into your prayers. Lean into prayer with a determined effort, great zeal and energy.
2. Be Expectant: Prepare your mind to win as you enter the prayer closet. If you don't believe that it will be answered, then it's better not to pray. Pray in faith, expect, believe that you will receive and confess that your prayers prevails.
3. Be Bold: The bolder you are the better the result you will get. Men who are bold in prayer get fearful results. I like to say here that faith is not the absence of Fear. It is taking steps despite the fear.

Hear this: if you must get the results of Elijah, then you must be bold like Elijah, fervent like Elijah and expectant like Elijah.

I pray for you today, grace to be fervent, expectant and bold in prayer receive it now in Jesus name. I decree the release of the Spirit of Boldness and fervency in the Spirit upon you, From today I declare that your prayers shall prevail and receive speedy answers in Jesus name. You are blessed... Good morning...
#peace... AuzaMoses#
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