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Turnaround Power of Prayer – Feb 23 – Journey of Leadership Daily Devotion

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Prayer is a powerful force that moves the Hand that turn things around. Whenever we truly pray, we make heaven to bear its rule upon the earth.

For those who have been praying for our dear country, Nigeria, I want to encourage your hearts that we shall see a turnaround.

Prayer that brings Turnaround

Not every kind of Prayer brings positive turnaround. It’s only prayers that meet the manner which Christ instructed in Matthew 6:9-10 that will surely generate a turnaround.

Kingdom-oriented Prayer is Highly Effective

Leaders must teach others on the art of effective praying. One of the most abused aspects of Christian faith today is prayer. 

When people learn to pray Kingdom advancement prayers, mighty turnarounds will be taking place all over.

R.C Sproul once said, “Christians are to pray for the manifestations of the reign of Christ and the emergence of His Kingdom.

The most profitable prayer that will bring turnaround should not be focused on the pursuit of our ease and comfort as individuals or a nation; but the progressive expansion of the Kingdom of God.

“As it is in Heaven Burning Passion”

The kind of burning passion which drives us into prayer determines whether we shall have results with God.

The prayers that bring turnaround to us from the Lord will carry in it the unquenchable fire that is crying for what takes place in heaven to be seen taking place on the earth ~ Our homes, churches, organizations and nations.

When the will of God consumes our hearts and translated into prayer, deliverance shall be the turnaround experience we are going to have (Philippians 1:19).

There is a great turnaround that is coming our way this season. The Lord will respond to our prayers. 

Lord, come and reign over Nigeria!

Your praying is training for reigning with Christ

“And he repaired the altar of the Lord that was broken down…Then the fire of the Lord fell…” (1 Kings 18:30,38).

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