Prayer code. The dos and don’ts of prayer.


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Prayer is simply communication between humanity and divinity.

Every prayer needs an altar.

The human heart is the altar of prayer.

A filthy altar can’t open the portals to divinity.

FIRE is usually the response to the altar call.

No fire means no answer.

In our territory, many pple just don’t know how to pray.

Prayer is not a one way drive. It takes two to tangle.

Always await a response to ur prayers… That’s if you are praying right.

The word and the voice are the simplest means of response to prayer

You meditate on d word to see the one that jumps at you… The Rhema word.

Or you listen to your spirit to hear Ruach haKodesh speak to you.

Ruach haKodesh is Holy Spirit in Hebrew transliteration.

Stop vain repetitions in prayers. God is not deaf, and he can hear clearly.

Your spirit, mind, and body must agree with the prayer. Else its a waste of time.

Amen means verily, truly, so be it.. It not just wot u say after every sentence.

Wen you say Amen.. You agree with the prayer.. With your spirit soul n body. Just like a covenant.

So hear d prayer well before saying Amen.

If you did not hear the prayer well. Hold ur peace. Not saying Amen is not a sin if u did not hear d prayer.

People have abused Amen so much. Check the Bible, how often is Amen used?

Amen appeared about twice in Matthew, and twice in Luke. Once in John.

In roman 7times,and it was in reference to God. As a blessing.

Amen isn’t used just as you wish. It has a spiritual implication.

Many people think the more the Amen, the more potent the prayer… No! Not so.

In the King James Bible, the word amen is preserved
in a number of contexts. Notable ones include:

The catechism of curses of the Law found in
Deuteronomy 27.

A double amen (“amen and amen”) occurs in
Psalm 89 (Psalm 41:13; 72:19; 89:52), to confirm
the words and invoke the fulfillment of them.

The custom of closing prayers with amen
originates in the Lord’s Prayer at Matthew
6:13.

Amen occurs in several doxology formulas in
Romans 1:25, 9:5, 11:36, 15:33, and several times
in Chapter 16.

It also appears in doxologies in
the Pss (41:14; 72:19; 89:53; 106:48). This liturgical
form from Judaism.

It concludes all of Paul’s general epistles.

In Revelation 3:14, Jesus is referred to as, “the
Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of
God’s creation.”

Amen concludes the New Testament at Rev.
22:21.

At this point, you should know the volume of your amen doesn’t necessarily affect the result.

Don’t let the Amen lose its significance due to the spirit of religion. This is becoming a trend in religion.

Make sure it comes from your spirit always. That’s why your heart must be in d prayer.

So much to say, but so little time.

I cover the bowl for now, will break another seal another day.

May we walk in the faith of the Lord. Amen. (say Amen!)

Have a great day.
A son with a message,
Harkheindzel Kenny O.

#curtainDrops.

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