Prayerlessness is Sinful & Dangerous

Prayerlessness is Sinful & Dangerous

Minute with Mike / July 2017

Therefore, confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working. James 5:16.

Satan delights in our attempts at ministry in the power of our flesh rather than the power of the Holy Spirit. He knows that the real battle is in the spiritual realm. Sometimes, I underemphasize the spiritual realm because I’m focused on the tangible aspects of ministry. I need to step up my game. It’s simply impossible to pray too much! But this is also why I’m so thankful for your prayers for this ministry.

We are so encouraged by stories like this that one of our partners shared with Stacy this month…

“I pray for your family and Noble Warriors specifically each month as I open your newsletter. Instead of saying ‘I’ll pray for them’ and forgetting to follow through, I started praying as I open the newsletter. I delight in seeing God’s hand at work in your family and this ministry!”

Your prayer matters! Thank you for engaging the battle with us and for us. The battle for the souls of men is fierce. Your partnership in prayer affects men, marriages, families, churches and communities.

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This article first appeared in the Noble Warriors® Monthly Partner Letter. Click here to learn how you can partner with us.

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