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If You're Praying in the Will of God and it Seems...Pt 1

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Our prayer motivator verse from the Word of God today is Mark 11:24 which reads: "Therefore I say unto you, What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them." 

Our prayer motivator quote today is from A.T. Pierson. He said: "Closet communion needs time for the revelation of God’s presence. It is vain to say, ‘I have too much work to do to find time to pray.’ You must find time to pray or forfeit blessing. God knows how to save for you the time you sacredly keep for communion with Him." 

Our prayer motivator devotional today is the first part of a two-part series entitled If You're Praying In the Will of God and It Seems as though He Is Saying "NO", He Really Wants You to Keep On Praying and Seeking Him - Pray Through from Dr. John R. Rice. Dr. Rice said... 

Here is encouragement for every child of God who has longed to win souls but never has. God has sent someone your way for you to win to Christ. A friend in his journey has come to you and you have had nothing to set before him. And when you asked God, He seemed to say "No." He seemed to disregard your prayer. You never received the power you requested and you never bore fruit as you longed to do. But you can! God did not mean "no" when He said "no." He simply meant for you to keep on asking and praying for you to refuse to be denied. 

How eagerly God waits for His people to pray! Importunate praying, insistent praying can change even the plan of God. How gladly He will give bread to those who wait before Him with importunity, just as the man pictured in Luke 11:5-8 rose and gave his neighbor as many loaves as he needed, not because he was his friend but because of his importunity. 

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