“And they devoted themselves to the Apostles’ teaching, to the fellowship, to the breaking of break, and to the prayers” (Acts 2:42).
Prayer is the way we make contact with God. It is simple communication with God. Prayer is one of the most self-revealing acts of a human being. It is crying out to God and pouring our soul out to him. Through prayer, we let God know what we need. More importantly, prayer is listening to God. It serves as a way to hear the voice of God in our lives. The Bible teaches that we are to pray continually and give thanks in all circumstances (I Thessalonians 5:17).
If we look at the history of the church, revivals and great awakenings were always connected to people unifying and praying for the Lord to work in various situations. And that’s what we strive for in our congregation.