10 Prayers God Always Answers

  1. "Reveal yourself to me."

In the busyness of live, it can be hard to see and hear where the Lord is leading us. If we simply stop and ask him to reveal himself to us, he will, and it’s usually in awesome, amazing ways. He reveals himself in different ways to each one of us. To some of us, he is an inner voice, to others he speaks through visions and dreams. He also speaks at times by revealing the job, opportunity, or resources we need exactly when we need them.

If you’re really struggling, take some time during the day to just get quiet and ask him to reveal himself in your life. Then get into the habit of noticing the smallest of things during your day. He doesn’t always reveal himself in big ways. Sometimes he reveals himself in small ways as well.


10 Prayers God Always Answers

  1. "Forgive my sins."

We serve a loving and merciful God and every one of us are sinners. There is no such thing as a perfect Christian. We all stumble and sometimes backslide, but by opening our hearts and confessing our sins we can be redeemed. The Lord died to save us from our sins. Not just that day on the cross, but every day of our lives.

10 Prayers God Always Answers

  1. "Use me to glorify you."

One of the Lord’s greatest desires is to use us to glorify him. Sometimes it can be hard to know what to do or where he is directing us.  Simply ask him and he will answer. It could be something as big as starting a non-profit for a specific cause or something small, but just as powerful, like buying a homeless person a meal. It could also be using the unique talents he has given you to reach other people for him.


10 Prayers God Always Answers

Prayer can be such a beautiful, simple, and complicated thing at the same time. Everyone prays in their own different way and still, our loving God hears everyone. Getting an answer? That can be a whole different story. Sometimes an answer comes right away and sometimes we have to wait. However, there are some things we can pray for that God will always answer. Why does he always answer? Because of the desire we have to grow in him and see more of him in our lives.

“Praise God, who did not ignore my prayer or withdraw his unfailing love from me.”
-Psalm 66:20 (NLT)

Here are 10 prayers God always answers, without fail. See you tomorrow


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5 Prayers for Happiness

5. A Prayer to Feel God's Love

Holy Father,

Thank you for being the source of all love and righteousness. Thank you for sending Jesus Christ to die so that my sins could be forgiven, and so that I could have a true loving relationship with You, the living God. Help me feel Your love as I go through this world. Sometimes I know in my head that You love me, but in the midst of strife, it can be difficult to make that connection with my feelings and my heart. Man’s heart is fickle, but powerful. Help me feel the Holy Spirit and to be reminded of Your love by my brothers and sisters in Christ. I come to You in prayer so that I may fill myself up at the spring, for You are living water, and I am thirsty. Keep my eyes ever set on You, so that I will never forget how much You love me and will for eternity.

In Jesus’ name, I pray,


Wanting to be happy is not a sin and praying for happiness is not a bad thing to do. Ultimately, pursuing joy will be able to sustain a person through persecution, suffering, pain, and spiritual warfare, but pursuing happiness for the right reasons is a good way to shine a light in a dark world, be more godly, and it can even help someone find more reasons in their daily life to give glory to God.

5 Prayers for Happiness

4. A Prayer for Happiness and Strength

Holy Father,

Thank you for being the rock upon which I can build my life. Thank you for being my fortress, my refuge, and my salvation. Lord, I need strength to continue to pursue the race before me. I ask for happiness, boldness, and strength every day. While I know there will be hard times, I also know that with You, all things are possible. I wish to live a life that is full and is a testimony to Your goodness. Empower me to do so and help me to find both joy and happiness while doing so, even through hardship.

In the name of Jesus, I pray,



5 Prayers for Happiness

3. A Prayer for the Happiness of Others

Holy Father,

Thank you for bringing wonderful brothers and sisters in Christ into my life for fellowship, for assistance, and for companionship. Thank you for Your Holy Spirit, which came first at Pentecost to create true unity between believers from all backgrounds. I know that I am often selfish, and I ask that You forgive me for this sin and help me to focus more on others. Therefore, Lord, I ask for happiness for those around me. Through the ups and downs of life, and the uncertainty of the world, I lift up those around me. Please grant them moments of happiness and supply all their needs according to Your riches in glory, for You are Jehovah Jireh. Send them blessings, and good health. I pray that they will find both joy and happiness.

In Jesus’ name, I pray,






Five Ways to Hear God


Intentionally listen, be still and consciously turn your attention inward to see if what you’re sensing carries the weight of God or is simple the fleeting, unsteady voice of your own emotions. Don’t just casually ask God for guidance. Discernment like this takes time, patience, and practice.


Don’t talk to others more than you talk to God about it. Submit anything you think you’re hearing from Him back to Him in prayer. When the issue comes into your mind throughout the day, don’t waste time worrying, instead, spend you time handling the issue over to God.


Carefully consider what the Bible says. Dig into the Word and find out. Does what you think you’re hearing contradict the character of God or His Word in any way? If it does, guess what – you’re not hearing God correctly.


Just as the priest of Israel provided young Samuel with insight as to how to recognize the voice of God, seek the counsel of a wise, more mature believer who is practiced in discerning God’s voice in the own life.


As the Lord to confirm His internal Word with external evidence. HE desires for you to know His will. He’s not hiding it from you. He will graciously verify His message through His Word, through circumstances, or even through another person.

Wisdom vs knowledge

I have heard it said that knowledge is knowing what to say, Wisdom is knowing when to say it. But what about other things in our lives? Are we wise? Just because you have the knowledge does not mean you have wisdom 

1. If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.

2. How people treat you is their feeling; how you react is yours.

3. When you judge another, you do not define them, you define yourself.

4. You cannot be lonely if you like the person you’re alone with.

5. Conflict cannot survive without your participation.

6. Be miserable. Or motivate yourself. Whatever has to be done, it’s always your choice

7. Abundance is not something we acquire. It is something we tune into.

8. Loving people live in a loving world. Hostile people live in a hostile world. Same World.

9. You’ll see it when you believe it.

10. Go for it now. The future is promised to no one. So, you can change things and you can treat people with love and not judge them. You can also realize that you are not lonely but best of all you can avoid conflict. With God beside you, you can no longer be miserable, and you realize you do not need abundance to live. You choose the world you live in and have faith - believe in God’s love for you. So, what are you waiting for; start today, make the changes and the choices that you know God has for you – Trust Him

The Five Finger Prayer

1. Thumb a. People who are close to you Your thumb is nearest to you. Begin your prayers by praying for those closest to you.

2. Pointer People who point the way Pray for those who teach, instruct, and heal. They need support and wisdom in pointing others in the right direction.

3. Tall Finger

a. People in authority

i. This finger reminds us of our leaders. Pray for the business and industry and administrators.

4. Ring Finger

a. People who are weak

i. This is actually our weakest finger. It reminds us to pray for those who are weak, in trouble or in pain.

5. Little Finger

a. Our own needs

i. This is the smallest finger of all. Your pinky should remind you to pray for yourself. As the Bible says, “The least shall be the greatest among you.” Who are you praying for today? 

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