Sunday, May 10, 2020

How to Pray for Peace

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1 Timothy 2:1-2 (NET)
First of all, then, I urge that requests, prayers, intercessions, and thanks be offered on behalf of all people, even for kings and all who are in authority, that we may lead a peaceful and quiet life in all godliness and dignity.

Christians are agents of the kingdom of God. One attribute and sign that the kingdom of God is somewhere is that there would be peace. The other attributes are righteousness and joy in the Holy Ghost (see Rom 14:17).

When God places you in a territory, He expects that through you and because of you, peace comes into that territory.

The devil likes creating wars and unrest because these are contrary to the advancement of the kingdom of Christ. But he does not have so much authority to make trouble where there are children of God who know how to use their authority in the place of prayer. It is when there is peace that we can more easily preach the gospel and get people saved. It becomes very difficult to preach if everyone is running for his life.

One effective way to pray for peace is by praying for people and leaders. When Satan wants to steal peace, he manipulates people and their leaders. If we want there to be peace, we must pray for people and their leaders.

As you go into today, remember that you are an agent of peace. Your prayers are very powerful to this end. Never forget to use your authority in the place of prayer to enforce peace in your territory. Do not forget that the most effective way to pray for peace is by praying for the people and those in authority.
-Abraham Damilola Arigi

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