At PrayerHelps, we know that no matter what race you belong to or what background you come from all of us can be happy and be blessed. We are a small community of praying folks that want to pass on the blessings to our neighbors to bring hope, meaning and purpose through praying with you and praying for you.
With internet and social media we have access to tons of information 24/7. But most information, news conversation and even conversations with your acquaintances are sad, hurtful, divisive, boring and even offensive. Although the privilege to stay connected to information at any time is a big blessing, the impact of negative information and its impact in our daily lives is ignored. As a result there are more who feel isolated, discouraged and depressed today.
Prayer plays a major role living a peaceful and happy life and PrayerHelps is committed to help one individual at a time through prayer.
Welcome to PrayerHelps community. We would love to hear from you and also send us any prayer request you may have. Also would like to hear if you feel or think something changed in your life as a result of prayer either from one of our Prayer helps Pal or by posting prayer on our website.
There are enough reasons in this broken world to feel discouraged. Entertainment and social life are good alternatives but only temporary and part solutions. You can have joy, confidence, and purpose even in the middle of chaos and confusion around.
Don’t let discouragement overtake your day. Contact us today and see what prayer can do to your life. Have a blessed and positive day whatever you are going through! We do not believe life is easy. At PrayerHelps community we believe in hope and a reason to be grateful and live a good life with the power of prayer.
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The Vision of PrayerHelps is that each individual we serve be able to have a prosperous life through better prayer lives. Also to help one discover God’s eternal purposes in hearts.
On prayerhelps we pray for another based on the will of God. God’s will is that we be restored, healed and live a blessed life. It is the essance of Christ’s life on earth. We model this His example.
In Mat 9: 35, And Jesus went about all the cities and the villages, teaching in their synagogues, and preaching the [a]gospel of the kingdom, and healing all manner of disease and all manner of sickness.
Also in Mat 10:1, And he called unto him his twelve disciples, and gave them authority over unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to heal all manner of disease and all manner of sickness.
Mat 10:7-8 And as ye go, preach, saying, The kingdom of heaven is at hand. 8 Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse the lepers, cast out demons: freely ye received, freely give.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can you talk to God?
Praying to God is about talking to your heavenly Father. Knowing your relationship with God is important to talk to God in prayer. It takes more than rituals and norms to talk to God. Ritual is not bad but it kills the purpose of prayer. We need a basis to come to such holy and magnificent God. We certainly have nothing worth to stand before God. We are created by God in His image. Because we sinned, our only basis to stand before God is through Christ’s atonement. God adopted us to be His children through Christ so that we can call Him “Abba” father.
What is the basis of your prayer?
From very early one in most religions prayer was associated with some type of sacrifice ‘for the life of the flesh is in the blood: … for it is the blood that maketh an atonement for the soul’ (Leviticus 17: 11). It is the wasting life of the sacrificial victim that gives the words their power. The neo-Platonist Sallustius writes, ‘Prayers divorced from sacrifice are only words, prayers with sacrifices are animated words, the word giving power to the life and the life to the word’. In some form this concept of sacrifice is followed in many religions. The biblical basis of sacrifice is based on the finished work of the atonment of Christ. It is the on the basis of Christ’s sacrifice that prayer made to God calling upon His name.
How did Jesus pray?
Jesus did not pray in a cold, distant manner, but in heartfelt supplication, demonstrating empathy and a genuine love for God. This is demonstrated clearly in John 17, where Jesus prays for Himself, His immediate disciples, as well as for all believers. Jesus prayed based on His knowledge of God and His truths. The prayers of Jesus were based on God’s revealed truths and, as such, were in line with a solid biblical worldview. In John 4:24 Jesus said, “God is spirit, and His worshipers must worship in spirit and in truth.” He also said, “the truth will set you free” (John 8:32), underscoring the importance of truth in the life of Jesus and, in turn, our lives. Proper prayer requires us to have a truthful understanding of God and what He has revealed to us through His Word.
What Does Amen mean in prayer?
The word “Amen” at the end of prayer could be the emptiest word of a prayer for many. It sounds like, “Okay, I know that the prayer is done. So goodbye and I am out of here.” It is more than just a signal to walk away. The word itself is Greek “amen” and can be translated verily or truly. The dictionary describes it as a word used to express solemn ratification or hearty approval. A more precise English equivalent is let it be so or so be it.
You might also recall that our whole life should be a response to God. He initiates, remember; we say amen and walk in the will of God. So be it.
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