After Friday’s writing on tipping points, I continued to ponder on this subject and I wanted to add a little more to it.
Tipping points are not only relevant in what we sow, but every aspect of our spiritual walk.
There will be tipping points in our giving, that is biblically true – and there are tipping points in our prayers as well.
We know from scripture that if we continue to sow financially, we will reap, financially. Additionally, if we continue to sow to the spirit we will reap, just as the word says, those who sow to the Spirit will also reap.
Galatians 6:7-10 says; Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap. For he who sows to his flesh will of the flesh reap corruption, but he who sows to the Spirit will of the Spirit reap everlasting life. And let us not grow weary while doing good, for in due season we shall reap if we do not lose heart. Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all, especially to those who are of the household of faith.
Our prayer and fasting times are sowing to the spirit. Our times of worship and praise are sowing into the Spirit. If we continue to sow in prayers, the day will come when there is a tipping point and that thing we have been praying about over and over, for weeks, months, or even years, will tip and that thing will come to pass, we will see it with our eyes.
Our prayers are powerful, they change things. The only time we don’t see the change we are hoping for is when we stop praying and give up. We simply can’t quit praying. We can’t stop standing in faith for those things we are believing for.
James 5:16 says; the effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much. This scripture lets us know that there is power in our prayers – effective power – power that changes things.
I love the way the Amplified says it; The earnest, heartfelt, continued, prayer of a righteous man makes tremendous power available, dynamic in its working.
Did you realize YOUR prayers have tremendous power? Did you realize YOUR prayers had a power that was dynamic? Many of us don’t believe that, nevertheless, it is true, the Bible says it is.
Prayer changes things. Confession changes things. What we are sowing in the spirit changes things.
If you want things to change, PRAY! Pray and pray and pray.
Many people will ask, how long will it take? The answer to that is simple. As long as it takes. Pray until it changes.
Remember the woman who went before the unjust judge? He did not want to grant her request, but he did. Why? Because she simply would not give up. She went to him time and time again until he answered her prayer.
The Bible says God loves us much more than that. Therefore, He will give us what we ask for, as long as it lines up with His word and His will for our life.
Don’t grow weary in well doing. Pray and know that your prayers have dynamic power and are producing great results.
We repeatedly read stories in the Bible where things changed because of one thing; prayer.
Mighty men and women of God before us prayed and stood and refused to give up, we must do the same. Pray and refuse to give up. God hears, and your prayers are coming up before Him.
Acts 10:4 says; your prayers and your alms have come up for a memorial before God.
This truth is still happening today, your prayers are coming up before God and He will answer, just keep praying.
Prayer for Today: Father, I thank you that our prayers are coming up before you today – I thank You that we are reaching our tipping point in our prayers and we will see all You have promised us come to pass in this season. This we ask in Jesus name. Amen.