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Therefore I want the men in every place to pray, lifting up holy hands, without anger and disputing or quarreling or doubt [in their mind].

1 Timothy 2:8 (AMP)

Feel free to post your prayer requests, as well as pray for other members, here on the FOFMI Prayer Wall.  We also encourage you to post your testimonies of answered prayer under the "Testimonies" section.

*To submit a prayer request, simply click the "Post New Entry" button toward the top of the page, title your prayer request, select the category or categories it would fall under and begin typing.

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Prayer Blog Being a Representative for God

Posted by Michelle on October 20, 2020 at 2:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Most would consider prayer a mark of the spiritual man/life. The power of prayer is dependent upon our relationship with God, and the consciousness of being His representative. We understand that He has entrusted the work of intercession to us, and the more sincerely we seek Him to hear what He will say, the more certain comes the assurance that He hears me. We are representatives for God as Moses and Elijah were. We pray to God and speak to His people for Him. We must be wholly ...

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Prayer helps us to sync with the Mind of God

Posted by Host on August 12, 2020 at 7:00 AM Comments comments (0)

It is through prayer that the Kingdom of God suffers violence and the violent take it by force. Prayer is such a powerful strategy afforded to us that we must never neglect it. It is our means to salvation, the very essence of being saved, rescued, delivered. (Not only our personal salvation, but the salvation of all we are connected to.) Prayer syncs us with the very thoughts of God. It is His thinking that we want and must have in order to fight against the kingdom of da...

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Much time spent with God is a strategy to successful praying

Posted by Host on August 5, 2020 at 7:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Time spent with God should follow the example of Christ who would often convey Himself away and pray all night. It matters not the amount of time more than the importance placed on the necessity of being alone with our Heavenly Father. Praying for shorter amounts of time should stem from lengthier times spent before God. It is obvious that in the lives of men who were most fully used by God in very powerful and masterful ways that they spent so much time with God. Think of J...

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