You ought to rehabilitate your mind for prayer
Hi again. I am going to go straight in on this one, I know it will be a blessing to you, share it and let the word of God bless someone else. Brethren, let God rehabilitate your mind for prayer.
Romans 10:17 Consequently, faith comes from hearing the message, and the message is heard through the word about Christ.
Now faith comes by hearing, and hearing of the word of God! In the same sense, doubt comes by hearing and hearing of the word of the world. What is louder in your life today? Are you drowning the voice of God with a louder voice of the world? Just because it is noisier does not make right for you! I learned as a child that, “Empty vessels make the most noise.” God holds substance, he does not need to be noisy to put his point across to you. It is commonly said that he speaks in that “soft still voice.” There is need to rehabilitate your mind for prayer.
Romans 12:2 And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you may prove what the will of God is, that which is good and acceptable and perfect.
A lot of people are praying for transformation but not seeing it. Romans 12:2 shows us that transformation is a result of a renewed mind. There is great need to rehabilitate your mind for prayer. When Christ comes he makes you a new creation…all things are new. Your mind becomes new! When you take control of your mind for Christ, your prayer shifts to a higher realm. Just calling yourself a Christian neither puts you in Christ nor Christ in you. You need to fellowship with him, commune with him in prayer and by reading of his word. When you truly grab hold of his word, it rehabilitates your mind, you begin to look at yourself as he looks at you.
In conclusion, dig into his word. Rehabilitate your mind for prayer. Let his soft still voice become more distinct and clear in your life today. Father rehabilitate our minds today. Draw us to your word. In Jesus’ name Amen. God bless you. Share this message with someone. Sign up to our mailing list (www.prayerrelay.com). We have a lot of exciting things coming up.