As you read the holy scriptures, we see that Jesus taught His disciples how to pray!
The gospels record that one day the disciples simply sat and watched Jesus pray. The disciples were moved and inspired because “when He ceased, one of them said unto Him, ‘Lord, teach us to pray’” (Luke 11:1).
Jesus prayed before His ministry began, before meals, before a big decision and before an important day. He prayed during acts of service, in sorrow and in the midst of temptation. Jesus prayed after a stressful day, after a spiritual victory, after a provision of God and after completing a job that God have given Him to do. We must do the same.
It is certainly clear that the early church was a supernatural church. We believe that God’s kind of church is a supernatural church,-a place where things are happening that are not humanly explainable. I am not talking about bizarre unbiblical manifestations, just dramatic conversions, physical and emotional healing, and direct specific answers to prayer. You know, real miracles.
Only when we get on our knees and get desperate for God does He work and demonstrate His power in and through our lives.
Prayer is preparation for our work. At Harvest Bible Chapel Nepal, we live our lives believing firmly in the power of prayer.
“Lord, teach us to pray.” Luke 11:1