Don’t Undo Your Prayers

Can prayers be undone? Yes they can. Where is the evidence? Well James says it and Peter demonstrates it .

Let us start with James. He says:

 But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering. For he that wavereth is like a wave of the sea driven with the wind and tossed. 
 For let not that man think that he shall receive any thing of the Lord. James 1:6-7

When you waver about whether your prayer has been answered or not, when you begin to doubt the ability of the one with all the ability in the world to answer you, the Bible says you will not receive anything from Him. Settle it in your mind, nothing is too hard for God. When you pray, He hears, when He hears, He answers.

If you waver, it is not that God has not given but you cannot receive anything.

For let not that man think that he shall receive any thing of the Lord

We need to stand our ground after prayer else we would undo the answers to our prayers.

Look at the second example of undoing prayer. Peter asks Jesus that he Peter should also walk on water. Jesus answers him and asks Peter to come.

Peter starts walking on water and then begins to doubt, all of a sudden the answer he was walking in vanishes and he begins to drown. Look at it here:

But when he saw the wind boisterous, he was afraid; and beginning to sink, he cried, saying, Lord, save me. 
  And immediately Jesus stretched forth his hand, and caught him, and said unto him, O thou of little faith, wherefore didst thou doubt?  Matthew 14:30-31

When you pray, God answers. You need to be in faith from then on. Don’t go and ask the same thing again. Even if you want to, ask in a different way and make it a statement of faith. You prayed for marriage. Next time, pray father I remind you of my marriage and thank you that you did it for me. Not you will do it for me. That is not faith, it is saying He didn’t do it the first time.

Jesus told Peter, you begun to drown because of doubt. O how doubt has robbed a lot of people of their answered prayer. May you be delivered from such a situation in Jesus name.

And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. John 8:32

If you pray to God for someone to be healed, don’t go to him again praying for the person to be healed.

Rather, stand in faith and know that you have the answer. Praise God and give Him mighty thanks for the healing.

If need be, you must rather command the devil to take his hands of the person. If you still want to pray for the person, you can pray that strength enters them or command pain to go.

One day, we needed an auditorium. After praying about it, we stopped asking for it and begun thanking God for it.

One way or the other, when the time was due, we had the auditorium and the money to pay for it too. All we did was thank God and also break every hindrance. We didn’t undo our initial prayers.

Beloved, let us not undo our prayers with doubt and wavering thoughts.

Know that you have the answer, stand your ground, praise and thank God for it and win the fight of faith.

Your God is more willing to answer you than you are willing to pray.

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Influencing The Unseen Realm: How to Influence The Spirit Realm for Victory in The Physical Realm(Spiritual Success Books)

3 thoughts on “Don’t Undo Your Prayers”

  1. I’ve gotta a question: How do you know if you’ve undone your prayer or not? Random thoughts always pop into our minds do they not? Second, if you do feel like you’ve undone your prayer do you need to start over or can you just pick back up where you left off?

  2. Thank you Francis! That’s more helpful and appreciated than you could ever know! And I’ve been reading some of your books. They’re great! And with very great instruction, without all the fluff.
    I will be reading many more of your books. Keep them coming!

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