Lord, Teach Me to Pray

Throughout the past few years, many people from this community have been praying for a consistent prayer room in/near our local college in Kennesaw, Georgia. Until recently, I never understood why we pray other than before our meals or before bed. Thankfully, my eyes are being opened, and I see praying as such a joy and necessity for all believers.  When Jesus sent His disciples out for their ministry, they never asked “how do we heal the sick or cast out demons”, but they asked Jesus to “Teach us to pray.”

Therefore, something must be of utmost significance to partner with The Lord for the desires of His heart. When we labor at prayer, results happen all the time from His standpoint. What an astonishment it will be to find, when the veil is lifted, the souls that have been reaped by you, simply because you had been in the habit of taking your orders from Jesus Christ.

Start With Us, Lord

  For as long as I can remember, I have been “global-minded” but in reality, there are no nations in Jesus Christ’s outlook, but the world. How many of us pray with out respect of persons, and with respect to only one Person, Jesus? He owns the harvest, and this is the harvest we have to pray that laborers may be thrust out to reap.

With that said, This November, we are putting on an event called FOCUS (Family Of Christian University Students). We will unite a majority of the campus ministries through 36 hours of consistent prayer & worship on a field in the middle of campus unto Jesus being glorified at Kennesaw State University through our unity.

I believe this is just the beginning. One day incense will rise to the throne 24/7 from Kennesaw. In such a small way, we are beginning to see these decades of prayers come to pass.

Commit your way to the Lord; trust in Him, and He will act – Psalm 37-5

image2Victoria lives in Kennesaw, Georgia and is on leadership with a college ministry called Dwelling place while working with Campus Renewal at Kennesaw State University