Prayer Changes Things Martin Boardman
In my last article, “Stephen – Full of the Ruach HaKodesh,” we examined from Acts chapter 6 the calling of Stephen, our first Shammashim (Deacon), where the Emissaries (Twelve Apostles) recognized the need for the care of widows so that they might continue in the ministry of prayer and the Word. In their selection of Shammashim, the Emissaries foremost recognized the necessity that not just for Shammashim, but all who serve in the Body of Messiah should be filled with the Ruach HaKodesh so that they might fulfill their calling in ministry.
In understanding our need and calling to be immersed in the Holy Spirit and to walk in His power, today we will continue our study from Acts 4:23-31 with the reminder that “Prayer Changes Things.”
As believers in Yeshua, when we step into the place of prayer, it is often done for the purpose of asking the Lord to change circumstances. We pray for healing for someone who is sick. Comfort for someone who is grieving and for Yeshua to change the heart of someone who is walking away from God’s kingdom. When we do, prayer changes things, and the Lord is able to move in people’s lives and circumstances because we pray.
Read the full article here: February ’23 Issue 18