MFM Manna Water 7 April 2021 Wednesday Service – Livestream

MFM Manna Water 7 April 2021 Wednesday Service - Livestream

MFM Manna Water 7 April 2021 Wednesday Service – Livestream

Watch Today MFM Manna Water Service Wednesday 7th April 2021 Livestream with Pastor D. K. Olukoya, Live from the Mountain of Fire Ministries Headquarter.


MFM Manna Water 7 April 2021 Wednesday Service – Livestream

Read MFM Daily Devotional 7th April 2021 Wednesday

Mountain Top MFM Daily Devotional for Wednesday 7th April 2021 written by Pastor D. K. Olukoya

TOPIC: IMPORTUNITY IN PRAYER ( Read MFM Daily Devotional for 6th April 2021)

Fire Scripture: Luke 11: 5 – 8

What an amazing Bible verse! I love that word “IMPORTUNITY”. It means “persistent begging.” Hardly does any Christian believer today obey this Scripture. I believe it is largely because our preachers these days need to teach and practise prayer more. We hear plenty of preachers begging man for money, but they ought to be begging God on behalf of man instead.

When the Bible teaches praying “importunately” (Luke 11:5-8), it is in reality teaching about “sacrificial praying.” The simplest definition of importunity is persistent and urgent asking. Importune prayer then is persistent and urgent; it is prayer that pleads with God and asks Him repeatedly for the things we need. It is the prayer that is drawn by God and that follows after Him.

Mountain Top MFM Daily Devotional for Wednesday 7th April 2021
In the first instance, He told the parable of the friend at midnight (Luke 11:5-8). In the second, He told the parable of the widow and the unjust judge (Luke 18:2-6). In both instances, the petitioner persisted until the petitioned showed himself willing to grant the petitioner’s plea. Persistence is imperative on the front-end of prayer.

It is to be practiced until God reveals to us His willingness to grant the petition for which He has burdened us to pray. Once His will is revealed, we can pray in faith for God’s will to be done and rest assured that our prayer is answered. Elias was a man subject to like passions as we are, and he prayed earnestly that it might not rain: and it rained not on the earth by the space of three years and six months.

And he prayed again, and the heaven gave rain, and the earth brought forth her fruit. In James 5:17-18, we see that Elijah was a man of prayer, so, he persisted until the heaven gave rain. This isn’t something you do once and go to sleep. Notice the word, “persisted”; you are to continue in prayer in line with God’s word.

It’s your responsibility to ensure that whatever changes you seek in your life as an individual is effected through importunity in prayers. Never think that your prayer isn’t making any difference; you make great impact when you pray. Therefore, continue in prayer. Even when you don’t “feel” like praying, pray! When you do this consistently, it will become a part of you, resulting in great changes in your life to the glory of Christ.

Memory Verse: Luke 11:8 – “I say unto you, Though he will not rise and give him, because he is his friend, yet because of his importunity he will rise and give him as many as he needeth”.

Motivational Quote: Importunity in prayer is the vehicle of great open doors.

Prophetic Word: The hand of God that is responsible for unstoppable speed is released upon you now, in the name of Jesus.

Scripture Union Daily Guide 7th April 2021 – Exercise Self-control

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