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If ye abide in me, and my words abide in you, you shall ask what you will, and it shall be done unto you.
John 15:7

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Prayers and Confessions

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This section is deliberately a subsection of the Action area. Why? Because you take corresponding action on your faith in God's promises when you pray and confess. You should expect positive results when you pray. If you aren't expecting positive results then you aren't in faith, you are in fear.

Confession is not whimsical or magical. Confessing is an act of the will to proclaim with your mouth what God has to say about a situation. Instead of proclaiming what the world, your emotions, or your senses are saying to you, you choose to say what God says about the situation. Doing this takes faith. You are proclaiming that which is at the moment unseen and giving substance to your hope.

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The Bible has numerous things to say about the power of the tongue. In fact, The apostle James had a great deal to say about the tongue in James 3. He says the tongue is a small member of the body but wields great power. You force the unruly tongue to submit to the will of God when you make it proclaim God's word.

Prayer Avails Much

The Prayer of a righteous man avails much [James 5:16]. Prayer is a powerful tool. When we find out the will of God and then pray for the will of God to come to pass, results are guaranteed.

If you are unsure what God's will is concerning your particular situation, then get in the word and seek God for his will. You can jump start the process of finding God's will by going over to the Word section to find scriptures related to your situation. Also give the Truth section a visit to get understanding.