Believe God for the Miraculous Today


You and I need to believe God in these last days. We desperately need the power of God. We need to ask God to glorify Himself in our generation. May we pray for healing for the sick, restored marriages, and people battling confusion to start walking in Truth.

There are so many parents in desperation for their children. So many marriages are falling apart, and there are so many crying out for a miracle. We serve the God of the miraculous. We know the mighty works that God has done, and we know what He can do. We know God’s heart because the cross reveals His heart for humanity. Let’s believe in God for the miraculous today.

Join us every Tuesday night at 7:00 PM Eastern time at atimetopray.org. People from 211 countries believe in miracles for our generation.

It’s time to pray.

He Won’t Turn You Away


Jesus Himself said that He would not cast away anyone who comes to Him. In other words, He won’t turn you away. He’ll never look you in the eye and say “No” when you turn to Him and pray.

Just say, “Lord, save me, help me. Lord, keep me, help me with my present struggles. Help me, God, with the things that I will have to go through tomorrow and help me to have a perspective on life that takes my mind out of my present struggles and into that which is eternal.”

Ask God to give you an eternal perspective so that your troubles and trials of this season won’t swallow you up. When you do, God promises, “I will open your eyes. I’ll give you an anointing. You’ll be able to see a way through. In whatever season of life you might be in, I promise that I’ll be with you.”

Remember, my brother, my sister, it’s time to pray.

God Says He is Going to be With Us


There are so many people in battles today. Some fight mental battles; others fight in their family. Others are fighting battles where they can’t find meaning in their lives or don’t see any purpose in their future.

We fight on every conceivable level, but God says that He’s going to be with us. He wants you and me to look beyond our battles. We trust in Him for our salvation, and our life is now eternal and secure in His hands.

God is preparing an eternal place for us that cannot be triumphed over. The security that God will give us today will carry us through the struggles that you and I will have to face tomorrow, struggles that we’re not even aware of yet. Ultimately, we will dwell with God where He is forever. Let that be your comfort today.

You can find comfort in the Word of God. While you’re reading the Word of God, remember with me today that it’s always time to pray.

It’s Time to Tell


In Psalm 26:6-7, King David says these wonderful words: “I will wash my hands in innocence, so will I go about Your altar, O Lord, that I may proclaim with the voice of thanksgiving and tell of all your wondrous works.”

It’s so important to approach God with a desire to have clean hands and a pure heart. The scripture warns us that if you and I give place to doing wrong in our hearts, that our prayers will be hindered. Not only will our prayers suffer, but also the testimony of God through our life.

On the contrary, the pure in heart will see God. They will see Him every day. They will see Him doing powerful things in their lives that are too good to keep to ourselves. That’s why David says, “That I may proclaim with the voice of thanksgiving and tell of your wondrous works.”

Remember, my brother, my sister, it’s time to pray.

It’s What Jesus Says That Matters


Matthew 10:38–39: “And he who does not take his cross and follow after me is not worthy of me. He who finds his life will lose it, and he who loses his life for my sake will find it.”

It’s about time somebody said it. Self-seeking Christianity is, in fact, most times not Christianity at all. Christ came to be given for others and to save those who are lost. He calls us to engage in and follow this passion of His heart.

To use the cross for the sole pursuit of self is no different than the Roman soldiers gambling at the foot of the cross for His clothing. Go ahead and debate me if you will, but ultimately Jesus says that continuous self-seeking is not worthy of Him.

Remember my brother, my sister, it’s time to pray.

God Always Calls Us to Something Good


I want to remind you today that God always calls us to something good. He never calls us to something evil. God doesn’t call people into places where we are going to drown. He calls us out of places that are going to drown us.

Jesus reaches out to us in our storms, and He holds us. He encourages us, and He calms our storms. No matter how many mistakes we make, remember just how much Jesus loves us and His kindness. Don’t hesitate to take a step of faith because you’re afraid to disappoint God or you feel you’ll be disappointed. Ask God today to give you the courage to get up and follow Christ.

People from 211 countries right now are doing that very thing. They’re asking for the courage to make a difference at itstimetopray.org every Tuesday night, 7:00 PM Eastern time.

It’s time to pray.