No Prayers Are Too Small


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No Prayers Are Too Small
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I happen to believe with all my heart that no prayer, no matter how small it is, uttered in faith, is a vain thing. Can you imagine as David the king went down to that brook before he faced Goliath, reached his hand into the water to pick up five small stones, how hell must have been all around him telling him, “This weaponry that you’re putting into your hand is so insignificant in comparison to the magnitude of the battle that is before you”?

Satan would try to convince this generation that our prayers mean nothing, but I tell you that a small prayer uttered in faith has the power to bring down every thought that has exalted itself against the knowledge of God. Goliath learned this as that first stone sunk deep into his forehead and brought him facedown into the dust. You and I need to pray like we’ve never prayed before!

It’s time to pray.

4 Comments

  1. Dan   •  

    I happen to believe with all my heart that no prayer, no matter how small it is, uttered in faith, is a vain thing. Did you forget the Word NOT? Thanks for the answer. Dan

  2. Dan   •  

    I happen to believe with all my heart that no prayer, no matter how small it is, uttered in faith, is a vain thing. Did you forget the Word NOT? Dan

  3. tom   •  

    no sound

  4. Serena   •  

    To me it is clear that David was deaf to any words from hell but rather he put his total focus, faith and reliance on God from jump street. This is evidenced when he schooled Saul in 1 Samuel 17:36 & 37 - David said to Saul : Thy servant slew both the lion and the bear: and this uncircumcised Philistine shall be as one of them, seeing he hath defied the armies of the living God.
    Verse 37: David said moreover, The Lord that delivered me out of the paw of the lion, and out of the paw of a bear, he will deliver me out of the hand of this Philistine. And Saul said unto David, Go and the Lord be with thee. In his declaration " he will deliver me out of the hand of this Philistine" David had an unshakable faith in God and actually "saw" his victory beforehand. So powerful was David's profession of faith that caused Saul to do "a total 180" from his previous statement in verse 33 !!! Very interestingly and very beautifully in verse:39 David said he could not " go with these" meaning the armor Saul tried to give him stating " I have not proved them" however in Verse 40 it seems he could go with the 5 smooth stones as his weapons of choice because though seemingly nothing, David had already proved God to provide his victory and his power as evidenced in Verse 37. Praise Be To God.

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