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22 January 2024 Word by Senior Pastor, Pastor Darien Choo

Today‘s Inspiration: ”Then Elijah said to all the people, “Come here to me.” They came to him, and he repaired the altar of the Lord, which had been torn down.“ 1 Kings‬ ‭18‬:‭30‬ ‭NIV‬‬. Before God can restore the soul, the family, marriage, business, career, community or nation, the Prayer altar must first be rebuild. Without building the altar, which is our prayer life, there will not be fire on our sacrifice or offerings to God. Israel neglected the altar of God and was deceived by false prophets, controlled by Jezebel and Ahab, and plagued by famine and drought. Prayerlessness brings lukewarmness, lawlessness, and lack.

Our prayer life reflects our personal relationship with God. The biggest enemy against our prayer life is busyness. Satan’s purpose is to steal and distract you from your daily prayer and communion with God. A prayerless Christian is a powerless one. Our prayer altar is the greatest threat to Satan, his legions and strongholds. Prayer restores Kingdom power and authority over all principalities and powers. In our families, God is calling parents to raise up Daniels, Davids, and Deborahs to win spiritual battles and kingdom victories through anointed prayer life. The deepest discipleship resides in learning to pray, seek, and sought God’s face. Upon rebuilding the broken altar, Elijah brought forth the best offerings and sacrifice at the time of lack, and the fire of God came down on the sacrifice, struck fear into the prophets of Baal and they were eventually all destroyed. 1 Kings 18:38

Prayer: O Lord my God, break the busyness in my life to restore and rebuild the altar of God. Give me a clean hands and pure heart to seek your face and know your good, pleasing and perfect will. Let there be fire on my prayer life and give us the power to break all principalities, powers, strongholds, bondages and darkness which is hindering my spiritual growth, success, and victories. Guide my heart to worship and seek you first in prayer for all things in Jesus

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