The Power of Prayer
Hezekiah cried out on behalf of his people, God answered the prayer. (2 Kings 19:34-35, NKJV)
The Problem that lead to the Prayer
- We don’t have to wait until we have problems to pray.
- Many times, it is problems that lead to prayer. (Psalm 50:14-15, NKJV)
- There will always be problems only God can solve. (2 Kings 1828-35, NCV)
- We can TRUST in the Lord He will save us.
- Remind the Satan of God’s Truth, his future and who is going to be destroyed. (Matthew 16: 18-19, NKJV; 1 John 4:4, NKJV; 2 Corinthians 2:14, NKJV; 1 John 3:8, NKJV; Revelation 20:10, NKJV)
- Satan cannot defeat us as Christians who put our faith and trust in the power and Name of Jesus.
- The only real power the enemy has over us is if we believe his lies.
The Prolonged life of Prayer. (2 Kings 20:1-6, NKJV)
- The Old Testament is a picture/example of spiritual application for the New Testament.
- Hezekiah was sick prayed, confessed his sin, and begged God to heal him and God did.