If you have need of prayer and would like for us to agree with you for an answer from the Lord, please feel free to let us know. You may leave a comment on the site or, if you prefer that your request be kept personal, you may e-mail us at the following address:
We are very happy to pray for any requests that line up with God’s Word. However, perhaps we should mention that, occasionally, we have people request prayer for what they call an “unspoken request.” They want prayer but will not tell the person praying what the need is (healing, finances, family issues, unsaved loved ones, a place on a ball team, a winning lottery ticket, etc.) That may sound comical, but, as you can see by this one small list, these “unspoken requests” amount to asking someone to pray for a totally unidentified entity, not even knowing if his own heart, let alone God’s heart, can truly agree with it.
We believe in approaching God on the basis of His Word, because it’s only in that Word that we find His will and His promises that will bring faith for the answers. That being the case, we do not try to pray for things called “unspoken requests.” The reason, of course, is that faith comes only from God’s Word, and if we do not know what the prayer request is, then we cannot find the place in God’s Word that tells us the thing requested is His will. Nor can we find the promises or covenant truths that will create the faith to believe for the answers. No one can have genuine faith for God to send an answer when he does not know what the answer is or what God’s Word says about it
So when you send your requests, please tell us specifically what it is you want God to do for you. You do not have to know the name of the disease or the affliction from which you need deliverance. And you do not have to give us the names of loved ones if the prayer is for them. But you do need to be clear about the fact that it is a healing need, a salvation need, a relationship problem, or some other specific need in your life, so that we can go to God’s Word, find what He says, and then go before Him to make the request with a promise already in our hands.
When you receive the answer, if you would like for us to share it on this site, we will be glad to do so. But we will not reveal any information or requests that you do not wish to have revealed.
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