Be Captivated By The Spirit Of Prayer Apostle M. S. Appiah 01

Be Captivated By The Spirit Of Prayer – Apostle M. S. Appiah

The Madina Area Head of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Martin Seth Appiah, has asked believers to allow themselves to be captivated by the spirit of prayer so that they can possess the nations for Christ.

Apostle Appiah said this on Wednesday, January 27, 2021, at the Ministers and Wives’ Conference (MWC’21 – Greater Accra Region) which is currently ongoing at the Pentecost Convention Centre (PCC), Gomoa Fetteh, near Kasoa.

In a presentation on the topic, “Possessing the Nations Through Prayer,” based on Psalm 2:8 and James 5:16-17, Apostle Appiah indicated that “The Church of Pentecost was known in its inception as a praying church, full of the Holy Spirit, with constant revival.”

“We must, therefore, remember the legacy of our forefathers, yearn to be revived, so we can uphold the altar of prayer in our time,” he advised.

He revealed that whenever something is done regularly, it becomes a routine and if care is not taken that act might lose its significance. He, therefore, charged believers to be mindful that prayer is the heartbeat of the church and an essential key to possessing the nations for Christ.

“There is nothing like too much prayer, prayer time is never enough; the more we pray, the more we must pray. Be captivated by the spirit of prayer so that you will become a living-walking prayer altar,” he stressed.

Reading from Revelations 5:8, Apostle Appiah indicated that “the prayer of the saints transforms into incense, and when this incense rises and adds to the incense in heaven, it moves the heavens to cause a divine action to occur on earth.”

He added: “Christ is sovereign and can do whatever he wishes to do. However, he has given the power to men to lift an altar of prayer which will rise like incense, fill the heavens and make the heavens intercede in the affairs of men.”

“Therefore, if I wake up in the morning, and I do not pray, I have caused great harm to all humanity, because without my prayer, God cannot make a move in the lives of men.”

Apostle Martin Seth Appiah further expounded that, “prayer must not be theoretical but practical with a demonstrative effect, having divine power to demolish strongholds and arguments that rise against the knowledge of God.”

“How can anyone enter a strong man’s house and take his possessions unless the strong man is bound by a stronger man. As Christians, we are in constant warfare with forces of darkness. Therefore, we must arm ourselves with weapons of prayer so we can resist every oppression of the devil,” he said.


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