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Prayer Changes Things

By Kim Kossie

The fronts of our KSBJ Prayer Station aprons read, “Prayer Changes Things.” At KSBJ, this is no cliché. It’s a tried and true statement with a Biblical foundation. God’s Word tells us repeatedly of the change we can expect when we pray, as in II Chronicles 7:14, “If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.” No one can deny our land is in desperate need of healing on so many levels, but we have no reason to despair because God has already given us the remedy: PRAYER.

Our prayers are an expression of our full reliance upon God to do what we, in our own strength, cannot do. When we pray, we invite God into our daily affairs and trust Him to do whatever He needs to do in and through us for His glory.

On the brink of a new season, with students returning to campus and the busy, stressful holiday season fast approaching, let KSBJ encourage you to trust in the power of prayer.

All of us need God’s daily intervention to adjust to our constantly changing lives—and sometimes, to bring about those changes. And because we serve an all-powerful God, we can expect that when we trust Him through our prayers, He will change the situations and circumstances that we face for our good. Most important of all, prayer not only changes things, it changes YOU, because prayer works!

"Our prayers are an expression of our full reliance upon God to do what we, in our own strength, cannot do."

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