Prayer for Obedience

Prayers are wonderful and we cannot do anything without prayer.

But obedience brings the blessing and disobedience brings the curses.
In Exodus 24:7 as the Hebrews received the 10 commandments they vowed to be obedient.
Exodus 20:8-11 is one of many scriptures that commands that we recognize and rest on the Sabbath, not the 1st day of the week (Sunday) but on the 7th day of the week (Saturday), as God rested on this day and as Jesus also rested on this day. As we begin to follow the commandments set for in HIS word, not our word, we will begin to see the “curses” lifted from our families and our churches.

Any comments please respond.
Thank you and God bless you and give you peace.

Submitted by Chari

5 thoughts on “Prayer for Obedience

  1. Quite an article/prayer. Where in the scriptures does it ever say that Monday was the first day of the week ? Where in scriptures does it ever say that Sunday was the first day of the week ? And on the seventh day our Heavenly Father rested. It could even be that the seventh day was a Wednesday ?
    And just exactly does it really honestly mean “to bless” someone ? If they are still alive the next day is that a blessing ? If they only have a broken leg from an automobile accident is that a blessing ?
    Thank you and pray about these words.

  2. Prayer is very important to God’s people because this keeps them connected to him. Hence the communication highway to God.

  3. God please give wisdom and understanding to learn to be obedience to your word. As we pray and believe you’ve answered us.


  4. Heavenly Father i want to be obedient to you as my Heavenly Father I pray for Spirit of Obedient in my life Spirit of Love Spirit of Truth iask you to grant me all this Spirit, let my Master Jesus lead me to a life of Love and Obedience, Wisdom in Jesus mighty name Amen.

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