Prayer is a Must
Home of P.E.A.C.E. Prayer Army
As a believer, the two greatest and most vital tools for personal and spiritual victory are the Word of God and your prayer life. It is my prayer that this site and its tools impact your life and motivate you to enter a higher realm of prayer. May you receive a dominate mind of faith, fearlessly declaring and releasing God's Word from your spirit. I agree with you in advance that your commitment to pray will manifest your heart's desire as you gracefully discover the will of God for your life.
Pastor Jonathan McKnight
Prayerfully, Expecting, Answers, Corporately, Effectively
The mission statement of the P. E.A.C.E. Prayer Army is to unify the hearts, the minds and the godly focus of prayer intercessors all over the world that brings a force of victory and agreement corporately through effectual prayer. The prayer army's purpose is to bring deliverance, salvation, healing, unity, protection, prosperity, wisdom and power to our homes, families, ministries, governments, communities and nations all over the world. The mission of the army is to remove all racial, cultural and religious barriers - individually and collectively.
The ultimate goal of the army is for every person to experience the perfect peace of God that is promised in
Isaiah 26: 3 stating, "Thou will keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusted in thee."
Book of the Month
Gospel of Mark and Hebrews
Prayer of the Month
Prayer for Peace
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Luke 1:37 "For with God nothing shall be impossible"
Keys to Prevailing Prayer
Draw near to God and begin to decree His word in prayer. This brings Heaven and Earth into agreement. It releases a supernatural force of divine power and angelic obligation to implement the eternal promises you have declared.
Trust God and begin to boldly and unconditionally declare His Word, especially when you can’t trace (understand) what God is doing in an adverse situation. Demonstrate your confidence in God’s sovereign power to activate His rich promises in your life and in the lives of others! It is my prayer that you will become practiced at declaring and decreeing the Word of God, according to Job 22:28, “Thou shalt decree a thing and it shall be established unto thee…” When you make a Godly decree, you verbally agree with the determined order of God; you join with His will and take command over spiritual forces that oppose His kingdom. By decreeing God’s Word in faith it potentially releases spiritual power over all forms of evil that can prevail in every situation.
Whatever you do, don’t ever stop praying to God and don’t stop believing Him. Pray, pray and pray again, for with God nothing will be impossible.(Luke 18:1, 1:37)
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