A Prayer for Total Dependence on God

A Prayer for Total Dependence on God

“Faith does the impossible because it lets God undertake for us, and nothing is impossible for God… Prayer throws faith on God and God on the world. Only God can move mountains, but faith and prayer move God.” E. M. Bounds

Do You want God to answer your prayers? I think we all do. We believe in the power of prayer, but when it comes down to our own individual lives and problems, we often don’t have the faith to believe that God will answer. Unbelief and independence trap us. Our lack of faith and our fear of stepping out in dependence on Him are what get in the way. The truth is that the things we do for God should be outside of our own abilities.

They should be evidence that we are depending on Him and trusting in His supernatural ability to do the impossible.

When we back away from dependence on God, we are not living by faith. We are not depending on Him but on our own strength. We need to be willing to attempt things big enough that unless God steps in, we are sure to fail. Faith is like jumping out of an airplane at fifteen thousand feet or walking on a tightrope between two mountains. If God doesn’t catch you or guide your every move, you will fall and crash. But how do you know unless you jump or walk on that tightrope? This is the kind of faith and dependence He is looking for in our lives.

What step of faith is God asking you to take today? Will you put everything into His almighty hands, and step out by faith in whatever way He leads? When you do this, you become totally dependent in His dependable hands.

A Prayer for Total Dependence on God

This is a 5 1/2 minute prayer and teaching that will help you to grow in your dependence on God. It is called: A Prayer for Total Dependence on God.

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“And I will do whatever you ask in my name, so that the son may bring glory to the father. You may ask me for anything in my name, and I will do it” (John 14:12-14).

By Debbie Przybylski
Intercessors Arise International
International House of Prayer Kansas City (IHOPKC)


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A Breakthrough Prayer for Trusting in God’s Ability

A Breakthrough Prayer for Trusting in God’s Ability

“When our own thinking has the upper mind, we interpret everything with soulish logic. We look at our own resources and the scale of the problem in front of us, and we make a rational intelligent judgment of our chances of pulling it off. If the circumstances look too huge and awesome, we will not even attempt the matter.” Graham Cooke

Are you in a place where you are looking to your own abilities and present difficulties, or are you trusting in the supernatural ability of God for breakthrough?  

This is a question we must all answer over and over again throughout our life. Will I trust God with all of these impossibilities? Will I continue to believe Him for the breakthrough? It’s so easy to look at our inabilities and say, “Lord, I don’t have the gifting.” “I don’t have the strength.” “I don’t have the resources and people.” “I don’t have the money.” 

In your present situation, God has supernatural ability to do the impossible. Right now look at your life. Where is your focus? Is it on your finite self, or is it on a limitless God who can do anything? Our responsibility is to trust, know, and carefully obey God’s Word.

  • He is able to do what man cannot do.
  • He is able to bring breakthrough in your life.
  • He is able to help in the most difficult of circumstances.

Our God has the ability. He always has and He always will. Don’t give up – Have faith in God. There is an ability of God that we have not yet tapped into in our life experiences. Don’t doubt but believe, and remember that the Lord is with you.

This is a 6 1/2 minute prayer and teaching that will help you trust in God’s ability in your life. It is called: A Breakthrough Prayer for Trusting in God’s Ability.

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Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be terrified; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go” (Joshua 1:9).

By Debbie Przybylski
Intercessors Arise International
International House of Prayer Kansas City (IHOPKC)

The Intercessors Arise Prayer Channel


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A Breakthrough Prayer for Waiting for God’s Timing

A Breakthrough Prayer for Waiting for God’s Timing

“We experience the adventure of intercession to the degree we have learned to wait on God. Everything about our human nature rebels against waiting. To those of us who were born in ‘overdrive’, waiting is not our favorite pastime. However, we discover that waiting on God in humility and faith because of who He is, and obeying His signals according to His timetable, are really where the exciting action is.” Joy Dawson

Are you waiting for something you’ve been praying about for a very long time and the answer has not come? Do you sometimes feel stretched to the very limit of your endurance? I don’t think there is one of us who hasn’t felt like this at times. In the fast-paced society in which we live we often feel that waiting is a complete waste of time. We are often consumed with activism and a results-oriented lifestyle. We want immediate results and find it so difficult to wait.

Did you know that your waiting could actually be strategic for breakthrough in prayer? 

Many believers are presently facing the reality of delay.They are in a stage of waiting. It’s taking longer than expected. Could all of these delays possibly be engineered and designed by the Lord Himself? Could He be preparing His people for something really big, and only He knows how He must make them ready in the place of prayer and intimacy first?

This is a 4-minute teaching and prayer that will help you to wait for God’s timing in your life. It is called: A Breakthrough Prayer for Waiting for God’s Timing. 

This is from the Intercessors Arise International School of Prayer. 

By Debbie Przybylski – Intercessors Arise International – www.intercessorsarise.org

Our Call to Love God with All Our Heart


“Jesus said to him, ‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind.’” This is the first and great commandment” (Matthew 22:37-38).

There is a huge battle going on that we each must personally face every day. We can easily think that our greatest challenge is a bad marriage, a wayward child, or a boring job. But the greatest battle we face is with our own heart. Every day we are tempted to not love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength. Interferences and the cares of this world can take a great toll on our relationship with God. But the truth is that we cannot work right unless we have the proper focus. We are designed to love God with all of our heart.

God wants the first commandment to be established in our life in first place.

To find the greatest joy in this life, loving God with all our heart should be our life mission statement. God will do everything to bring us to the place of putting Him first. He is so committed to helping us grow in love. He will take away all our options so that we move forward in our relationship with Himself. We often misinterpret His leadership in our lives because we don’t understand what He is after. He is removing all the clutter in order to get at the core of our lives – an extravagant love relationship with Himself. He is orchestrating our lives for greatness.

God will permit these interferences in life in order to teach us about His love. I’ve gone through a number of these earth-shaking experiences. Perhaps you have too. One was when I had breast cancer many years ago. Another was when I fell down the stairs and broke my heel and wrist, and was laid up for months. It can be a number of things: a broken marriage, a lost job, misunderstandings, but whatever it is, God is seeking our attention and focus. He can take these most difficult things and channel them into His greatest blessings, if we handle them right.

We wonder why these things happen to us. There can be many reasons and causes, but in all of them God is getting at our heart. My earth-shaking trials brought about great changes in my life as I saw what was most important in life.

Loving and living for God must be our top priority.

Our natural tendency is to focus on gaining more blessing on our circumstances whether in money, comfort, influence, or honor. We are so often locked into our circumstances, thinking if everything works out right, we will experience the greatest fulfillment. This is how we often interpret life. But that just doesn’t work because this life will never fulfill us.

The thrill and joy of a new house or car only lasts a short time. Soon there are repairs and breakdowns that we never anticipated, and we end up complaining about that which we thought would bring lasting ecstasy. We look forward to a long-awaited week’s vacation, but a few weeks later we forget about how we saved endlessly for a mere week away. Soon we are exhausted again and running the race of everyday life.

The first and greatest commandment is to love God (Matthew 22:38). It has the greatest impact on God’s heart and on our heart. It is the greatest calling. Jesus defines loving God as being the primary response He wants from us. He made us for a deep relationship with Himself. When we die we won’t bring our money, houses, or facebook “likes” and social media with us. But we will bring our growth in love and how much we love God and people.

Living Out the First and Greatest Commandment

“He answered, ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind’; and, ‘Love your neighbor as yourself'” (Luke 10:27).
How do we make loving God our primary dream and ambition in this life?

  • Loving God with all our heart – Intentionally determine and enthusiastically set your love on God by determining that the primary dream of your life is to pursue living the first commandment. David, the man after God’s own heart, set His heart to love God (Psalm 18:1).

    “Lord, help me to set my heart to love and pursue You wholeheartedly as my primary dream and greatest ambition in life.”

  • Loving God with all our mind – Fill your mind with things that inspire you to love God and not things that take you away from Him. Take time to fill your mind with His Word rather than violent movies and lustful temptations (Job 31:1). What we do with our mind affects our ability to receive and express love.

    “Lord, help me to fill my mind with Your Word and with those things that inspire love, so that I can freely receive Your love and express it fully.”

  • Loving God with all our strength – We express love for God in how we use our strength and resources of time, money, energy, talents, words, and influence. God takes great delight in the small things we do that invest our strength in ways that express love for Him and help others to love Him. He loves when we serve, give, pray, and bless others.

    “Lord, help me use my strength and resources of money, energy, talents, and influence in ways that express my love for you and help others to love you more.”

  • Loving God with all our soul – We express love for God with our soul when we exert our energy to realign our heart to center our relationship on Him, rather than on recognition or accomplishments. When our identity and primary success are in being ones who love God and are loved by Him, we are loving Him with all our soul.

    “Lord, help me to exert my energy to realign my heart towards my relationship with You, rather than my accomplishments or recognition from others. Help me to love you and others with all my strength.”

An old man visiting London for the first time went into a great picture gallery. As he looked around, he saw a wonderful painting of Jesus hanging on the cross. He stopped to gaze at the picture with such great love for the one hanging on the cross. Love flooded his heart and all he could say was, “I love Him! I love Him!” Others heard this old man’s words and could see tears streaming down his cheeks as he stood before the picture, hat in hand, captivated by the love of God. Soon a stranger drew near him and grasped his hand, saying: “I love Him, too, brother.” A third steppe forward saying: “So do I.” Then a fourth and fifth stood before the picture, and then a whole group of people, perfect strangers, were drawn by the love of Jesus. (Gospel Herald)

This old man knew His greatest calling in life and had learned the most important lesson. He loved God with all his heart, mind, strength, and soul. There is no greater joy than loving God and then helping others to love Him too. Nothing will satisfy us long-term except God Himself, and all the other blessings will flow from loving Him. Let’s ask the Holy Spirit to make us a man or woman after His heart. His love makes it all possible. Life makes sense when we have this priority and learn to abide in His love.

Here is a 3 1/2 minute prayer and to help you love God with all your heart in worship called: A Prayer for a Lifestyle of Worship. This is part of the Intercessors Arise International School of Prayer.

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“As the Father loved Me, I also have loved you; abide in My love”(John 15:9).

By Debbie Przybylski
Intercessors Arise International
International House of Prayer Kansas City (IHOPKC)

A Prayer for a Heart After God

A Prayer for a Heart After God

“I believe strongly that one thing the devil seeks to do is to sneak in and subtly distract our attention from the purity and simplicity of loving God. He doesn’t mind if we exalt revival, healing, or anything else, as long as we lose our focus on the simplicity of heart-level lavish devotion to the Son of God.”  Mike Bickle

The battleground of the ages is activity. The outward is most immediate for our attention. It demands our time and energy. We can feel trapped by the tyranny of the urgent. It’s Satan’s great strategy. If he can keep us constantly active, he has gotten us. We no longer are the captain of our soul, and we so easily sink. An impulsive desire of mankind is to avoid concentration on God. It’s so easy to work for Him any day than to let Him work in us.

Does the devil tempt you with focusing on the externals of life rather than what is most important? Keeping Jesus as Lord of our life is the best way you and I can live. And when we do this, we learn to love others better.

This 4-minute prayer and teaching will help you to seek God with all your heart. It is called: A Prayer for a Heart After God

This is from the Intercessors Arise International School of Prayer. 

By Debbie Przybylski
Intercessors Arise International