Apostle Grace Lubega
Romans 8:26 (KJV); Likewise the Spirit also helpeth our infirmities: for we know not what we should pray for as we ought: but the Spirit itself maketh intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered.
God has not called us to seek Him without aid. That is why we have the Holy Spirit. The scriptures call Him the Spirit of grace and supplication (Zechariah 12:10).
You must consistently have the blessed assurance that when you pray, you do not pray alone. You have a helper.
Why do some people pray and not have answers? They prayed without the Helper and as such, their prayer was with infirmity. Even though they opened their lips to pray, in the spiritual realm, their words were tainted with weakness.
Prayer that has infirmity falls short of the kind of prayer that God expects from us. Heaven expects your prayer to be effectual and to make tremendous power available [dynamic in its working] (James 5:16 AMPC).
Prayer that has infirmity has only words but no more, it carries repetitions which bear no force.
When you pray with the Holy Spirit, you pray in the very power of God.
What did that power do? It framed the heavens, formed the oceans, called light out of darkness, and brought life out of nothingness.
When you pray with the Spirit as your aid, it is an infallible truth that heaven will respond, creation will fall in line and whatsoever you desire will align itself to serve you.
FURTHER STUDY: James 5:16, Zechariah 12:10
GOLDEN NUGGET: God has not called us to seek Him without aid. When you pray with the Spirit as your aid, it is an infallible truth that heaven will respond, creation will fall in line and whatsoever you desire will align itself to serve you.
PRAYER: My heavenly Father, I thank You for the gift of the Holy Spirit. I thank You because my moments in prayer are aided. I have a helper. Because I do, I pray with power, move mountains and command answers. To the glory of Your name, Amen.