Many Christians have been learning to quietly pray in the places that they live, work or play. We’ve come to call this sort of on-site intercession “prayerwalking.”
Prayerwalking is simply praying in the very places we expect God to bring forth his answers. Prayerwalking is usually a low-profile affair: Friends or family stroll two-by- two through their own neighborhoods, schools and work places, praying as they go. Once in a while the prayers can be demonstrative, but most prayerwalking is fairly quiet. It’s usually being on the scene without making one.
As you pray God’s promises with specific homes or worksites in view, you’ll find that hope for those people begins to grow. You’ll begin to see people as God might view them. You’ll likely find yourself becoming more interested in the welfare of the people you are praying for. In other words, you might find yourself becoming the kind of neighbor that you always wanted to be.
Watch for the ways God impresses you to display his love in practical acts of kindness. Be ready to offer to pray with your neighbors as opportunity may arise. Ask God to give you opportunity to explain clearly how people can enjoy friendship with God by the power of the gospel.
Check out the different sections on this website and the resources we have available. In a few years we’ll be living in a prayed-for world and you will be part of it!
(Taken from: www.waymakers.org)
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