Secret of Prevailing in Prayer

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AuthorHouse, 14 feb. 2005 - 148 sidor

The Secrets of Prevailing in Prayer Warfare is one in several series of Prayer Manuals that God had laid in my heart to write. It is written to encourage the believer to hold out with God in the place of prayer and prevail. Victory in prayer warfare is a possibility if one can be persistent. One of the key factors in prevailing prayer is hearing God speak. Hearing him helps us to wait till our change comes. Hence, the reason the chapter on having a relationship with the Holy Spirit is included. There is a need for the saints to have a vibrant relationship with the Holy Spirit, have him guide us as we persistently engage the kingdom of darkness in prevailing warfare prayers.

 

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Pastor Taiye Ayeni as he is fondly called, met with the Lord in his final year at the university of Lagos, Akoka, where he graduated with a Bachelors of Science combined honours degree in Mass Communication, Sociology and Psychology.

Since knowing the Lord in 1983, he has been privileged to serve Him in various capacities. He is the Minister in Charge of Rehoboth Ministries, based in Grand Prairie Texas, USA and a Senior Lecturer at the Gethsemane Prayer Ministries International’ Prayer School, with its headquarters in Ibadan, Nigeria.

He serves as the Minister in Charge of Prayer at Household of Faith, of The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Arlington, Texas, USA. He is presently in the United States of America on mission for Christ, a student of Advance Leadership and Pastoral School of Christ For The Nations Institute (CFNI) Dallas and mentoree of the prestigious Longridge Writers Group in Connecticut. He has widely traveled on speaking engagements within and outside the country in the course of ministry work.

He is married to Dr (Mrs.) Abidemi Olubisi Ayeni and the union produced Rereloluwa (son) and Oreoluwa (daughter).

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