Prayer Is an Act of Submission to God’s Will, Not a Means to Change His Mind

“God has decreed that certain things will come to pass from all eternity and God has also decreed the means by which they will come to pass.”

(The Dissenter) Mostly prominent in charismatic circles, people will often claim that prayer moves God, and the more we pray—the more “prayer warriors” we invoke—the more we can move Him.

But does prayer actually move God?

In one sense, it does. First off, we have to understand that God’s plan is never thwarted, God is never caught off guard, and God is never out of the loop when it comes to His foreknowledge. But there are passages in Scripture that suggest prayer changes things. We often see what appears to be God changing our circumstances in situations when we submit to Him in prayer. View article →



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