How to Have a Fruitful Prayer Life

by | Sep 17, 2021 | Prayer & Devotion

Do you want to see more of your prayers answered? We have all been going through unusual challenges during the global pandemic but God has a divine purpose for this season. It’s our job, as God’s people, to attune our hearts and our prayers to His heart so we will not only survive but thrive in this critical hour.

In the latest episode of Truth Talks, Pastor Ché Ahn continues the “Knowing Jesus” series with a closer look at Jesus’ seven “I AM” statements in the Gospel of John. The first statement is found in John chapter 15, where Jesus tells His disciples, “I AM the True Vine.”

Here the Word of God reveals the incredible truth that Jesus is the Vine, the source of our lives, and we are the branches, the expression of His life. Abiding in Jesus, Pastor Ché explains, is the key that we need to see our prayers answered as we follow Him every day.

Practically, abiding in Jesus means that we are “talking to Him, listening to Him and obeying Him” as a lifestyle. In this powerful message, Pastor Ché shares practical steps that will help you go deeper in your relationship with God and have a fruitful prayer life — no matter what season you’re in! Listen to the full episode of Truth Talks with Pastor Ché on the Charisma Podcast Network here. {eoa}

Ché Ahn and his wife, Sue, have been the founders and senior pastors of Harvest Rock Church in Pasadena, California since 1994. Ché is the founder and president of Harvest International Ministry, a global apostolic network in over 65 nations with the common vision of “Changing Lives, Transforming Cities and Discipling Nations.” He is also the international chancellor of Wagner University, a dynamic equipping center reflecting a new paradigm for unique training in practical ministry. Ché has authored numerous books and is a sought-after conference minister, apostolic leader and moves powerfully in spiritual gifts and healing.

For more information about Ché Ahn, his ministries and his resource materials, visit cheahn.org, harvestim.org, wagner.university and harvestrock.church.

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