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By Jason Nabb, Director of Marketing

These days, it feels like life just flies by at a crazy rate. I am thankful in the turmoil that there are several times a week, however, where I am blessed with special moments of rest and reassurance through group prayer.

These come when we sit down at our dinner table as a family, or when I am with my fellow shepherds at our church. Here at Back to the Bible, we pray as teams before meetings, or pray for the many requests we get from all of you. Then prayer on Sunday mornings at church is so rejuvenating for the coming week, too!

Coming together in prayer to the Father is more than just a ritual; it is a powerful act of faith that builds unity, provides peace and helps us stay focused on Jesus.

Prayer Unites Us…

Jesus emphasizes the power of collective prayer in Matthew 18:20:

“For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.”

Community prayer draws us together from wherever we are to a place where we can share in purposeful, deep interaction with our Creator. If we stop and pray as a group, it changes the dynamics of the moments that follow and tightens our relationship to God and each other. When we pray collectively, often our typical motivations and desires get set aside to become “in sync” in mind and spirit with the group.

This bond is especially vital in uncertain times like these. What a reminder that we are not alone in our struggles.

Prayer Comforts Us…

Turning to prayer allows us to seek refuge and solace in our faith. The act of praying together amplifies this effect, as the collective faith and hope of the group bolster our

individual resolve. The Apostle Paul highlights this comforting power of prayer in Philippians 4:6-7:

“Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all

understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.”

Paul assures us that prayer transforms us—turning anxiety into peace as we connect with God.

Prayer Empowers Us…

Life can be hard. By coming together to pray, we draw on a well of faith that can inspire and

motivate us to meet challenges with renewed strength and courage. This empowerment is evident when we see prayerful churches or ministries rally around causes.

Take some time to search the Bible for prayer leading to miraculous outcomes. In Acts 12, for example, the early Christians prayed fervently for Peter’s release from prison, and saw the answer in his miraculous escape. Such stories inspire us today to diligently pray for what’s needed in our lives and in the world around us.

Prayer Shares Faith...

When we pray with others, we have the opportunity to share our faith with those in the group that may be struggling, or those who do not yet know just how much God loves them. That is why we offer prayer opportunities in GOtandem. Although we might be physically distant, we can still gather digitally to pray together.

Let’s bring our prayer requests so others can see how they aren’t struggling alone. Let’s encourage, support and then celebrate together how God brings victories through prayer.

Thank you for supporting the prayer lives of others through the digital platforms offered by Back to the Bible. Prayer is a big part of GOtandem’s personalized, daily 4-step Spiritual Fitness program. Join us. You can visit or scan this code to download the app. Become a part of this powerful prayer community!


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