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Welcome to The Prayer Coach…

Glad you stopped by.  Whether you stumbled upon this site, was referred by someone, or did a Google search, I believe with all my heart that God’s divine navigation system led you here. Out of all the millions of blogs on the web, you are here. Wow! Thank you.  It is my sincere prayer that you will find content here to inspire you, and more importantly, enhance your prayer life.

“We are certain that God will hear our prayers when we ask for what pleases him.  And if we know that God listens when we pray, we are sure that our prayers have already been answered.”                                         

                                                               — 1 John 5:14-15 CEV

This scripture is one of many favorites of mine on prayer.  I remember several years ago when this particular passage changed my perspective and spiritual perception on prayer, and thus, my life as a Christian. My prayer life was forever changed. Whenever I approached my heavenly Father, I used it.  It has become the “living” Word of God in my mouth.

I pray that it comes alive in your spirit as well! It is my desire that you’ll read this blog and receive divine inspiration that ignites a praying spirit within you.

Again, thanks for visiting, and please come back often.  NOTE: This site is a work in progress.  Inspiration, biblical insight and information will be posted  periodically. May I suggest that you SUBSCRIBE to the blog to make sure you don’t miss any posts?    Visit often to get new content that is added to inspire  and motivate you to become a man or woman of prayer.  



If you don’t have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, you can at this moment confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus, and believe in your heart that God hath raised Him from the dead. With this action, you are saved!  Be sure to read your bible, get connected to a fellowship of believers in and followers of Christ so that you may grow in knowledge of and in relationship with our Lord.  

1 Comment

  1. I removed (deleted) your question as requested from a long time ago. It is possible that it may still show up Google search after I’ve deleted.

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