*#The Prayer of a Righteous Man*

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James  5:16

 _Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much._

 *#The Prayer of a Righteous Man*

You have to know that sin is a blockage in getting answer to prayer. Sin deprives people of divine health, healing, and blessings. This particular epistle was written to believers.

Don't hide your faults, confess it to one another. It seems we do feel ashamed to do exactly that, we hide the finger that is paining us inside clothes. There are things that some believers hide in themselves, and not ready to tell anyone but it is causing serious damage inside of them. Some people have made secret covenant not to ever open up a particular matter to any human being, this has brought them into bondage and they are struggling. Such people needs deliverance  and the only way they can be delivered is by opening up to a fellow believer or their pastor and be prayed for and get completely restored.

Healing doesn't take much time, if you are ready to follow the process adequately. In fact, a young believer can pray for you and you get healed immediately, only if you are willing to confess your faults. Open up to someone, whatsoever you get convicted of, by the Holy Spirit. Don't even wait till you get sick or in trouble.

The fervent prayer of a righteous person is effective to demolish every strongholds. Don't take the prayer of a righteous man for a joke.  It is powerful! Effectual and fervent prayer brings healing and restoration. Don't allow sin to rob you of the glory that comes through effective communion with God. The more you hide your sins, the more you get deeper in it and find it difficult to come out. Find a believer, to open up your faults to today!

#God bless you

Thank you Father, for your grace and mercies. I open up my heart to you with humility and sincerity of heart. Deliver me and heal my soul, in Jesus name. Amen!

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