When you think of a warrior, you imagine someone who is going into battle. That is also true of prayer warriors, except our weapons are prayers not weapons. We are also called intercessory prayers because we pray to God for others.
I discovered the power of praying for someone other than myself several years ago. I was in a Bible study at my church when one of the members suffered an aneurysm. My immediate response was to start praying (much to my surprise.) After he was taken to the hospital, my entire class joined hands in a circle and prayed for Bill. I could feel the power of our prayers as well as the presence of God in our circle. Our prayers were answered and Bill soon joined us back in our Bible study. But that day I learned I had a passion for prayer.
I hope that in this blog we can exchange experiences as prayer warriors and maybe even ignite that passion in others. We will also lift up prayer requests, discuss areas that need our prayers and mention books and websites that can help us grow as prayer warriors. I look forward to hearing from you.