Why You Should Practice All Night Prayers?

By Vladimir Savchuk | May 2, 2021 | 2 mins

Why You Should Practice All Night Prayers?

Why is it so easy to spend hours and hours binge-watching a show despite your tiredness; yet, when you try to pray, it is hard to keep your mind sharp, and the next thing you know you are in deep sleep. Constantly, while we pray there are shifts in the spiritual realm affecting the environment, our rooms, communities, cities, and even churches. 

Read: How to Pray?

Commonly, people encounter demonic activities after midnight: falling into watching inappropriate things, having nightmares, and experiencing darkness. Although there are many aspects to the church, the main purpose of the church is to be God’s house of prayer.

Luke 6:12 says, “Jesus went out into a mountain to pray, and continued all night in prayer to God”. After Jesus prayed all night, He healed the multitudes, preached, and walked on the water (Matthew 14:23).

In Genesis, Jacob’s persistent all-night prayer brought him victory and blessing.

In Acts 16:25-26, Paul received a supernatural deliverance after praying in the midnight hours.

Wake up saints to slay the darkness.

There are countless examples of God’s servants in the scripture who were led to all-night prayer and experienced God’s incredible power as a result. All-night prayer will allow you to experience an intimate moment with God, and it is a key to a spiritual breakthrough.

There is an intimate outpouring God is ready to release to those who are willing to seek Him when many would rather sleep.

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