Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours. Mark 11:24
There are so many requests which come from the homeless, and prayer seemingly is the most common of them all. It’s not just the prayers of encouragement, or of healing, or of inspiration that brings joy to one’s soul. But it’s also the expression on the faces of individuals, as a result of their outcome, which stem from the effects of prayer. When the LEMM team and or its volunteers pray for our homeless brothers and sisters, it releases hope, promises, and it transforms. Prayer is like an invitation into the Supernatural. It shifts the conscious into a higher realm than that of the streets. We’ve seen evidence of trust and confidence heighten. In a research study it was reported, according to Bradshaw¹ that “…previous work has found that prayer is associated with desirable mental health outcomes among individuals who believe that they are praying to a God who is close as opposed to remote, and the results from the current study are largely consistent with this finding.” Testimonies given from our homeless brothers and sisters corroborate that study.
The LEMM team invites you to peruse this page. And if you’re interested in receiving prayer, feel free to send it in. Complete 👉🏽 on this form, your request. Afterwards, click the submit button.
¹Matt Bradshaw, Ph.D., assistant professor of sociology, Baylor’s College of Arts & Sciences; Media and Pubic Relations 2014