Speaking with The Creator of ALL.


A solemn request for help or expression of thanks addressed to God or an object of worship.


Prayer is one of the most powerful tools that God’s people have access to. The Bible promises us that when we pray, God listens. Take a moment and let that sink in. If you have issues with the way that things are working in your life/nation, you probably can’t pick up your phone and call the President or the Rulers. However, the same God Who spoke everything around us into existence wants to hear from you anytime something is going wrong in your life; when things go right – keep praising God.

The Five Types of Prayer

  • Knowing its importance in prayerful communication.
  • Type 1 – Worship and Praise. This prayer acknowledges God for what He is.
  • Type 2 – Petition and Intercession.
  • Type 3 – Supplication.
  • Type 4 – Thanksgiving.
  • Type 5 – Spiritual Warfare.

Type 1 – Worship and Praise.

This prayer acknowledges God for what He is. It does so by showing the love, respect and admiration we have for him.  Go to any church on a Sunday morning and you’ll be sure to witness the praising and worshiping at the beginning of most services.

Type 2 – Petition and Intercession

This prayer is exercised when we are not concerned with our own needs but rather the needs of others.  Intercession causes us to internalize God’s word and exercise his power to change that for which we ask for.

Type 3 – Supplication

This prayer involves the action of asking or begging for something earnestly or humbly through kneeling or bending down in the form of a plea. This is the most humbling of prayer types and takes total surrender and loss of control.

Type 4 – Thanksgiving

This is when we express gratitude for having food, shelter, family, friends, employment, and health is valued by all philosophies. This type of prayer can be seen exercising in the morning when one wakes, during meals when one eats, or at night when one sleeps.

Type 5 – Spiritual Warfare

This is when we deal with the battles within our self and others and use prayer to guard us against attacks, maintain focus, or receive deliverance. This prayer involves us asking Gods word to protect us and guard us against any harm.




Published by Fellowship of Praise: ALL praise to God our Reason, Hallelujah!!!

To God be The glory. Let us praise God together for His ALL in our lives, Amen.

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