Do you sometimes feel that your prayers are not effective? James 5:6 states, “..the effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much”.
If you want your prayers to become effective, you must learn to release your faith when you pray. Hebrews 11:1 states, “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen.” Therefore, faith is seeing and knowing in advance that what you have asked of God you have received.
Your Prayers Count will teach you how to see answers in the spiritual realm before seeing them in the physical realm. Then, as you grow and mature in your faith and prayer life, you will no longer dwell in the realm of asking, but you will move into a realm of believing and receiving.
Laura Avie Cooks. lives in Pearland, TX, with her loving husband, Bishop R. Joseph Cooks. This year they will celebrate 33 years of marriage. They have three sons : Ronald Joseph II, Jarred JaRon and Josiah Wesley Cooks and are the proud grandparents of a one year old grandson, Bryson.
I am a proud graduate of Prairie View A&M University. I received my Master's Degree from the University of St. Thomas. I have completed 12 hours from the College of Biblical Studies. I have taught public school for 28 years as an elementary teacher both in Houston Independent School District and Fort Bend Independent School District.
I humbly assist my husband in full-time ministry in (Houston, TX) Evangelist Restoration Church and House of Prayer Deliverance Church, (Beaumont, TX.)
After losing my sister-in-law to breast cancer in 2004. We established The Pamela Thompson Breast Cancer Foundation in 2008, where I am the Founder. The PTBCF is a non-profit organization, dedicated to providing economic and social support for families affected by breast cancer.
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