How To Pray A Powerful Prayer That Opens Closed Doors?

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  1. ngureco profile image81
    ngurecoposted 13 years ago

    How To Pray A Powerful Prayer That Opens Closed Doors?

  2. kess profile image60
    kessposted 13 years ago

    Where there is faith there is the right prayer

  3. Everyday_mom profile image60
    Everyday_momposted 13 years ago

    Pray according to the verses written in the bible. That is a powerfull prayer that open doors that no man can close.

  4. Judah's Daughter profile image78
    Judah's Daughterposted 13 years ago

    I agree with Everyday_mom and kess, but want to add that we must pray with love, for love is the power of prayer.  This is why we must love our enemies, and pray for those who persecute us (Mat 5:44).  God answers when we pray His will (1 John 5:14-15), which brings us back to the Word and faith in Him.  God does not hear sinners (John 9:31), so we must be made righteous through faith in Christ (2 Cor 5:21), whereby we can come boldly before His throne (Heb 4:16).  James 5:16 states, "The effective prayer of a righteous man can accomplish much."

  5. terced ojos profile image61
    terced ojosposted 13 years ago

    When you pray; every time you pray. Pray in the spirit and you will perceive in your spirit that your prayer is being heard and God will also give you confirmation; sometimes in the form of dreams or visions as to how and when he will accomplish the opening or closing of the door. You should end your prayer asking that Gods will be done regarding the matter.  This is faith.

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    loriamooreposted 13 years ago

    Pray earnestly and with humility and faith and God will reveal Himself and His plan for you.  If He wants the doors open, they will open.  Prayers don't have to be fancy, just heartfelt. The Bible tells us that when two or more people gather in God's name, that He is there and answers pray, so you might want to ask friends and family to pray for your situation as well.  Scripture too always has good words for us to use if we can't find our own.  You are in my prayers, nguerco.

  7. Gresham profile image62
    Greshamposted 13 years ago

    In my life, I had countless prayers that were answered. I had some prayers which I sometimes think God is not going to answer but would get the results later. I found out that persistence is the greatest weapon to a prayer that opens doors. Depending on the situation, a prayer can take up to five years to be answered, but some need immediate reply in which case one needs to pray and fast and meditating on the word. Doing this normally brings positive results .

  8. caretakerray profile image61
    caretakerrayposted 13 years ago

    ngureco :
                        I'm not religious but,  I think the christian bible kinda of says it well.  Look at the lords prayer by Jesus Christ.  It is said this prayer contains all the elements of then prefect prayer.
      It begins with an acknowledgment of god and his relationship to us.  It then precedes with praise to god.  Followed by a show of respect, an act of faith, and a willingness to serve.  This seems to be followed by a series of requests and a promise to comply with gods requests.  Then comes more praise and an acknowledgment of his power .  The final word seems to be the most important as it shows believing without  knowing .  The word amen means "it is done".  Perhaps if you format your prayers around they will work.  Good luck.

  9. Precious Pearl profile image77
    Precious Pearlposted 13 years ago

    I would like to add something to those that have answered before me.  Oftentimes when we are praying we should be fasting as well to be sensitive to what God might be saying or even to know what He wants us to do in a particular situation.  Prayer and fasting over a matter will open up doors that are closed or even close doors of deception that the enemy has opened in order to take us down a path of destruction.  It is our own reasoning that leads us into destruction but if we put our flesh under by fasting while praying it opens our spirit to the leading of the Holy Spirit and God's Will regarding our prayers.

  10. ronmat profile image61
    ronmatposted 13 years ago

    When we really want something, we do not always know how to pray and The Word says in Romans 8: 26 "In the same way, the Spirit also helps us in our weakness, since we do not know how to pray as we should. But the Spirit himself intercedes for us with groans too deep for words" To answer the question, I think one should fast, Pray earnestly and diligently, the Holy spirit will then intercede for us where actual words in prayer fail us.

  11. pinkboxer profile image60
    pinkboxerposted 13 years ago

    Faith is often the critical missing key to answered prayer. One must stand on the word of God. Don't pray for that which is not of God. Closed doors often indicate a disconnect in one's spiritual life.

  12. A_K profile image73
    A_Kposted 13 years ago

    Prayer is just a word/name for establishing communication to the divine intellegence. You cannot begin to establsih that communication unless you have faith and trust in the Supreme intelligence/energy/entity. No matter how you conceive god or what religion/faith you belong to, prayer is universal and common to all humanity. Prayer always and invariably opens the closed doors, when it doesn't, the prayer is make believe, joke, insincere or anything but prayer because you don't need a formal approach (hymns, religious texts) or place (church or temple or holy shrine) to pray. Prayer is like the sincere cry of a child. Prayer sends powerful vibrations into the universe and there is indeed a response to prayer. Prayer is the inherent gift given to all of us. It works in the realm of pure emotional energy. Prayer has no logic, no intelligence. Prayer is an inspiration. Prayer is an outflow of suppressed emotional energy channeled across to the Infinite Intelliegence. I am absolutely sure prayer works as nothing else. Remeber, the response to your prayer is definite and indisputable but rarely in a manner you anticipate. To give an example. If you are praying to get back your lost spouse, you may or may not get him/her back but you get back happiness and wisdom and what is in your best interest. If you are praying for some one's health recovery, the person survives but quite possibly may have lost something or survives completely hale and hearty. In other words, sincere cries of babies are heard but the kid may not get the candy he/she had been weeping for. The mother knows what is best for her baby.

  13. jodysmith profile image62
    jodysmithposted 13 years ago

    Don't be selfish while praying and surrender yourself to the almighty.

  14. profile image51
    harlan1sposted 13 years ago

    It is amazing that everyone thinks that the answer to the question lies in Jesus. Not everyone believes this you know. What about Muslims? What about Jews?

    The Torah, teaches that you should put blind faith in the Lord. Only then, will you be heard. Pray, but so many people pray without the proper respect in their hearts. They pray give me give me, give me. The Lord is not a vending machine, where you insert a prayer, turn a handle and get a gift.

    Thou shall love the lord they god with all thy heart, with all thy soul and with all they might. If you pray, liturgy is good, but so is personal prayer. Start out with praising the lord, then requesting what you want specifically. Saying "I want a job" won't cut it. Saying "I want a job making 40,000 where I can help people" is more specific. Then thank the lord for all he has given you.

    In addition, perform acts of charity. If you can't give charity, do charity. Do acts of loving kindness for others. The old Ecclesiastics says to cast your bread upon the waters and it will come back to you more than you put out.

    Read the book The Gentle Weapon by Rabbi Nachman of Breslov. It shows you how to pray. It doesn't mention any religion specifically. It shows you how to approach the Lord in all religions!

  15. HollywoodRasta profile image66
    HollywoodRastaposted 13 years ago

    You dont need a bible to pray. Simply ask that the doors open. Know that your prayer will be answered.

    And understand that things are not always better the way WE think they SHOULD be. The superior powers might have another plan or path in store for YOU!

  16. pisean282311 profile image63
    pisean282311posted 13 years ago

    power of prayers is always there and when one prays with humbleness and full faith , prayers would always work provided it doesnot harm you or any one else...

  17. MordechaiZoltan profile image62
    MordechaiZoltanposted 13 years ago

    To pray for a specific outcome would imply that the one praying is wiser than the one to whom the prayer is directed towards. If this is true it seems as though the cart may have moved in front of the horse as it were.

  18. anyorikeya emma profile image59
    anyorikeya emmaposted 13 years ago

    In my opinion - A  poweful prayer is backed by ones faith and so it does not matter the number of times a person prays and the hours spent in prayer. All that matters is the level of ones faith which presupposes the power that will be able to open closed doors.

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    Lalitha V Ramanposted 13 years ago

    I had answered your question a bit more elaborately in a hub format! It's a nice question that needed a fine answer. The answer is the reflection of what I feel and practice as far as the prayers are concerned: … Doors?done

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    Joseph Tposted 13 years ago

    I think the first miracle Jesus performed on earth is the miracle at Canaan wedding Jesus made water turned to excellent wine by the intercession of Mary, his mom.
                So, I think a powerful prayer that opens the closed door, is the prayer you ask Mary to pray together with you, surrender yourself completely to God, repent your sins, trust in the Divine Mercy's love, ask Mary, the mother of Jesus to pray with you, and say:
          " Holy Almighty Father, by the Passion of Jesus your beloved Son, and together with Mary, I ask you for ( YOUR requesting for something...).
              I prayed this way and got answered returns from God.Some were right away, some were later. Good luck

  21. darrylcrawford profile image70
    darrylcrawfordposted 13 years ago

    Please check out my hub on that. Be Blessed. … ve-in-life

  22. Thesource profile image68
    Thesourceposted 13 years ago

    Have faith the God will always answer without any doubts and thanking Him in advance is the most powerful form of prayer.

    However, not many can do this.

  23. SpiritPhilosopher profile image58
    SpiritPhilosopherposted 12 years ago


    If you are a true believer in 'God', you shouldn't pray at all,

    because, if you pray means, you are asking for some help from God,
    and that means you are admitting yourself that God is NOT omniscient.

    Hence it is written:

    Do not be like them, for your Father knows what you need before you ask him.


  24. ajuvr profile image61
    ajuvrposted 12 years ago

    when prayer is selfless , it doesn't matter ,since the mind is open and ways are infinite!

  25. profile image0
    BESOBERGOSPELposted 12 years ago

    God answers all prayers,some He says yes,others He says no and brings it to pass in a way we may not understand.

    1. Caries Mission profile image61
      Caries Missionposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Very true. God always answers prayers in 3 ways. Yes, no, or later. Yes if it is His will, no if it is not, or later if He doesn't think you are ready for what you have prayed for.

  26. Dian'swords4u profile image60
    Dian'swords4uposted 12 years ago

    Pray a prayer of thanksgiving to God for what he has done for you.  Thank him for the times that he has opened doors for you in the past.  Confess any sin that may be in your life or anything that may be a hinderance in God answering your prayers.  Sometimes unconfessed sin is a hindrance and until we admit and confess all our sin, God will not answer our prayers.  Read your Bible and study God's word, ask him to show you what he would have you learn and let him show you what he wants through the scriptures.  After spending time in the scriptures pray a prayer of dedication of your life to \God';s will.  God promises that if he closes a door he will open another one.  Our lives have to be right with God for him to open some doors in our lives.   pray God will show you his will in your life.

  27. Mark Upshaw profile image60
    Mark Upshawposted 12 years ago

    Stop seeing the close door and begin seeing reality, the blissful life that you are meant to live by living your greatest inspirations and you will find that where there were no doors an open door was made for you.

  28. maria.rose profile image39
    maria.roseposted 12 years ago

    The prayer should be repeated repeatedly in your heart an d i am totally agreed with SpiritPhilosopher   that If we are a true believer in 'God', we  shouldn't pray at all,

  29. Rose Ella Morton profile image60
    Rose Ella Mortonposted 12 years ago

    Remember the old saying "Be careful what you wish for" God grant's a prayer, the devil grant's a wish. The prayer if granted always come out good for you. But the wish granted by the devil alway turn out bad in the end. If we pray and haven't recieved, then it is not our time yet or it is not meant to be.

  30. Craan profile image81
    Craanposted 12 years ago

    Close the door to your room and cry your eyes out to God. Tell God how you feel. Ask God to help you and to come to your rescue with the help of His Son, Jesus Christ - The Savior of the World.

  31. skisy profile image89
    skisyposted 12 years ago

    You can talk to God just like a chlid. There's no need for fancy words or for always trying to say the "right things", He's not impressed by that, He just wants to hear what's on your heart. People often talk about the power of prayer, but what they really mean is the power of God, after all He's the one who responds. Pray and believe that through God all things are possible.

  32. profile image49
    mecailaposted 12 years ago

    first of all we need to have complete trust in GOD he knows exactly whats best for all of us,no matter how hard the trials..we just have to be strong and have believe in HIS ways,HE is always there for us,as what they said pray from the bottom of your heart..

  33. Quirinus profile image60
    Quirinusposted 12 years ago

    Pray with positive expectation and gratitude (as if your need has already been met) that your need will be granted and yet with the understanding that "Your (God's) will be (is always) done on earth as it is in heaven."

  34. chasemillis profile image71
    chasemillisposted 12 years ago

    I wrote a hub about this same thing not that long ago

  35. viveresperando profile image65
    viveresperandoposted 12 years ago

    Pray from your very heart, spirit, and soul.  I truly believe that there is more than one door to open a path that has been closed for us.  Ask for guidance through prayer, why was that door closed?  Allow your heart to hear the answer and to give you the strength to truly accept that it is a closed door.  We must accept that it is a closed door even though sometimes we will never know the why it was closed. 

    I have always found that acceptance, is the key to allow another door to open.  Once or twice in my lifetime; after much prayer, I have been surprised to find a new door ends up actually leading me back to the same path that I was originally seeking.  But that new door would have never shown itself if I had not been willing to accept the other as closed and had let it go.  I have always felt; what is closed is closed.  Accept, let it go, find another door.

  36. MrsHernandez profile image59
    MrsHernandezposted 12 years ago

    Pray from the bottom of ur heart, be humble to God and believe, Have faith and he will listen.

  37. SPIRIT n TRUTH profile image62
    SPIRIT n TRUTHposted 11 years ago

    Pray the Promises of the Word of God.

    For the Sword of the Spirit is the Spoken Word of God, Ephesians 6

    The Word of God is sharper than and double-edged Sword, Hebrews 4

    David Prayed Prophetic Prayers of the Word of God and it Literally Changed Events and Destinies for God, Psalms

    Etc. etc. etc.

  38. Caries Mission profile image61
    Caries Missionposted 11 years ago

    First of all, God closes doors and opens the ones that lead you to His plan for you. God always answers your prayers, it just may not be the answer you are looking for. You need to remember, the Bible says, "Your will be done." That means, whatever God has planned is His will. We need to focus on that a lot in our lives. We want to know why all of the bad things are happening in our lives, but God has each one of our lives all planned out. If we focus on that saying, "Your will be done," we are telling ourselves that God closed that door for a reason and He must have something better in mind for me. So yes, you need to pray. Ask God for what you think you need if it is His will. If he answers no, than it was not His will for you.

  39. profile image0
    Deborah Sextonposted 11 years ago

    In John 9. The blind man was reasoning with the Pharisee about his healer being of God or not and said:

    …any man be a worshipper of God, and doeth his will, him he heareth.

    If he worships God and does God’s will..Than God hears him

    But just because God hears a human does not mean the person is going to get what he prayed for.

    According to the book of James God doesn’t give things
    If the reason you want it is wrong.

    James 4:3
    Ye ask, and receive not, because ye ask amiss, that ye may consume it upon your lusts.

    Another thing a person needs to do is to have faith without doubting

    James 1
    6.But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering. For he that wavereth is like a wave of the sea driven with the wind and tossed.
    7 For let not that man think that he shall receive any thing of the Lord.
    8 A double minded man is unstable in all his ways.

    So to get God to answer your prayer you will have to

    1. Worship God
    2. Do His will
    3. Make sure you want it for the right reasons
    4. Have faith and don’t doubt at all

  40. profile image49
    Lucia ratebeposted 10 years ago

    God is able, whatever we ask we will receive through our prayer

  41. profile image51
    Norine Williamsposted 8 years ago

    JESUS HAS DONE IT ALL!  Isaiah 53:5 says "...and with his stripes we ARE healed."   It does not say "we WILL BE HEALED if you pray," but "...we ARE HEALED!"

    Doesn't that indicate "Christ has done it all?" 

    The "Best Answer" from Kess "Stands!"

    "Where there is "FAITH" there is the right prayer!"

  42. LauraTallo profile image61
    LauraTalloposted 6 years ago

    First of all, respect that the Lord may have closed the door for a good reason.

    However, I would fast, pray diligently, and meditate on God's word. I would spend quiet time just listening, and maybe the answer will come to you.

  43. celafoe profile image53
    celafoeposted 5 years ago

    57 wrong answers and only one points to (hints at)the correct answer.
    the answer is be baptized in the Holy Spirit of God and always follow the lading of the Spirit of God and not your flesh that wants to control you


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