#079 – Your Powerful Prayers

#079 – Your Powerful Prayers

This is my second podcast with Susie Larson. If you missed the first one you’ll want to hear it, you can find by clicking here. Susie’s recently released her 11th book, Your Powerful Prayers and on today’s podcast she shares how prayer has sustained her through deep valleys, heightened her understanding of the depth of God’s love and opened her eyes to the lies of the enemy.

Susie shares how hard times pushed her to the heart of God and explains why and how she spends hours a day in prayer. But it didn’t start out that way. It started with just 10 minutes day, praying to God to give her room for more.


Prayer is not an obligation but an invitation — an invitation to spend time with God. Susie’s perspective on prayer is both encouraging and challenging. I hope that in listening you are encouraged to spend time with God.

Give what you have — even if it’s just few minutes a day — give God that.

Then pray… asking Him to give you more.

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  • Do you struggle with believing your prayers are powerful?
  • How did today’s challenge your thoughts on prayer?
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Highlights for Today’s Episode:

  • Caring for your prayer life
  • Hearing from God
  • The sustaining power of prayer

Quick Links

 ==> Quotes from today’s show {Click to tweet} 

  1. Fear and faith are opposing forces. You have to turn your back on one to behold the other.

  2. We will get the most done in our private places of prayer.
  3. Speak truth. Your ears need to hear your mouth say what is true.

  4. God won’t let you lose but sometimes He has to let you fight.

 ==>Resources from Today’s Show

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  1. TaVon October 3, 2016 at 7:45 pm - Reply

    Super rich indeed! Insightful and encouraging. Thank you for sharing this podcast.

  2. Auspria October 6, 2016 at 8:01 am - Reply

    I said “WOW” so many times during this podcast. I agree with Chrystal, I will definitely listen to this podcast again. There are so many nuggets. Susie, I appreciate your obedience to God as you are richly blessing so many.

    • Chrystal Hurst October 11, 2016 at 2:19 pm - Reply

      Tons of nuggets! I have already listened twice!

  3. Traci R October 9, 2016 at 7:03 pm - Reply

    This blessed me real good! I found Susan on a lark and I’m so very grateful.

  4. Scott Rodriguez October 10, 2016 at 7:31 pm - Reply

    No matter how many times I hear this, something new comes to light. I suppose it’s perhaps in the attending of the school of pain where one finds the most gold. Thank you for sharing this particular one. Rather insightful.

  5. Roz October 11, 2016 at 9:48 pm - Reply

    On my third replay and I am still being taught, convicted and encouraged. Thank you Chrystal & Susie for allowing yourselves to His vessels of truth and hope.

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