When praying, we communicate with God, often asking for guidance and help making things happen. Manifestation is bringing something into existence by focusing thoughts, emotions, and energy into what we desire to create.
Prayer and manifestation go hand-in-hand.
Both prayer and manifestation require us to be intentional and believe that the things we ask for will come to fruition. Mark 11:24 says: “Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.”
God tells us to have unwavering faith that the things we ask for will become reality. But we also know that faith without works is dead. So when we actively work toward creating what we desire, our actions bear fruit.
Some may question whether manifestation is Godly, but historically, praying folks like Frederick Douglass witnessed how prayer works when paired with intentionally putting energy into making liberation come.
Douglass was at risk of being brutally beaten until he faithfully took the actions that would protect him. In other words, he prayed AND manifested himself out of harm’s way.
Our people have been praying, manifesting, and conjuring new realities for generations. We were created in God’s image, so no matter which combination of methods we choose, we’re constantly co-creating our lives and liberation in communion with God.
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