Steve Harvey on the Power of Prayer

When I was growing up, my parents would wake me up early every Sunday morning and bring me to church. Back then, I didn’t realize how important Christianity is in our daily lives. Like many kids, I would eventually get bored in church and start being disruptive; however, the memories I have today of going to church with my parents are some of the best. But the most important thing is that they instilled in me the power of faith and prayer and it’s one of the most powerful things in my life as an adult. Steve Harvey recently finished taping his show and started talking to the audience about how prayer changes things.

Steve Harvey on the Power of Prayer.

In it, he urges his audience to never forget praying. In today’s society, there is a disturbing trend that seems to dismiss praying to a higher power, and to this, he also urges his audience to not be ashamed of praying and to not be too proud to pray.

Steve Harvey goes on to say, “Prayer changes things. I don’t care how dark things look to you. I don’t care what anyone has said to you. Don’t forget to pray. I don’t care what the verdict is, I don’t care what the haters say. Don’t forget to pray, prayer changes things.”

Watch this video of Steve Harvey discussing how prayer changes things…


He ends the video with these incredible words, “If it wasn’t for God, I wouldn’t be standing here today. God saved me, don’t trip on my walk with God. My path is different from yours, God takes old hoodlums like me and turns them into Christians. I’m just a nobody, trying to tell everybody, about somebody that can save anybody.”

Prayer truly is a powerful tool that can change things for the better. No matter how dark and difficult things may seem, prayer or even reading the bible can help to turn them around. So if you’re feeling lost or alone, don’t forget to pray. It could be the very thing that changes everything.

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