Saint Matthew’s Churches Prayer Rug Letter and Today's MiraclesMiracles were performed by Jesus and his disciples using various points of contact - sometimes it was a spoken word, at other times, touch was involved or an item, like the hem of a garment. For instance, God performed miracles through Paul and the use of point of contact faith items (similar to the prayer rug letter offered by today's ministries). We read in Acts 19:11-12: "so that even handkerchiefs and aprons that had touched him were taken to the sick, and their illnesses were cured and the evil spirits left them."
It is the belief of Saint Matthew's Churches that miracles still happen today, some involving faith contact items, such as a prayer cloth or the prayer rug contained in a Saint Matthew's Churches prayer rug letter. Saint Matthew’s Churches believes that God wants us to bring our concerns to him in prayer. In Philippians 4:6, we read "Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God." A prayer rug letter or other faith contact item can inspire you to get down on your knees and believe God for a miracle. Saint Matthew's Churches believes God answers prayer, with or without the use of a prayer rug letter. The prayer rug letter merely helps you to release your faith to God and believe in his power over your circumstances.
If you are struggling to find motivation to pray and struggling to trust God in your circumstances, many people in the same situation have found a point of contact faith item like the Saint Matthew's Churches prayer rug letter to provide the needed inspiration. Pray, believing that God hears and will answer, and the miracle will be yours.
A Saint Matthew's Churches prayer rug letter is only meant as a point of contact to help you release your faith. There is no power in the prayer rugs or Saint Matthew's Churches prayer rug letters themselves, only through Jesus Christ and your faith in Him.
Our Patient Merciful God
The Bible and the Gospel speak of God's great mercy for us ...
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“Enter his gates with
thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him
and praise his name.