Praying for divine intervention can release blessings on others. I remember a young lady joined us for Bible study and shared many of the trials she was experiencing. Before our study ended, I asked her if I could pray for her and then she began to sob. She went on to say that no one had ever prayed for her before.
Something happens in the spiritual realm as we gather in prayer. Prayer brings more than we can understand. People are encouraged, spiritual chains can be broken off, and people can be healed both emotionally and physically. As we pray for divine intervention our prayers are always answered in God’s way and His timing.
I may not be healed physically, but the Lord walks with me through my difficulty which gives peace and courage. No matter how the Lord chooses to answer our prayers, we know they are a gift from God. James 5:16 “The prayer of a righteous man is powerful and effective.” 
The Church was Praying for Peter’s Release from Prison
The church gathered to pray for Peter as he suffered in prison. Acts 12:5 So Peter was kept in prison, but the church was earnestly praying to God for him. 6 The night before Herod was to bring him to trial, Peter was sleeping between two soldiers, bound with two chains, and sentries stood guard at the entrance.
To the church’s surprise an angel came and freed Peter from prison in a supernatural way. Their prayers were answered, and God did intervene in a way only He could.
Do You Need God’s Divine Intervention?
Life has many twists and turns. As believers in Jesus, we can be thankful that God answers prayers and intervenes on a regular basis. God may intervene to heal a person from a terminal health condition after people have prayed. A person prays for a loved one to come to know Jesus as their Savior and at some point, they do. When any person comes to faith it takes divine intervention by the work of the Holy Spirit.
What is going on in your life? Do you need God’s intervention in your life or that of a loved one? Your prayers are precious to God, and He loves to hear from His children.
Used by God to Pray for Divine Intervention
Perhaps you don’t need divine intervention in your life, but God wants you to pray for someone who does. What a privilege! Just as the church gathered to pray for Peter, the Lord can use you to pray for spiritual breakthroughs, souls to be saved, and revival in the world.
History tells us that prayer played a major part in all revivals. Prayer moves the hands of God upon the people. Not that God needs our help, but the Lord desires to work through His children. Who would the Lord like you to intercede for today? To learn more about praying for divine intervention, listen here: