God’s Yes Power? What do we mean exactly by that?

God's Yes Power is the topic this Sunday at Unity of Palm Harbor.

This Week’s Message

Many people believe God answers prayer with either a yes, no or maybe later. Actually, God is always saying yes to our highest and greatest good. The key to prayer is how and for what we are asking.  Join us as we explore how to pray so we can experience God’s Yes Power to its fullest.

Unity and Prayer

Have you ever heard of Silent Unity? It began as The Society of Silent Help by founders, Charles and Myrtle Fillmore, in 1890. Today it is known as Silent Unity® and its purpose is to help uplift others by praying with them and for them and those who are important to the ones who seek prayer.

From Unity’s website:
“Silent Unity, the worldwide prayer ministry of Unity, has been praying with people seeking spiritual support for 125 years. The 24/7 prayer ministry—which responds to prayer requests via telephone, postal mail, online, or via the uPray free mobile app—serves people of all faiths from all parts of the world.

Silent Unity prays affirmatively, believing that God is everywhere present and active in and through all lives, and serves with sensitivity, compassion, and confidentiality. From the moment a prayer request is received, the sender is lovingly enfolded in prayer. After a response has been provided, the prayer request is placed in the Silent Unity Prayer Vigil Chapel, where prayer is continuous, for 30 days.”

Unity of Palm Harbor also has a wonderful Prayer Chaplain program. There are usually two prayer chaplains available for individual prayer after each of our Sunday services

We hope to see you this Sunday at Unity of Palm Harbor!