The central feature of the Jerusalem Prayer Center is the Interactive Prayer Room, designed to encourage meeting with God on a personal level. The three sections of the room allow visitors to focus on Praise, Confession, and Intercession.
Banners with scriptures in English, Arabic, and Hebrew are hung throughout the room, expounding on the love of God. The names of God call us to praise; special dissolving paper provides a tangible reminder of the completeness of forgiveness; maps provide visuals as visitors intercede for the people of the world who do not know Jesus as Lord. The room is equipped with journals, drawing supplies, and Bibles in many languages. Visitors may intercede while standing, kneeling, sitting amidst floor cushions, or on their faces on the carpet.
Jesus gave us the perfect example for maintaining that personal communion with God the Father, when he often drew aside to solitary places. Luke 4 and 5 show how Jesus’ days were filled with crowds and constant ministry. But in those times he knew he needed time alone with God.
But now even more the report about him went abroad, and great crowds gathered to hear him and to be healed of their infirmities. But he would withdraw to desolate places and pray. Luke 5:15016 ESV