When I was the outreach pastor of a church there was a gentleman (I will call him Eric) who started coming to our church. He had been backslidden but had come back to the Lord. Thus, he was born
True StoryI knew a gentleman (will call him Jim) who previously was a drug addict that became born again. He was a faithful follower of Jesus for several years. Because of an incident in his life, he developed a
STIRRING THE POTChristians Praying Together Every Christian believes in the concept of prayer. Many Christians believe in some form of public prayer and some form of intercessory prayer. Thus most Christians believe Christians should pray together.
Prayer is communication with God. It is simply talking to Him, sharing your heart and requests with Him. Intercessory prayer is when you specifically pray on behalf of someone else. Intercession MeaningThe Hebrew “paga” means “to fell,” or
In my previous article titled Why Corporate Prayer? I shared that Corporate Prayer is biblical and the value of Corporate Prayer. So, if Corporate Prayer is biblical and has value why is that most Christians do not participate in
Some Christians will say “We are already praying, why does there need to be corporate praying?” Or they may say “Since I am praying at home I do not need to be a part of corporate prayer?”. A legitimate
In the world, in the realm of the lost (unsaved) we are seeing more and more unity for the things of Satan. But what about the Body of Christ? Are we seeing peace, love, unity among Christians or are
Minister, Pastor, Theologian J. Vernon McGee has some great commentary on Philippians 4:6. I will be quoting his statements and making my own comments. Be careful (anxious) for nothing; but in everything by prayer and
Prayer Obstacles and Solutions Here are some obstacles to prayer and how to overcome them. THE DEVILIf anyone knows that God answers prayer it is Satan. Satan knows that answered prayer will thwart
Our Daily Love Walk (Prayer & Commitment) I. Seek the Presence of God (With Praise as the AM Sacrifice) a. Greet Father Early (Pr. 8:17, Mk 1:35) with adoration, honor & reverence (Mt. 6:9).