Every day is a day of prayer for believers, but it is especially a good day to pray even more on this National Day of Prayer. Prayer is powerful because our God is all powerful and we are commanded to always pray as part of God’s will. Jesus reminded us to always pray and neverContinue reading “Praying on The National Day of Prayer”
A Joyful Jenny YouTube teaching on JOYFUL PRAYER -How do I pray in faith? (Blogpost for readers too!)
JOY GIVER: PRESSING ON JOY KILLER: COMPLACENCY & COMPROMISE The prayer below is taken from Week 9 of a Bible study book project still in the works entitled, JOY LIKE A FOUNTAIN…How to have joy no matter what life brings our way! This prayer is based on Philippians 3:12-16 where the Apostle Paul encourages usContinue reading “A Prayer for Pressing On”
From Joyful Jenny’s “Joy Like a Fountain” study – the joy of pressing on beyond complacency and compromise. Father God, forgive us when we grow weary and wimpy amidst the pain, pressures and problems of this life. We ask for a fresh baptism of Your Spirit to empower us, to fill us, to burn withinContinue reading “A Joyful Prayer”
Stay covered under our good good Father’s canopy of kindness and joy.
This parable of the persistent widow I relate to and not just from 2017. Today, on day 18 of 21 days of prayer and fasting at our church, it was timely for me personally to be reminded of this WORD. Am I persistent in prayer and faith like the parable of the persistent widow whoContinue reading “Can you relate?”
We all bleed crimson and the crimson stained cross is what we need to unite us for such a time as this.
Today is the annual National Day of Prayer. Certainly, now more than ever, many are agreeing we are in a time of prayer. The Church is uniting in prayer and calling for more prayer. This is true that we need to pray more and in unity, and this is a good and positive result ofContinue reading “Live a Life of Prayer”
This promise is for the Church, the called out ecclesia who have accepted the blood sacrifice of Jesus Christ and His death on the cross as the payment for our sins. We believe in our hearts that God raised Jesus from the dead, and we have confessed Jesus as Savior and Lord before God andContinue reading “A Promise and A Call to Pray”