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To the house of the LORD your God,
and cry out to the LORD.
“Even now,” declares the LORD,
“return to me with all your heart.
Blow the trumpet in Zion,
declare a holy fast,
call a sacred assembly.
Gather the people,
consecrate the assembly” (Joel 1:14; 2:12,15-16, NIV).
These seems to be times when we are being spiritually depleted. We desperately need to hear from God. We need to be refreshed, renewed, revived. And when YOU pray,…Continue
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Urgent: 175 Nations, 7 Continents, 1 Prayer
Dear Praying Friends
GOD is stirring the hearts of His people to pray for Jerusalem as never before. Christians from China to Germany and from Kenya to Brazil are raising raise their voices in fervent intercession with His Son, on behalf of Jerusalem and all her inhabitants, both Jew and Arab alike in response to what is happening in the world today, and in alignment with God’s word, (Psalm 122:6,7.)
I am asking…
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I’M GLAD YOU ASKED…
Q. I was always taught to pray to God, but when you pray you seem to be talking to Jesus. Who do we pray to?
A. Almighty God is one Being experienced in 3 “Persons” … Father, Son, and The Holy Spirit. The theological term for this is the Trinity.…Continue
A book review on prayer I thought I'd share with the Pray! Network
How does your personality type affect the way you pray? That's the subtitle of my latest read: Praying with the Grain by Dr. Pablo Martinez. And of course I loved that John Stott wrote the forward - added credibility.
I thought I was in for another traditional book on prayer - one of many in a cluster of books in my library. I couldn't have been more wrong. This is an intriging, unusual, thoughtful, and…Continue
Added by Laura Taylor on July 26, 2012 at 2:14pm — No Comments
Yesterday afternoon I saw a Facebook post about a good friend in Illinois who had apparently been hospitalized for heatstroke. I remember praying briefly for him and hoping to learn soon that he was OK.
However, later that evening my wife and I were on our way to visit a friend at his grandpa's visitation when my phone rang. I saw that it was Don's wife, Laura, so I expected that she wanted to update me on his condition and…Continue
Added by Merton J. Hershberger on July 25, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments
Prayer is hard work. Not because you get paid for it, but because of the effort required to set aside all other priorities and focus on the Kingdom Agenda at hand. It may seem more boring than a board meeting, but that would only because your board (you, any angels or friends you may invite) have lost sight of the vision or have displaced the Chairman of the Board of prayer: Jesus. Wiithout Jesus chairing the meeting and the Holy Spirit leading the discussion, you are bound to accomplish…Continue
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Religious Liberty Prayer Bulletin | RLPB 169 | Wed 25 Jul 2012
By Elizabeth Kendal
WELCOME to the intercessors who have joined the list this month.
'Pour out your heart like water before the presence of the Lord! Lift your hands to him for the lives of your children ...' (from Lamentations 2:19 ESV).
JULY 2012 UPDATE - During July we prayed concerning . . .
* KENYA (RLPB 166), where Islamic militants had…
Added by Ron Clough on July 25, 2012 at 4:06am — No Comments
A PROPHETIC WORD "YOUR PROVISION IS IN YOUR POSITION" Am I not still the God of Elijah who provided food everyday from ravens and water by the brook where I placed him for a season of rest and preparation? Am I not still the God of the children of Israel who provided manna in the desert and water from the rock? Can I not provide for you, O you of little faith? Do I not still own the cattle on a thousand hills? Am I not a God who is at hand…Continue
Added by Michael Steven Knoll on July 24, 2012 at 7:55am — No Comments
“...always laboring fervently for you in prayers, that you may stand perfect and complete in all the will of God.” Colossians 4:12
Emotions felt in certain traumatic events never go away completely. Similarity brings back a flood of feelings. Such was the case this past week. It will soon be thirteen years since the September 15, 1999 shooting at Wedgwood Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas. Many of the emotions of that night returned last week with the shooting in an Aurora, Colorado theater. There are major differences in the scenarios but the commonalities are striking: darkened auditorium full of mostly…Continue
Added by Dan R. Crawford on July 23, 2012 at 7:25am — No Comments
Here are some suggestions of things to do on September 9 - Grandparents Day of Prayer.
“The power of focused prayer can change a generation.” Author…Continue
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Actually, my title is misleading. When it comes to prayer, children much more often seem to “get it” better than adults do. When it comes to prayer, we would probably be more accurate to say, “So easy, an adult can do it.” But I’m only a few sentences in and I’m swerving off topic already. Let me get to my point.
This summer my church’s prayer ministry is teaching a series on prayer in children’s church. We’re teaching the kids everything from the basics (prayer equals relationship…Continue
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A Call to Repentance
Joel concludes his first chapter with four things that he strongly suggests that should be done if the nation wanted to see recovery. The same is true in our culture today. We need to see a major recovery and yes a genuine Spirit-led revival. Joel’s thoughts are exactly what needs to happen in today’s world. If these things were to happen then a revival would follow.
Added by Dale Hardy on July 18, 2012 at 10:51am — No Comments
Religious Liberty Prayer Bulletin | RLPB 168 | Wed 18 Jul 2012
TERROR IN PLATEAU STATE, NIGERIA
by Elizabeth Kendal
Numbering around 30 million, the Fulani (also known as Fulbe) are the largest nomadic tribe in the world, with around half living in northern Nigeria. Like the traditionally nomadic Tuareg who are mostly based in northern Mali, the Fulani are spread over the Sahel, occupying a large area mostly south and east of the Tuareg zone. Just like the…
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