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The Presidential Prayer Team daily prayer page today mentions that it's 100 days to the mid-term elections. With division in our country running so high and questions still surrounding alleged attempts to interfere with the 2016 elections, we need God's intervention both to protect our election process and to put in place leaders who will honor him. How should we then pray? This is the first of a series of posts with thoughts on how to pray for our upcoming…Continue
If you're in the habit of pasting information and prayer requests here at Pray.Network (as I am), here's a tip: Use Google Chrome rather than Internet Explorer or Edge browsers. I have found that with IE/Edge, pasted copy often gets cut off on the right-hand side, reformatted in ways I don't expect, and pictures often don't come out well.
I've noticed since switching over to Chrome that none of these problems are present in that browser. Chrome does do a little reformatting, but…Continue
Are you going through a storm right now? Something so difficult or traumatic that you aren't sure you'll make it to tomorrow?
Don't give up hope. It often takes a storm to get our minds off our own plans and ways and onto God's greater plan—to realize there's a purpose for our life that is far better than our own. Our storms help draw…Continue
Added by John I Snyder on July 16, 2018 at 6:35am — No Comments
I am not sure forceful writing is something all of us strive for. But I do believe many of us would like to know how to add impetus to the words we write.
How do we write with overwhelming influence on our readers, on our culture? I have thought a great deal about this and I think I have some things to say about writing forcefully. However, before I begin I suppose I should grant you a disclaimer. My books are not,…Continue
Many of us have been greatly encouraged in our prayers for lost friends with the words from 2 Peter 3: 9, “God is not willing that any should perish.”
But I think it is important to note that there are a couple of ways in which this verse can be misinterpreted. The two that I have in mind both interpret the will of God here as immutable. But that is not the word used in the original language. The word is…Continue
Added by David Young on July 1, 2018 at 12:48pm — No Comments
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