May 20, 2018
The most frequently repeated prayer in the Bible was “Lord have mercy.” In every case, God/Jesus answered the prayer, granting mercy to the repentant sinner. But, this prayer is not a magic formula…
January 7, 2018
What great joy it would be to see the body of Christ flourishing in our day. To see a sustained visitation by God, a powerful move of the Holy Spirit, another great awakening with the household of faith on fire. There’s nothing wrong with praying for this as all great revivals were preceded by faithful […]
October 22, 2017
In the midst of terrible calamities, terrorism, and wars, many ask, “Where is God?” Is God slow or is He worth waiting for? Answer: He is always worth the wait!
August 27, 2017
Some believe the days of miracles have past. Even those who still pray earnestly often do so with low expectations. Maybe it’s time for this to change. So what are you earnestly praying for?
May 21, 2017
Through stories, personal testimony, and balloon art, guest speaker Tim Meek demonstrates how a simple trust in God and His provision can transform our lives.
March 19, 2017
During the reign of King Jehoshaphat, Judah was invaded by three pagan nations allied against God’s people. Facing certain annihilation, Jehoshaphat called a national time of prayer and fasting. God provided a miraculous deliverance!
January 15, 2017
Paul instructed Timothy about those holding seats of power: “I urge, then, first of all, that requests, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for everyone–for kings and all those in authority…”
October 11, 2015
Paul and Silas are beaten publicly and thrown in jail. Bloodied and in pain, the brothers start praying and singing hymns at midnight. God sends an earthquake which rattles loose their chains and opens all the prison doors.
May 10, 2015
Jeremiah was known as the weeping prophet. He cried out to God on behalf of His people and pled tearfully for them to repent and turn to God. Jeremiah 29:7 is a powerful summation of God’s instructions to Jeremiah: “But seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you into exile, and pray to the Lord on its behalf, for in its welfare you will find your welfare.”
January 25, 2015
Psalm 88 is the darkest Psalm in the Bible. Authorship is attributed to a man named Heman the Ezrahite and his Job-like dirge was probably not a highly requested worship song. Heman’s prayer is a desperate cry.