The more we dwell in the secret place of prayer and communion, the less possible it is for us to fear, be deceived, be offended at or doubt God.
There's a story told by my dad of a time he visited a church before I was born. Still a smoker back then, he was outside with a cigarette in hand prior to the start of the service. Later during the sermon, the preacher made the comment "poor cigarette, fire on one end and fool … Continue reading Net Christianity
"America needs no words from me to see how your decision in Roe v. Wade has deformed a great nation. The so-called right to abortion has pitted mothers against their children and women against men. It has sown violence and discord at the heart of the most intimate human relationships. It has aggravated the derogation … Continue reading A Call to Prayer
Life is like an emotional roller coaster with many ups and downs, highs and lows, sharp turns and falls at high speed. You, oh Lord, are my peace. You are my calm center, my quietness of soul. In the beginning all was chaos, and then You SPOKE. The universe and all within it burst forth … Continue reading Chaos
Have you ever seen images of novas, or of night eruptions from a volcano? There is a terrifying beauty that is often visible in things being crushed or destroyed. A disturbing thought is that we would never experience the beauty without the tragedy surrounding it. The crushing pressure that takes away all that they are is what transforms them into the thing of beauty we see.
I am here to combat the idea that prayer is a last resort, and help give a better understanding of the power of prayer - partnership and communication with your Commander - to directly affect circumstances, individually, locally, and even globally
As intercessors, we can be praying for the CHURCH to raise up leaders that will infiltrate and inundate these 7 spheres at the very top of all of them, so they become the influencers of our society.
What word for love did John use? Did he choose Storge, a word used to express a parental love? Perhaps he uses Phileo, a love between friends? Was it really Eros he used to indicate a romantic love between two people?
Prayer is like the air we breathe, as Christians we not only cannot thrive without it, we die without it! We call Him our Lord. Is He really? Do we really take the time to acknowledge that He is God and we are not? Do we really believe that He is the source of life? How do we show that? How is it expressed in our daily walk with Him?
A fresh look at Psalms 23