The day this man received his healing was the right time, the right place, with the right people.
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.
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
“Jesus Christ loves the world and He loves the church, but there’s a special bread He feeds those who love Him in private. There’s a divine manna He reserves for those who extravagantly waste themselves in His presence.” - Mike Bickle
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 Walk Through the New Testament: Matthew Chapter 6, part 1
There is one particular element about the armor, however, that am realizing has been often overlooked or minimized, and I don't think I am alone. Mind you it is by far not the only piece but at the same time I believe we have minimized the value and importance of how this piece fits into the strategy overall
Loving Him - not the ministry or cause or our ability to serve or the recognition of our good works - just Him, is the gateway to all I need in life.
"For I am confident of this very thing, that He who began a good work in you will perfect it until the day of Christ Jesus." Philippians 1:6 NASB