When you have an adventure of faith, the only assurance you have is the goodness of God. All of your safety measures will be removed. God will have to come.
God is not being tossed to the side waiting for a chance to get back into the discussion. He cares about our world. How do we prepare for God’s next season?
We’ve to get beyond asking for just comfort and pleasure if we want to have impactful prayers. This is a part of a sermon by Bill Johnson of Bethel church.
Given the response of many churches, we should question whether the church is essential. What’s going on and when will the church arise and become relevant?
God’s words to us are a lamp unto our feet and a light unto our path I believe that more than ever, the church needs to get a unified voice. WWG1WGA
When we look at this passage, we come away with the awareness that it is more than just prayer that gets God’s attention. There are four commands in this verse, and only one is to pray.
I will give you a sample healing prayer, but the power is not in the words; it is an expression of faith in a God that heals and wants to heal.
It is when we quiet our hearts we can hear the voice of God. He longs for a relationship with us and blessings us by speaking what He wants us to know.
There are things that God wants to do and things that He lets happen. And, the difference between them has a lot to do with prayer. God likes our faith.
In our need to have Him answer, we often feel we are alone and separated from Him. This hinders our prayers and adds to our anxiety in our time of need.
Surprisingly Job shows us an unthinkable path to Biblical prosperity. God’s heart is so toward reconciliation and forgiveness that He desires we do the same.
This is what Psalm 1 means for prayer. You see something God wants then pray for it to happen and ask God for why it might be hindered from you.