Joshua didn’t give a knee-jerk prayer. He looked for God’s heart, connected with Him there, and was awarded with his prayers answered. How can we apply this?
Abraham was intentional in his prayer and how He approached God and was awarded with his prayers answered. How can we apply this?
any of us will never work in ministry but in some secular job. How can we live in Babylon and still love God and find success?
Tim Keller is pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in NYC. He has written several books including his book on prayer. Here are several his prayer quotes.
God to me was not untrue, but rather irrelevant. I never rejected prayer. It just slipped off my radar screen. I turned to martial arts for my protection.
David’s love of God, his willingness to fight for God, his love for worship, are all common proofs for David being a man after God’s own heart. But, …
God can do everything on His own. He created the heavens and the earth without our help. Why should we pray? It is more than because He commands us too.
I love this story and love Dr. Bill Bright for living it out. He made one change which led to the creation of a tool that impacted millions of lives for Christ.
In our anger and unforgiveness, we often make unwise agreements that are more detrimental to us than the other person. This simple trick will help you change and make you smarter.
Sharing our faith reminds us of God’s truth applied to real people. And, those words reveal to us more of those good things God wants us to have as well.
People who die without Jesus will have made a terribly bad choice, but hell is a warning for Christians. It should compel us to tell of God’s love.
One of the biggest problems that people who don’t know God have with Him is figuring out how a loving God can send anyone to hell.