The coronavirus crisis has proven that we are in an intense spiritual battle.
Jesus is consistently calling us to trust more, dream more and to risk more.
Every believer should learn to incorporate praying God's Word into their prayer arsenal.
We greatly rejoice with Jerusalem.
Just because the National Day of Prayer has passed doesn't mean we shouldn't constantly be on our knees for America.
It started in Virginia, and it's spreading.
Remember, prayer changes things.
"Your body is about to come into divine alignment. There is supernatural healing that has just been released."
Ever wonder why your prayers are hindered?
"Our Father and our God, we bow our heads to You in humility, understanding that we are not competent in and of ourselves to handle this kind of global calamity."
We will get through this because nothing is impossible for God.
AG General Superintendent Doug Clay will host a Facebook live prayer event on Friday, March 20.
"We have a window of time, and the purpose of that window is return and revival."
And I don't mean casual prayer.
Are you ready?
This beloved prayer of the church is found in Matthew 6:9-13 and Luke 11:1-4.
Don't think it is all about forcing spirituality and conviction down their throats.
Meanwhile, Twitter is mocking Mike Pence for having his team pray about the coronavirus epidemic.
The fact is, God is always speaking. The question is, are we in tune with His voice?
Read this amazing story of how a mother simply knew to pray diligently for her daughter on a particular day.