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How can we keep our perspective set on God in the midst of everyday life circumstances and times of spiritual warfare?
James 5:16 says it all: "The effective, fervent prayer of a righteousness man accomplishes much.
Mike Bickle writes that the love burning in God's heart has at least five expressions—ones that radically change how we view our lives and how we understand salvation.
An emerging movement is growing under a white banner with an evergreen tree and the words "An Appeal to Heaven." But this prayer and awakening movement is already seeing resistance from the U.S. government.
Prayer is a high calling and an amazing privilege. In the first of a series of excerpts from his book, Growing in Prayer, IHOPKC Director Mike Bickle explains exactly why God calls every believer to a life of prayer.
Franklin Graham is saying what most politicians, pastors, news pundits and others refuse to say: Islam is not a religion of peace.
Revivalist Joe Joe Dawson offers keys to more intimate, more effective personal prayer.
"As I've sat in doctors' waiting rooms and laid in bed for many months, that call to take Jesus to every sacred place burns in me ..."
Aren't we acting like Jesus if we heap coals of fire on and pray for anyone who treats us badly?
"It is nothing less than a living proclamation of God's everlasting promises, His destiny for us, and His hope for America."
Despite protests, revival-minded Christians gathered to cry out for spiritual awakening in America this weekend.
"He must be supported by much prayer at this time as he courageously speaks the truth in love."
"It was given to us to partner with the Spirit and play a critical role in the events that unfolded around us."
Certainly praying for the sick is scriptural, especially for those in the church, but isn't it interesting that in the gospels and Acts no one did so? What does this mean?
Our world seems to be falling apart. Can we as God's people stand firm? Watch Doug Stringer answer.
If you want a more powerful and consistent prayer life, listen to some tips from Mike Bickle.
"The goal is: prayer. United prayer. Fervent prayer. A nation, and the nations, joined in prayer."
The general superintendent is getting into agreement with COGIC leaders and setting aside the first week in January for prayer. Find out why.