We need to understand that only He is worthy and it is on that basis that we can come unto God.
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The tipping point is a moment when an idea, trend or social behavior crosses a threshold, tips and spreads like wildfire.
The vast majority of people in America believe in the power of prayer. As the late minister James Edwin Orr once said, "No great spiritual awakening has begun anywhere in the world apart from united prayer."
It is out of the overflow of what we have received with Him that we can pour into the lives of others.
Many have come to see prayer as nothing more than crying out to their Heavenly Lifeguard when they are drowning in their daily circumstances. What about you?
God is going to ask us to pray some radical things this year, things that may have us thinking, "Can God really use me in this way?"
Many times the fate of the world is not in the hands of governors or kings, but in the hands of mighty intercessors.
If we pray these things, who knows if the Sunday after Easter will be even better than the harvest of Easter itself?
Prayer is not simply for "super Christians."
Dutch Sheets says one of the things he hears the Lord saying is that in this new season, we must pray differently. Find out what he means.
Complacency is an observable sign of a disconnect.
Do these apply to you or people you know?
This one's a winner every time.
Kevin Senapatiratne from Christ Connection tackles this challenging scenario.
When the corporate mind changes, the behavior of that nation changes.
Here are the secret ingredients to a recipe for powerful prayer.
If you feel like your prayer life isn't going anywhere, check this out.
If we as Christians accept the evil of this world as both inevitable and beyond our control, we lose our desire to fight it.
Acts chapter 4 gives us a powerful picture of this.
In this video devotional, Christian author and pastor Jamie Buckingham explains how and where Jesus prayed, and how we ought to pray.