Do you want to improve your prayer life? Most Christians do, but they do not know how.
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We remember the pain from the images seared into our national conscience of that day, our lives being forever changed.
This year's final Teshuvah prayer time is also the beginning of the Shemitah, the Jewish year of Sabbath rest for the land and release of debts.
As little as five minutes a day can change your life in the long run.
Beginning with Aug. 31 and continuing through Sept. 9, we are praying for the restraint of evil and the healing of our land.
Don't be fooled into thinking racism isn't a problem in the church.
Sometimes, with misdirected zeal, we can even be found praying contrary to God's will.
It's a shame so many Christians feel awkward to speak in tongues nowadays.
How do you know if you're actually praying?
When bad things happen, we ask why God isn't intervening. But we are missing the powerful role that we play and the effects of our collective decisions.
The body of Christ is divided and broken. God is calling us to a posture of repentance.
We must challenge the legalized bloodshed that fuels witchcraft across the whole nation.
Don't give up or give in to the taunts and torment of the enemy.
It all starts with this elemental truth.
Do you want to see miracles? You have to learn how to pray.
It's OK to have people pray for you or to ask somebody to agree with you in prayer, but you should also learn how to pray for yourself.
Yes, we need a spiritual breakthrough in America.
"Sometimes in our darkest times, we must choose to enter the presence of God despite how we feel."
This kind of praying takes us beyond ourselves.
"There is a God who speaks, and the truth is He's speaking all the time ... but I think God most often speaks in a whisper."