May our glorious Father give each of us the Spirit of wisdom and revelation so that we may know Him Better. May the eyes of our heart be enlightened in order that we may know: a) The HOPE to which He has called us; b) The RICHES of HIS glorious INHERITANCE IN US, His Holy people; … Continue reading Prayer for 2018
Jesus’ Promise of Power for Church Prayer Meetings Jesus promised us THE POWER OF PRAYER when we, His disciples gather to pray: as little as only two or three gather in Jesus name, He promised that He will be there in our midst. ANYTHING that gathered-believers AGREED TO ASK FOR, it WILL BE DONE for … Continue reading A Church Prayer Meeting That Rocked
I LOVE You Oh Lord I ACKNOWLEDGE Your Name I CALL Upon You Rescue me Protect me Answer me Be with me in times of trouble Deliver me Honor me Satisfy me Show me your Salvation Today seemed like one of those days that agents of troubles had gathered in a dark place to organize … Continue reading In Whom I Anchor My Life
Deep in our soul we all long for being known. Accumulating all the hurts of being rejected; being invalidated; being passed by; being made to feel invisible, not once, but over and over and over again, we gather up ourselves to work harder and tougher, hoping that one day we’ll vindicate ourselves by our accomplishments. … Continue reading The Joy of Being Known
It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery. Galatians 5:1 There is a picture that has been vivid in my spirit for a while. It was a picture of a prisoner sitting in his prison cell with … Continue reading Don’t Let Yourself!
I remember one of Graham Cooke’s quotes, paraphrasing: “In all situations and circumstances, it reveals: WHO GOD IS TO ME and WHO I AM IN GOD.” The truth of the matter is: God’s character does not change despite of our circumstances. Nothing can shrink the depth of the love of my Heavenly Father; the authority … Continue reading Resting Upon Him for Who He is to us
Another year has passed. The new year has come. If time is the currency of life, the finite quantity keeps shrinking as we progress through life. By default, “most lives are lived with passivity toward death (Paul Kalanithi, “When Breath Becomes Air”).” What is the alternative to this default? How to spend the remaining currency … Continue reading A Life Worthy #Prayer4DeepChange