While a ninety-six percent on a college English paper is a satisfying result, that grade is still a convicting failure in the eyes of the law. Fortunately for us, Jesus fulfilled the letter of the law to every iota and still bore the torment intended for us in order to purchase our redemption.
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This is an amazing excerpt from the eloquent Leonard Ravenhill and his book, “Why Revival Tarries”, on the do-or-die importance of your prayer life as a Christian. Read this every day, if needed, to be reminded of your need to pray, every day!
You’ve no doubt heard the Lord’s Prayer. You’ve probably even prayed the Lord’s Prayer many times. But have you ever really looked at how Jesus teaches the Lord’s Prayer and considered why and what it means for your prayers?
We begin a series of posts that help us practically examine our lives and the realities that cause us to veer into “worldliness” even though our mouths, and hopefully hearts, would claim to love Christ. This begins with what we’re doing, or not doing, in regards to feeding our minds and souls daily.
God’s reach of grace is not hindered by your past, nor is it shortened on account of your sin…even for terrorists. It’s understandable to hate, fear, and pray against what ISIS is doing. But, what if we as believers were praying FOR the people of ISIS? What could that do?
Quote from Hudson Taylor on the motivational relationship of prayer and work in a man’s life.
What is the role of a pastor during the week? First and foremost, the life of the minister is the life of an Intercessor. Ministry starts on our knees.