You are not Alone

Don’t stop communicating, either with people or with God. Don’t cut yourself off by isolating yourself. Loneliness and isolation will only pervert you’re thinking. Keep your balance by continuing to interact normally while undergoing a crisis.

Many people find that when they talk to the Lord in the midst of a crisis, they are so tense, they find it difficult to hear from Him. Others have simply never learned to hear from God at all, and stress only makes it worse. If you need to talk, go to your pastor or a godly counselor who is trustworthy and full of the truth of God’s Word. If you don’t screen those you speak with, and you tell them everything that’s in your heart, your “comforters,” like those of Job, may seem sympathetic, but often their advice will be based on their own personal perspective or prejudice, not God’s truth.


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Guide My Path

Lord, I ask that You would guide my path today and, more specifically, my thoughts, words, and actions. In Jesus’ Name AMEN


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Prayer of Confession

 
Father. I thank You for the blood of Jesus that cleanses me from all my sin. I come before You in the name of Jesus and ask to be restored to a right relationship with You and my brothers and sisters in Christ.

Father, Your Word says that if I confess my sin, You are faithful, forgive me, and cleanse me from all unrighteousness. 

Knowing that I can draw near to You with a true heart in full assurance of faith, having my heart sprinkled from an evil conscience and my body washed with the pure water of your word.

Be gracious to me. Father. Blot out my transgression. Wash me thoroughly from this iniquity and cleanse me from my sin. It is only against You, Lord, that I have sinned and done what is evil in Your sight. I ask Your forgiveness.
 
 

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Sanctification

 

 
Sanctification means turning away from evil and moving toward the things of God with all your heart. It is not a one-time event. Moreover, it is an ongoing process, we have to choose Christ.

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Guidelines for Hearing the Voice of God

  • Bind the voice of the enemy. When you pray, Satan will try to interfere. So, before you start to pray, bind his voice. Do this in the name of Jesus. Then trust the Holy Spirit. He will lead you and guide you into ALL truth. (Matt. 16:19; John 14:26; 15:26,27; 16:13-15; Jas. 4:7,8; 1 Pet. 5:8,9.)
  • Submit your own will and reasoning to the Holy Spirit. Your own will and reasoning often get in the way of what the Spirit of the Lord wants to share with you or communicate to you. Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. (Ps. 119:104,125; Prov. 3:5; 16:3; 1 Cor. 2.14-16; Jas. 4:7,8.)
  • Turn off your own problems. This isn’t always easy, but it is necessary to have proper communication. Concentrating on your own problems forms a “static” that can interfere and bring confusion, causing a mixture of interpretations. (PSs. 37:5; 42:5; 43:5; Prov.3:5; 14:30; Isa. 26:3; Phil. 2:4; 4:6,7; 1 Pet. 5:7.)
  • Give your undivided attention to God’s Word. Focus your mind on what He is saying; hearing is passive, while listening is active. This will require mental effort and attention. Satan will fight you on this because the more revelation of God’s Word you have, the more threat you will be to the kingdom of darkness. (Ps. 37:7; Prov.4:4.20,23; 1 Cor. 2:10-12; 2 Cor. 10:5.)  
 

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How to Pray for Results

 
 
 
 
 

How to Pray for Results

  • Begin your prayer with what you know are the obvious facts. Pray the Word and the precious promises of the Word given to you as His child.
  • Always let the Holy Spirit be in charge. Remember, you are just a soldier in the Army of God. Jesus is your “Commander in Chief.” Let the Holy Spirit set the facet or the burden. Do not rely on your own insight.
  • Pray and sing with understanding in your native tongue; also pray and sing in the Spirit.
  • Pray in faith, expecting divine intervention. Pray in confidence.
  • Take time to listen. It is an essential part of communication and one of the keys to successful mediation.
  • Keep praying until the answer comes. Before moving on, wait until the Holy Spirit assures you that the task is accomplished.
  • Flexibility and speed of response are often critical to victory. The only obedience that impresses God is instant obedience. Delayed obedience is disobedience!
  • Meditate on the Word—renew your mind. Make sure all sin is under the blood of Jesus and that you are not harboring unforgiveness in your heart.

 

 


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The Key to Spiritual Warfare

 

The Key to spiritual warfare

For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. (Ephesians 6:12) not recognize the enemy. The Key to victory in both biological and spiritual warfare is to clearly identify the enemy and to understand his character and methods.

 

 


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His Glorious Spirit will Rest Upon You

When you are insulted, for God’s sake, His glorious Spirit will rest upon you.

 


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HAPPY BIRTHDAY RACHEL WELLS


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Prayer and Intercession Part 3

 

Praying in the Spirit has a definite meaning. Although you do not understand what you are praying for, God does:  There are, perhaps, a great many kinds of languages in the world, and no style is without meaning 1 Cor. 14:10.


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