Stop Being Stuck in the Mud

Stop Being Stuck in the Mud

One of my favorite praying people in the whole world was an elderly Pentecostal lady named Mamma Lena Cain. Before she went home to be with the Lord at 96 years of age, I asked her what the difference was between pray-ers in this generation and pray-ers in her generation. She said, “Well, we had the victory before we ever prayed, so we never prayed long.”

Pray-ers in her generation spent time in the Word. They spent time meditating on and talking about the promises and power of God. When they made their petition to God, they were already rejoicing. They knew the answer was theirs. They were laughing, shouting, and running when they came to the prayer room because they were already seeing and saying the outcome, which was good!

Most people these days don’t do that. In fact, they do the exact opposite.

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Three Things I Write in My Prayer Journal

Three Things I Write in My Prayer Journal

Recently, I shared with you why it is so important to keep a prayer journal. Today I want to share with you three specific things you can write down after you read the Word each day.

1. What did I learn from this passage?

2. What should I share with others?

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Continue to Pray for Israel

Continue to Pray for Israel

There is an atmosphere of calm in Israel after seven weeks of war and a barrage of 4,562 missiles. We are so grateful for your prayers throughout the past 50 days of “Operation Protective Edge.” During that time, we had testimonies of many miracles and saw the protecting hand of God over the Covenant Land and the Israeli people.Continue reading

Tips for Better Bible Reading, Part 2

Tips for Better Bible Reading, Part 2

In my last blog post, I shared some basic tips on different ways you can read the Bible. Today, I want to share a few more ideas that will help you make the most of your time spent reading the Word.Continue reading