It Is Finished! by Olawale Ogunsola
When Jesus said "It Is Finished." on the cross, do you believe He had finished the required work to redeem mankind? So He will finish what He is doing about your life.
COME SPIRIT, GREAT AND HOLY!by SIXTUS ONYEANUSI
"The coming and richly dwelling of the Holy Spirit, that great and sweet Comforter of God is the hope of the Church's relevance on earth. To this end we pray with burden. And right now, the Church needs revival, the Great awakening that she slumbers no more.
O Come Spirit, Great and Holy! Come and make the dead alive.
O come, and Your Church revive
A Worthy Prayerby Abby Kelly
God doesn't need His ego stroked. He does not bend His ear to earth because we are radically devoted to Him. God bends low to hear us because of His love for us, his unwarranted, unprecedented, deadly, life-giving love.
"Nothing moves the hand of God like the love of God."
The Importance of Prayers In Maintaining Your Peace Of Mindby Ngozi Nwoke
The role of prayers in securing and maintaining your peace cannot be over-emphasized. A life without prayers is one full of troubles and that will soon be terminated. A prayerful person knows better not to play with his prayer time since experience has taught him that he rules over the devil on his knees. This article emphasizes the importance of prayer in maintaining your peace of mind.
When You Don't Know What To Sayby Abby Kelly
Most of the time, true to my female gender, I'm quite well supplied with things to say. However, there are those moments in prayer when I'm uncomfortably tongue-tied.
Last Prayerby Jan Hughes
If you were in your last moments before death, with an unsaved friend by your side, what would be your last prayer? Would you pray for the truth of Jesus Christ to be revealed to your friend?
The Forgotten Prayer - Part 2by Deborah Brunt
We who call God "Father" have the greatest ability to honor his name - and the greatest ability to trash it. What does God do when his children do not hallow, but rather profane, his name?
Praying for God - Part 2by Deborah Brunt
Long before Jesus walked the earth, King Asa of Judah demonstrated the kind of praying Jesus taught in the Lord's Prayer. Facing a dire situation, Asa prayed to God, for God.
The intersection was busy and it seemed like it was taking forever for the lights to turn green. She only had a few minutes to pick the kids up, drop them off with the baby sitter and head back to work. 'I should never have turned off at this exit; Exit 9 wouldn't have been this busy'.