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Passionate Pursuit

Ladies, join us every first Thursday of the month. Come and enjoy hors d’oeuvres, uplifting music and a transforming message as Natalie Nichols, founder of Shades of Grace Ministries, shares an encouraging word for your present need. Join us as Natalie leads us on a Passionate Pursuit to know Jesus and the power of God’s Word more intimately each day. Piney Woods Country Club 3001 US 59... read more

Fasting Day 7: Where is the Glory? (The Samuel Fast)

The 1859 revival is attributed to three things — three things, incidentally, that you and I are demonstrating today in the Concert of Prayer: Interdenominational unity – believers prayed at the nearest churches. Prayer – The revival came not through preaching, but through believers united in prayer, regardless of denominational affiliation. Laity – It began as a movement among... read more

Praying Second Timothy

As we pray in concert today, the topic of prayer is 2 Timothy 2:1-2: “Therefore I exhort first of all that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks be made for all men, for kings and all who are in authority, that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and reverence.” The Holy Spirit has led me to focus our prayers on people in two leadership positions: 1.... read more

Prayer for Revival Cannot Be Answered Until…

“The question arose whether this was not the real reason why our prayers for the powerful operation of the Holy Spirit could not be answered…” I have been deeply blessed by reading Andrew Murray on Prayer, a resource containing six books Murray wrote on the subject. The Holy Spirit has spoken to me through this book in countless ways—one of which occurred last Saturday as I was praying about... read more

Like a Trumpet

May God raise up men who will declare the transgression of His people. As I was praying and meditating this past week, the Holy Spirit gave me a clear word for us to pray in today’s Concert of Prayer. “Cry aloud, spare not. Lift up your voice like a trumpet and declare to My people their transgression.” Isaiah 58:1 As someone who oversees a ministry in the 21st century, I am well aware of the need... read more

How Do I Pray for Lost Loved Ones?

In today’s concert of prayer, the Holy Spirit is leading me to pray for those who do not know Jesus Christ. For a moving, real-life illustration of the need for your prayer and witness, see My surprise Visitor — I believe this post will motivate you in your prayer for the lost. One of the most helpful, encouraging personal accounts of prayer for lost souls is found in The 2959 Plan by Peter Lord.... read more

God Promised: Do I Still Pray About It?

The Holy Spirit woke me last Friday with Acts 9, the story of Saul’s conversion. As He opened the scriptures, I was struck by new things in this familiar story. Among them a principle the Lord has been driving home to me lately—that God-given promises and visions require prayer. Even when we respond in faith, confessing, believing, expecting God to act—prayer is still vital. As we pray in... read more

A Call to Anguish by David Wilkerson

A Call to Anguish by David Wilkerson will change your life!  I highly recommend that you listen to this powerful message.  You will never be the same!! God led me to A Call to Anguish this past summer and nothing in my life has been the same since. Nothing. Through it, the Holy Spirit set me on a path of spiritual growth and hunger that continues to increase exponentially day by day. I no longer view... read more

Holy Abandon

God gave me the following prayer, Holy Abandon, prior to the Concert of Prayer event on October 1st. I feel led of God to share it with you today. (I highly recommend listening to A Call to Anguish by David Wilkerson, which inspired a portion of the prayer. This message will change your life!) Holy Abandon Holy, holy, holy are You Lord God Almighty, who was, and is, and is to come. I give you glory, honor... read more

Lord, Teach Us to Pray

Have you ever wondered what prompted Jesus’ disciples to ask, “Lord, teach us to pray”?  They must have observed the connection between Jesus’ private prayer life and His public ministry.  No doubt they had awakened countless mornings to find Jesus still in prayer from the evening before.  When He prayed, they saw Heaven open and a power descend that they had never known. Can... read more
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