Posts Tagged ‘prayer’
In a prayer that preludes the very first chapter of his book, The Knowledge of the Holy, Aiden Wilson Tozer addresses God in accordance with the claims of biblical religion: “not the God of the philosophers and the wise but the...
Christians worldwide just celebrated the birth of Jesus. For many in the West this was a festive season marked by worship services, gift-giving and time with family and friends.
Don’t no. 2 So we move to the second don’t — the principle I apply in this journey called ‘life’ when facing a storm. It is never easy, but I have these “three don’ts and one be” that help me paddle through the storms whi...
How many Christians have prayed for someone, only to see their prayers go unanswered? How many have prayed and perhaps have “given up” because either they have become discouraged through a weakness of faith or have come to the...
We are in the concluding verses of John Chapter 17, where Jesus Christ is praying in the Garden of Gethsemane.
Jews from Manhattan to Mozambique held prayer vigils on Monday (Oct. 22) to protest the arrest and incarceration of an Israeli feminist as she was leading 250 American Jewish women in prayer at the Western Wall.
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Wembley stadium was overtaken by a wave of prayer and praise when over 32,000 gathered for the National Day of Prayer and Worship on Sept. 29.
We come to John Chapter 17. Jesus had spent that final evening with His disciples, at the conclusion of His final week on earth, when He had been teaching and sharing as much as they could absorb.
After two police officers were killed in Manchester this week, UK Christian leaders are calling on all churches across the country to hold a one minute silence this Sunday and to pray for all those affected by this tragedy.
Most of us flushed whatever physics we learned in high school from our memory on graduation day, however the same Sir Isaac Newton who once grieved us can actually help us answer the following question: What is the efficacy of ...