mercy

The Lord’s Prayer for America

One day, Jesus’ disciples asked Him, “Lord, teach us to pray” (Luke 11:1). He then taught them what we call “The Lord’s Prayer.” Yet people today still wonder how to pray, even though the Lord’s Prayer has been recited for centuries. Could we have missed something? Did Jesus really mean for us to recite this…

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In Honor of Memorial Day 2021

See video version of this blog here. In our nation’s young life, it has seen a lot of war – 12 if you include the current war on terror, plus many domestic and international conflicts. The number of casualties is sobering. Here are just a few of the statistics: Nearly 7,000 U.S. troops have died in…

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How Can We Pray for America?

Before many of our current events took place, I wrote, “It’s time to get back to fervent, faith-filled, fruit-bearing prayer. Our families, our country and our world are at stake.” I had no idea just how “at stake” they were going to be. I’ve since written, “We need a prayerdemic!” We are living in turbulent…

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Prayer Is Not Cancelled!

It’s been a grueling year, hasn’t it? As though the virus and lockdowns weren’t enough, the presidential campaign has been just as disturbing. I know we’re all worn out. Perhaps we could use a little encouragement, and there’s no better place to find it than through prayer and God’s Word. There’s only one thing on…

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Prayerdemic Prayers – His Plan Is Not Cancelled

Albert Einstein observed, “The more I learn, the more I realize how much I don’t know.” This epiphany can be one of life’s many rude awakenings. And it certainly seems truer than ever these days – the more the media tells us, the more we don’t know. We become more confused and less informed. All…

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Prayerdemic Prayers – His Mercy Is Not Cancelled

God’s mercy is not cancelled – yet. As I referred to in my last blog, Messianic Rabbi Jonathan Cahn warns, “We are at a dangerous moment in our nation’s history. Will we return to God and His ways, or pass the point of no return?” What does it mean to pass the point of no…

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