Posts Tagged ‘prayer’

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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Do You Need a Praycation?

Do You Need a Praycation? Who doesn’t need a reprieve from all the news lately? Who would not like to run away and stick their head in the sand right about now? I admit, I can get quite caught up in it all. I research everything, and it can be a bit disturbing as I…

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Shielded

Video version of this blog here. Our grandkids’ recent squirt gun competition in our pool quickly turned into a water bucket battle. They ditched the squirt guns and began throwing pails of water at each other, all in fun. They played two against one – ten-year-old Jayden against five-year-olds Carson and Maya. I guess they…

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Prayerdemic Prayers – Holiness is Not Cancelled

Please join me in praying this scriptural prayer for America. Let’s agree together in prayer for repentance, revival and restoration. We quote 2 Chronicles 7:14 often. Let’s be sure we have truly repented, and pray that others will truly repent as well. For God calls us to holiness, as He is holy (1 Peter 1:16).…

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Prayerdemic Prayers – Hope Is Not Cancelled!

Let’s have a prayerdemic! Please join me in praying this scriptural prayer for America and the world, for He is the hope of all nations (Matthew 12:21). Let’s agree together in prayer for repentance, revival and restoration. Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord. Psalm 33:12   Heavenly Father, thank You that you…

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While You Were Sleeping…

From virus to riots to government scandals, many may be questioning, “God, where are you?” But maybe the question is where we have been. I wonder, has the enemy been using what’s comfortable in our lives to lull our soul to sleep? Could we have made it easy for the enemy to advance against us…

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Bread and Water, Please.

What’s your favorite fresh bread at a restaurant? Mine used to be at Longhorn Steakhouse, before I had to go gluten free. Warm, honey wheat bread with soft, sweet butter. Yum! (Sorry if I’m making your mouth water.) One bite will have you craving more. You just can’t stop eating it. And they’ll bring all…

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Don’t Forget to Remember

According to an article in Psychology Today, we remember what we want to. That’s hard for me because I’m very forgetful. I always have been. My ADD brain is usually thinking of a hundreds of things at once, so it can take a while for me to get through the haystack in my mind. I’m…

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Pursuing Prayer Proactively

“There’s a satanic lullaby here,” a Christian Iranian wife said. “All the churches here are sleepy.” But she wasn’t talking about the churches in Iran. Surprisingly, the church in Iran is the fastest growing church in the world. Yes, you heard that right. According to an article on godreports.com, “Fastest Growing Church Has No Buildings…,”…

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