Category Archives: agreeing in prayer

Prayer sayings & inspiration

Prayer is heartfelt connection with God that goes beyond words. Jesus is my PrayPal. We talk together all day long! Prayer is not Amazon Prime. It often takes more time. Prayer is scrappy. It embraces good & refuses to be … Continue reading

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Fasting, rebellion, evil & the will of God

Fasting is a spiritual discipline that can help you realign your will with God’s. In your daily war of wills, which will will usually win? Your will or God’s will? God’s will is not being done “on earth as it is in … Continue reading

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Church = Audience? Or Team?

Is a church service with only one speaker like a band with only one instrument? (That’s an oxymoron, isn’t it?) Jesus said: “New wine must be poured into new wine skins.” If we want the new wine of the Holy Spirit, perhaps … Continue reading

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Holding Hands In Prayer — It’s Not For Sissies.

Holding hands in prayer is not for sissies.  It is an amazing connect with the living God and His power. I grew up going to church but never saw people hold hands in prayer.  I think my church was too … Continue reading

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