Category Archives: intercession

A Prayer Acrostic (Putting it together in prayer.)

Prayer acrostic P — Petition (Ask God.) R — Repentance (Turn from wrongdoing.) A — Adoration (Express love for God.) Y — Yieldedness (Surrender to God.) E — Earnestness (Go all out.) R — Results (See God work.) “My house … Continue reading

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My Top 10 Links For Revival In Nashville!

Cry Out Nashville was an awesome 4 hours of seeking God together with brothers and sisters from around Middle Tennessee! During the meeting someone shared that they had just googled for Nashville revival and only saw two posts about spiritual awakening … Continue reading

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17 Benefits Of Prayer Walking

Prayer walking with The Salvation Army Flag does many things: 1) It increases the amount of intercessory prayer for your neighborhood; 2) It helps you to understand the needs in your neighborhood; 3) It increases your love for the people … Continue reading

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Perhaps It’s Time To Cry Out To God

Cry Out Nashville was a prophetic event held in Cumberland Park, overlooking downtown Nashville, Tennessee, on Saturday, September 15, 2012. Christ-followers gathered to worship God and to cry out for spiritual awakening and revival.  God is wanting believers in Nashville … Continue reading

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Experiences Prayer Walking Around Dickerson Road In East Nashville

My wife and I have been regularly prayer walking with The Salvation Army Flag in the McFerrin Park Neighborhood of East Nashville and along Dickerson Road for 6 years.  We’ve had some amazing and exciting experiences.  Today she couldn’t come … Continue reading

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Does LP Field Have A Message For Nashville? Perhaps. (New Name = Nissan Stadium)

Besides Tennessee Titans’ NFL games, does LP Field have a message for Nashville?  Perhaps. Since I wrote this blog post, the name LP Field has been changed to Nissan Stadium. Nisan is a Hebrew word. It is the name of the first … Continue reading

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