When prayer is understood in the broadest sense of being in relationship with God and not just talking to God, it becomes possible to pray unceasingly.
Our spiritual enemy wants to keep us from prayer and will use our everyday struggles to distract and discourage us.
“Don’t listen to any names other than the ones God calls you.”
By Aubrey Sampson, author of the book Known
God is the only being whose speech cannot be separated from his acts.
“He is my rock, my strong fortress, he is close to the brokenhearted and near to those who are crushed in spirit.
“God’s Word doesn’t seem to order us to use human efforts to banish fear.
“Her initial intervention for me—just a name and a face—moved celestial mountains, making way for my future legacy of life.”
Are you burnt out on praying for our nation or discouraged by the current political landscape? Try these five ways to “always pray and never lose hope.
Excerpted from The Post-Quarantine Church by Thom Rainer
The early days of the quarantine were often filled with concern and confusion for church leaders.
Viewed through a scriptural lens, our prayers (or lack thereof) might be just as culpable for the troubled state of our nation as the actions and decisions of our leaders—if not more so.
When approached with intentionality and adequate structure, the Daniel Diet can produce unprecedented personal results.