Though Christians often pray, they are rarely the bold prayers of intercession. Maxie Dunnam urges the church to reconsider.
Most gracious God, by whose knowledge the depths are broken up and the clouds drop down the dew: We yield thee hearty thanks and praise for the return of seed time and harvest, for the increase of the ground and the gathering in of its fruits, and for all other blessings of thy merciful providence bestowed upon this nation and people.
Even when we pray for God to help us love someone, are we not really praying for God to change that person and make him or her easier to love? But what if I am the one in need of a change? Patricia Taylor shares insight on loving others in the midst of disagreement.
When our souls, like Christ’s, are overwhelmed with sorrow to the point of death, we do not necessarily pray like Jesus.
As the new school year begins, John Page asks a prayer of blessing from God for students, parents, and teachers embarking on an unparalleled start to the year.
Pete Greig writes an honest book about unanswered prayer to help anyone who is hurting find a little comfort and a few answers.
The essential first step to opening up heaven’s doors is to acknowledge that we actually have the keys to those doors in our possession.
Prayer is like twisting the key in the door of heaven and watching God’s interventions pour forth upon the earth.
There is a power of evil is to be contended with and confronted.
In this day of salvation, we have all been born into a perpetual spiritual conflict.