Tag Archives: Prayer

Is God a Stranger In the Land?

In most parts of our land, it is to be feared that God is a stranger, and like a wayfaring man who turns aside to tarry for a night. What are the reasons why God is such a stranger in this land? Continue reading

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Growing in Assurance of Faith

Be persuaded that God wants you to find assurance by resting in Christ by faith! Continue reading

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Have You Been With Jesus Today?

The question we must ask ourselves today is this, “when the world looks at me, do they recognize that I have been with Jesus?”   Continue reading

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Struggling to Pray

Why should that which destroys the strongholds of the enemy come easy to us? Why should we expect bending our knee and bowing our head to our Sovereign Lord to come naturally to stiff-necked rebels?  Prayer is difficult work.  Continue reading

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Prayer Changes Things

One shouldn’t expect someone who denies the knowledge of a real and personal God to uphold the power of prayer…  As intellectual as Tyson is, he is blinded by the veil of sin in this world (2 Cor 3:14),  but ever the ultracrepidarian, he boasts of that of which he cannot know.  Continue reading

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My daily bread…

What is your daily bread?  What is it you need, that only God can provide?   Continue reading

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Luther’s Prayer at Worms

“O God, O God! O thou, my God! Help me against the wisdom of this world.” Martin Luther Continue reading

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