Month: January 2016

prayer: love for Libya & Malaysia.

a journey to the heart

Jesus, thank you so much for your saving grace and how we find fullness of life in you. Thank you for being our savior, healer, friend, every answer to everything. We pray for Libya and Malaysia. We pray for these restricted nations. Jesus we pray that your will would be done in these nations. We pray that your gospel would spread like a wildfire over there and tug and take the hearts of these people and set them free in the truth. Lord have mercy on your children and bring them into the light of who you are. We pray that you would surround their hearts with your presence and flood them with grace, mercy, forgiveness, love, hope and all that you are Jesus. We pray that they would find refuge in you Lord Jesus. Thank you for all that you are, thank you for saving our lives from destruction…

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Living under the Reign of Jesus

Praying for the millennials

Yesterday as I listened to David Bryant saying, “We are living under the reign of Jesus…living in the reality of His spectacular Supremacy,” my heart rejoiced in a great way. How blessed and how secure we are when we remind ourselves that we do, in fact, live under the reign of Jesus because He has saved us.

As his message came to an end, I began praying and asking the Lord to enable me and all Christians to have a deeper desire to know something new about the Supremacy of  our Lord Jesus Christ every day.

I prayed for the power to follow Him more obediently by joining those who are actively reaching souls for Christ so that unbelievers will believe in Him and be saved and be awakened to the awesome Supremacy of Christ.

I hope this is your prayer as well.

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God’s Holy Spirit and man’s sin cannot live together peaceably


God’s Holy Spirit and man’s sin cannot live together peaceably; they may both be in the same heart, but they cannot both reign there, nor can they both be quiet there; for “the Spirit lusteth against the flesh, and the flesh lusteth against the Spirit;” they cannot rest, but there will be a perpetual warring in the soul, so that the Christian will have to cry, “O wretched man that I am! who shall deliver me from the body of this death?” But in due time: the Spirit will drive out all sin, and will present us blameless before the throne of His Majesty with exceeding great joy.

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