Category Archives: A Life of Prayer

LIVING the Word

It is a wonderful experience when you are basking in the presence of the Lord during one of those “Mountaintop” experiences. However, there is a big danger of failing to follow what the Lord has revealed. I say that because, … Continue reading

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Our Times of Prayer

I don’t believe most of us can comprehend what the Spirit of God has given us. Oh, sure, we love the person of our Lord Jesus and are drawn to Him and deeply admire the work He has done in … Continue reading

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Decisions, Decisions

Charles Stanley recently wrote: Every believer must choose whether he will live by the principle of obedience or follow his preferences. When a person commits to doing the Lord’s will, then every situation and decision is sifted through the standard … Continue reading

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Why Pray?

As you know, I continually encourage you to begin an active prayer life. I do this because it is truly the most important aspect of our relationship with our Father. You question that? Imagine you meet the most wonderful mate, … Continue reading

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An Observation from “My Utmost For His Highest”

In the early days of our faith, we really didn’t know anything. We had heard about the Lord and came running. But we were like children. Impetuous, naïve, unsophisticated, innocent, preoccupied. Can you think of other superlatives? Well, I am … Continue reading

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Trained and Prepared

I was thinking about what it would take to remain victorious in any battles we might face. I turned to the books of Chronicles where I found a wonderful description of what would be required: “Some men left Gad to … Continue reading

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Who Will Answer?

If there is an ache in your heart, an emptiness that you can’t seem to fill, don’t try to resolve it with a bunch of activity. You know, running around from conference to conference, brambling around various YouTube videos or … Continue reading

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