It is very easy to remember to pray for ourselves, and there is nothing wrong with that. However, our discipleship is to have a focus on others. We need to be part of a community of pray for others in our local church. This body prays for those they know well and for God to bless its ministers to teach them.
One of the greatest blessings that we will find when we talk with God regularly is that we are joining in a battle the God is already fighting for us!
Mary was only human.
The handwriting on the wall that you may be looking for is normally not good news! Just ask Belshazzar.
We ought to love and help others and we would want them to show mercy and grace to us. When we do this, we are fulfilling law the and prophets. We love God by loving others.
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God’s people can and should be private prayer all day long. The metaphor of a closet shows us that no one can tell when we are praying!
I believe that Jesus intended for us to focus on our private discipleship in order to fulfill our mandate as the light of the world.
This edition of Triumphal Feast concludes the message "Paul's Prayer." In this sermon, we see the beautiful design that God has for His church. He gives each pastor a heart to care for and feed the flock over which he is called to shepherd. In church, the Bridegroom gives His Bride the words of comfort and hope to face the present evil world.
In this message from the expository series on the Letter to the Ephesians, Elder Bryce describes God’s design for the pastor of a local church. It is through the local church, with God guiding an undershepherd, that He feeds His children. God gives the man a heart for the people he pastors so that he will be willing and able to teach the things they need the most in their lives.