Tag: January 2016

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God’s People United In Prayer

Most everyone will agree that this world is in trouble and the only thing that is going to make a difference is divine intervention. God’s people uniting in prayer. God’s people have a responsibility to pray for our world leaders. “I exhort therefore, that first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks, be …

Seeking God’s Face

  You can tell a lot about how someone is feeling just by looking at that person’s face. An expression can reveal a person’s mood- happiness, sadness, anger or annoyance. Though various modern methods of communication are available such as cell phones, e-mail, texting, and video web chat, nothing compares with face-to-face communication. You are …

A Question of Healing

Most people, when faced with overwhelming trouble or sickness, have to go through it without a miracle. This is a sad, confusing reality. We hear stories of miracles and may have experienced them, but the truth is, a greater number of people do not experience the miraculous. Is healing arbitrary? Is God unjust? Before I …

Developing Prayer Ministry in the Local Church

  Jesus said, “My house shall be called the house of prayer (Matthew 21:13). What is a House of Prayer ministry? This type of church is dedicated to the belief that nothing of lasting Kingdom value will happen apart from communion with God. Leaders are praying people, with a measurable thirst of more of God …

The Devil Made Me Do It: Can A Christian Be Demon Possessed?

  Several years ago, some church youth returned home from summer camp, excited, yet apprehensive. Some were even terrified. Youth camps have historically been a reservoir for renewal and revival. So, there was great concern at the attitudes of these young believers. What caused such alarm? The campers had been taught that a Christian could …

Seeking the Lord Together

This month Church of God of Prophecy congregations on every continent will join together to seek God in prayer and fasting. People will seek God by denying themselves of food or other things that are important in their lives. They will come together to pray for their families, their congregation, their communities, and the world. …