Crafted Prayer & James.
New Courses – 7:30pm 18th, 25th February & 10th, 16th March.
DON’T FORGET THE COURSE THIS WEEK IS TODAY, WEDNESDAY 16TH MARCH
The time has come for a new way of prayer. Paradoxically, this new method is actually an ancient way of prayer, one in which God’s faithful servants like David and Paul flourished. I call it crafted prayer, and this course will teach you how to make it a part of your life. The miracles I have seen as a result of crafted prayer are too numerous for me to record. There is such a joy in being able to pray exactly what God wills for a person, and seeing His answer unfold before your very eyes. This type of prayer can transform Christians from living in a persistent widow mindset (Luke 18:1–8) into living in joyous, bride-like intercession. Allow me to explain.
Real warfare in the Kingdom of God is always concerned with the battle for intimacy. This is a time to come off the battlefield and enter a new place of intimate petition. As we learn to become conformed to God and His nature, and be transformed in our minds and personalities, He will teach us to look beyond the natural into the supernatural realm and see the Kingdom of Heaven at work in every need.
Let us pray that a revelation of the Lord’s love for us would fill our hearts, that we may come into a whole new place of spirituality, a whole new place of walking with Him, where we will be convinced that God loves us, cares for us and is for us and that He wants us to succeed. Amen!
What would it take for you to believe that your brother; the one that you grew up with; ate and played with; was actually the Son of God; the Messiah; the Anointed One?
It had to be a deep revelation from God and personal experience of the risen Saviour.
James, the brother of Jesus, was Bishop of Jerusalem and considered by Paul as equal with Peter and John as his overseer in his ministry. James’ teaching and leadership saw the early church through persecution, false teachers and phenomenal growth.
Join us as we explore James’ practical teaching. The most talked about epistle in the history of the church shows us that:
- faith that is alive is found through a life lived for other people
- faith that is alive is forged through perseverance
- faith that is alive is expressed though spoken truth
- Let us bear good fruit from a life worth living.
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