Our prayers are vitally important. When we study prayers in scripture, we most often look at the Lord’s Prayer. For this lesson we will look at another great prayer example from the book of Acts.
I have already posted a link to my music CD in this blog, but I wanted to share it again as part of my Christmas gift to everyone!
May God bless you richly, and may your heart be filled with joy as you celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ!
Click here and enjoy it.
May this Christmas season be a joyful time for you as you remember
God’s love and the love of Jesus who gave everything for us.
Some years ago, I contributed a Christmas medley to a CD prepared by our local church. I would like to share it here for your enjoyment.
God bless you!
There are many directions I could go as we approach Christmas, but I think a simple, peaceful holiday greeting is always the right plan.
My wife shared a video with me which touched my heart, and I hope it also brings you the same joy.
Words are powerful! Everything we say, and everything we hear affects us. Those things which get into our hearts alter our faith.
Do you know what God does? Do you know what he does not do? Many people think he is responsible for everything which takes place in life. As we will see, the scripture gives us clear instruction on the topic.
Those of us who are Christians are children of God! What does this mean? What will it mean in our future?
What is the mystery of Christ? Don’t guess, the scripture has the answer. Even after you read it, however, you will need the working of the holy spirit to enlighten your understanding.
Matthew chapter 21 gives us a rather unique look at PRAYER. Although we read two separate incidents, they are actually related in what they teach us.
James 5:16B tells us: The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.
But, are you righteous?