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?
In celebration of Pentecost!
In preparation for Pentecost, we read about Prayer In The Spirit.
This month, we read some scripture related to the sacrifice, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and what it accomplished for us.
In our March breakfast, we studied four verses of scripture concerning the topic of salvation. This is a clear and concise message for anyone interested in learning or teaching about how a person can be born again of God’s spirit.
In our February Prayer Breakfast, we read some scripture on the topic of Holy Spirit. As children of God, and joint-heirs with Jesus Christ, we have awesome power available to us.
I invite you to pick up your bible, turn up the volume and listen!
It seems like everyone makes resolutions at the beginning of each year. Therefore, I thought it would be beneficial for us to establish a spiritual theme at our first Prayer Breakfast.
I hope you will join us!
A few weeks ago, Donald Trump spoke at the ribbon-cutting of the newly revitalized historic post office in Washington, D.C.
In his closing comments, he shared his heart-felt desire and vision for our great country. He spoke of unity, prosperity and peace. It was one of the most gentle yet enthusiastic speeches I have heard him deliver.
I captured that portion of the message and encourage you to listen to it. It will take less than five minutes of your time, and I think you will find it worthwhile.