Those who beg to differ should read this—and our founding documents.
Look to Luke 10:19 when praying for others.
"When I hung up the phone, I just dropped to my knees and just started praising the Lord and just crying because I knew that it was Him answering my prayer."
His heart and His principles have not changed.
The police department apparently will be replaced with the 'people's department,' where the new leaders determine their own laws and will enforce them somehow.
"I want to let you know that the prayer you are praying ... it has power."
"When we begin to access that inner courtroom and that place of authority that God has given us ... that's when we begin to access keys and unlock things that only the Lord can unlock."
There have been more prayers going up to heaven than at any other time in history.
The coronavirus crisis has proven that we are in an intense spiritual battle.
Jesus is consistently calling us to trust more, dream more and to risk more.
Every believer should learn to incorporate praying God's Word into their prayer arsenal.
We greatly rejoice with Jerusalem.
Just because the National Day of Prayer has passed doesn't mean we shouldn't constantly be on our knees for America.
It started in Virginia, and it's spreading.
Remember, prayer changes things.
"Your body is about to come into divine alignment. There is supernatural healing that has just been released."
Ever wonder why your prayers are hindered?
"Our Father and our God, we bow our heads to You in humility, understanding that we are not competent in and of ourselves to handle this kind of global calamity."
We will get through this because nothing is impossible for God.
AG General Superintendent Doug Clay will host a Facebook live prayer event on Friday, March 20.