In times like we are in now, our eyes need to be on the Lord alone.
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What are you praying about today?
"This has not happened for 100 years, since Woodrow Wilson in World War I, and we've not had it since."
We are praying that the church will heed the warning of the darkness and flooding in Kansas City during the eclipse.
This Monday, Sept. 11, is the National Day of Prayer. Will you join the cry across the nation?
Can your exhaustion possibly be a good thing?
Significant eclipses, violent unrest and devastating natural disasters—it's time to pray.
Share this if you're in agreement with him!
"In light of Ezekiel 33:1-6 that commands a watchman to be faithful to warn others of the danger coming against the land, I feel compelled to issue the warning once again."
God is calling America to begin 40 days of prayer for repentance, unity in Christ and healing our land..
Anything in the world I would like to impact can be touched in my prayer life.
In Genesis 1:4, the sun, moon and stars are called signs for the appointed times.
It's harder to find God in the midst of a crisis, so make a habit of prayer when things are going well.
Could Psalm 122 be a prophecy about a future time when Jerusalem would need prayers for peace?
I hope you will read on, because the words that follow could possibly change your life and faith-walk also.
Looking at some Bible stories may help and encourage you.
It's time to turn things around.
Dick Eastman, leader of Every Home for Christ, offers these suggestions.
World War II stands as an example of the devastating effects of unforgiveness.
We have been warring and repenting. Today, let's rejoice and worship!