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The first mention is of the Master and it describes the very function of Jesus in prayer…. Just select your click then download button, and complete an offer to start downloading the ebook. Just select your click then download button, and complete an offer to start downloading the ebook. Welcome to Christianbook. April Jesus receives her extravagant gift as good and beautiful, but also as timely.
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Be the first to write a review About this product. What does God feel about you? No matter what you have done, God wants you to know that His love is very deep.
It will awaken a stronger devotion to God-and a passion for Jesus. He continues to speak at conferences and events all around the world. Additional Product Features Foreword by. Show More Show Less.
Any Condition Any Condition. See all No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write a review. Best Selling in Nonfiction See all. Blue Book of Gun Values 40 40th Edition. Sabatine Ringbound, Revised Edition, The Book of Enoch by Enoch , Paperback God even commanded David to call the kings of Israel after him to establish night-and-day worship in their generation 2 Chronicles Jesus began His public ministry in a prayer meeting in the wilderness Matthew 4 and ended it in a prayer meeting in the garden of Gethsemane.
The Church began in a prayer meeting in the upper room Acts 1—2 and will end natural history in context to a global prayer movement. We have gained significant ground in our pursuit of this divine mandate in coordination with many other sectors of the Body of Christ.
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We celebrate our partnership with the missions movement and all that God is doing to expand His family and kingdom on the earth. We are very grateful for our partnership with YWAM—to cover this amazing ministry in prayer as they go forth to the nations to proclaim the fame of the name of Jesus.
In the last few months, the Lord has given us fresh understanding and energy: new ideas and new ways to mobilize, equip, and relationally connect with many people across the nations. These are still unfolding, so we look forward to discussing them in more detail in the weeks and months to come. The year is truly shaping up to be one of rare clarity and renewed vision. With 36 years of rich and powerful prophetic history related to what He is doing in Kansas City, God is showing us afresh how far-reaching His plans are—far beyond our place in the city.
From Kansas City to wherever you find yourself reading this, we are all a part of the great story of God. More to the point, we must never forget that at the highest level, this gigantic story line is wrapped up in massive global outpouring of the Spirit, the salvation of Israel, and the return of a Jewish man, Jesus, to rule the nations from Jerusalem.
For many years, our prophetic history and story line were exciting to me because I thought that they indicated a fundamentally different kind of Christianity than the boring, simple, mundane church experience I had observed. At age 64, I view these remarkable events quite differently now.
Our compelling prophetic history was never so we could be a special place but so we could give a clear, focused, and specific call—the urgent call to walk out biblical Christianity now, become anchored in mature love, persevere and prevail in living faithfully.
The little things are big things. God wanted us to be a people of deep consecration, devotion, and love.
These things are worth giving our lives to believe for and to birth in prayer. These themselves have been overlooked by many, but I assure you the Lord will highlight them in a dramatic way in the days ahead. Yet none of these things stand in isolation from the greater purpose. Ultimately, this glorifies Jesus because it puts His beauty and worth on display for all the nations to behold, amidst great wonder and perplexity.