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When we pray we do so in acknowledgment, obedience and faith. Pray the prayer of intercession, pray for somebody else. The prayers of the righteous availeth much.
The scriptures tell us that a faithful person will be richly rewarded. This teaching elaborates on what faithfulness is and is not.
There is a saying that I find extremely powerful and it goes like this, “The surest way to assure the triumph of evil, is for good people to do nothing”.
Blessed are.. ....the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of Heaven. (5:3) ....those who mourn: for they will be comforted. (5:4) ....the meek: for they will inherit the earth. (5:5) ....those who hunger and thirst for righteousness: for they will be filled. (5:6) ....the merciful: for they will be shown mercy. (5:7) ....the pure in heart: for they will see God. (5:8) ....the peacemakers: for they will be called children of God. (5:9) ....those who are persecuted for righteousness' sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. (5:10)
Religious tradition has taught us that it is often God's will for His people to experience disease, destruction, disaster, and demotion. This teaching explores what the Bible says is God's will for His people, that He wants us blessed, and why this understanding of God's will is vital for effective prayer.
Stop worshiping the creature more than the Creator. In order to get into the presence of God, you have to praise Him. You have to seek Him in order to praise Him. When praises go up, blessings come down. Praise Him for His Grace, Greatness and Goodness.
The message below was preached by Rob Willey, Senior Pastor at Harvest Bible Chapel Davenport, on June 7-8, 2014. The message came from Isaiah 58:1-14 and was titled "Stop Messing Around".
Marianne Billitt's preaches about “God's 7 appointed times"
Series: Journey Through the Bible. The goal is to help people understand the Bible - to get a start understand the importance of the complete Bible and encourage further study. This sermon continues with the Pentateuch - in particular, Deuteronomy. Theme: Covenant Renewal