Why God Hates Censored Prayers

Censored prayers make God vomit. That’s my description of censored prayers. If you take that description, then this follows:  God is vomiting all the time. Why? Because Christians can’t seem to stop praying these censored prayers to Him and so He has to vomit them. God hates censored prayers because:   1. They are not […]

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THE PASTORAL MINISTRY OF SHAKING HEARTS

I am writing to respond to a blog post entitled, The Pastoral Ministry of Shaking Hands, written by Pastor H. B. Charles Jr. which was recently shared on Tim Challies blog.  I reluctantly read it with caution because it touches on a topic that I have been wrestling with issue for a number of years. […]

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10 Things to Pray for Your Wife via Jonathan Parnell – Desiring God

[Download a new print-version (PDF) of “10 Things to Pray for Your Wife.” You can also get lock-screen versions for your iPhone4 or iPhone5.] Our hunger for God will not be confined to our closets. As we know him and delight in all that he is for us in Jesus, our joy in him reaches beyond personal experience on a quest […]

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The People Who Actually Make A Difference

The people who make a difference are those who are different.  The non-conformist type, you know!  Those whom everyone hates and loves at the same time.  They thrive best when swimming against the stream NOT when they are simply going with the flow.  Do you know anyone like that?  

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Spiritual Leadership

Spiritual Leadership is not won by promotion, but by prayers and tears. It is attained by much heart-searching and humbling before God; by self-surrender, a courageous sacrifice of every idol, a bold uncompromising, and uncomplaining embracing of the cross, and by an eternal, unfaltering looking unto Jesus crucified. This is a great price, but it […]

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BEFORE THEY CALL, I WILL ANSWER

I came across this very interesting true story written by Helen Roseveare who was a missionary to Africa for many years.  I hope that you will enjoy it and be blessed: One night, in Central Africa, I had worked hard to help a mother in the labor ward; but in spite of all that we […]

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Pray for Your Pastor Often

Tim Challies on his blog recently wrote about this very topic.  As a young and inexperienced pastor, I couldn’t agree more.  I often remind the congregation that the Lord has entrusted to me of this very thing.  And I am thankful that they do this often. The Apostle Paul often asked the mission churches that […]

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