Archive for the Warfare Category

Thursday, July 22nd, 2010

Prayer-odex

Prayer-odex

I have a very small wooden chest that is the perfect size to hold business cards.  That little chest is my prayer card box.  I took sheets of blank business cards and printed the names of people, groups and things that I wanted to pray for, a different name on each card.  I have actually […]

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

The Precious Privilege and Power of Prayer

The Precious Privilege and Power of Prayer

Are you praying?  If not, why not?  I believe if we honestly understood the power God has granted us through prayer, each of us would ravenously seek to wield that power.  Do you realize that through prayer you can actually alter the course of history?  Through prayer you can have command over time it self.  […]

Thursday, February 18th, 2010

The Art of War: WAR!

The Art of War: WAR!

We have been called to war! And I mean that both as a noun and a verb. Both in the sense that war is a place, an event we must step into and more importantly, an act in which we must engage. Where are you at warriors of Christ, my brother’s and sisters? Are you […]

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010

The Art of War: Promised Land

The Art of War: Promised Land

“Those whom God had redeemed from slavery in Egypt and with whom He had made a covenant at Mount Sinai responded not with faith , gratitude and obedience but with unbelief, ingratitude and repeated acts of rebellion, which came to an extreme expression in their refusal to undertake the conquest of Canaan.” I just read […]

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

Sweet Jesus?

Sweet Jesus?

Just now as I was praying I realized that I have a habit of constantly saying, “Sweet Jesus”. Is Jesus sweet? Well most definitely! Jesus is the Lily of the Valley, The Bright and Morning Star; He’s the fairest of ten thousand… Jesus is the Lamb of God, The Savior once for all He’s king […]

Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

Asahel

Asahel

I have read about Asahel before and I had always identified with him because he was fast. I loved track and I imagine that Asahel would have too. But when God guided me to identify with the death of Asahel I was, needless to say, quite confused. “Now Asahel was as fleet-footed as a wild […]