In the songs from the book of Revelation you will find a wealth of insight, hope, encouragement and power, as well as remarkable use of language that will enrich your prayer life.
Worthy is our Lord Jesus Christ! This article provides 30 Scriptures you can pray from your Bible about the person and character of the Lord Jesus. Ask the Holy Spirit to lay them as a foundation of faith in your heart, mind and spirit.
God gives each one of His children the privilege to take part in the great task of building His Kingdom. Every believer in Christ has a role to play and we can all make a difference in our communities.
Meditating on the Word will become a time that you will treasure every day. Meditation is focussed repetition of Scripture verse(s) or phrase(s) with the focus on gaining a deeper understanding or revelation of God’s intention for you, or just simply of the verse/phrase itself.
When one parent has to take all the responsibility of caring for children, it requires massive adjustments and a host of coping skills. How do you pray for yourself and your children as a single parent?
While people honestly want to spent time with God, they simply just do not know where to start and what to do. In this article we provide some practical guidelines to help you spend the desired time with the Lord.
It is important to understand that as priests of God, all Christians are now called to priestly intercession. Jesus is our great High Priest. As a priest, His role is that of intercessor and we would do well to emulate Him.
Having a miscarriage or having a stillborn baby, is devastating. After such an event a woman may enter a time of deep sadness and even depression. We have a look at what and how we can pray for these grieving women.
Is one prayer position better than another? Scripture does not really recommend a specific prayer position, but it does identify some distinct physical prayer positions of different people in the Bible.
Some aspects of salvation and the terminology used can be complicated. This is the second article in our 2-part series providing brief summaries of these sometimes complicated terms.
Some aspects of salvation and the terminology used can be complicated. In a 2-part series we provide brief summaries of these sometimes complicated terms. In this first article the focus is on sin, iniquity and transgressions.
The Bible is filled with examples of many different types of prayers and uses different words to describe the practice. For example, 1 Timothy 2:1 says, “First of all, then, I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for all people.”