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At Jericho Walls we are passionate about equipping believers with resources that will take them deeper in their prayer life. God has called us to unceasing prayer for all people and in all circumstances. He wants us to mature spiritually and to take up our place as prayer warriors for the advancement of His kingdom.  The resources we provide will equip you with practical ways to grow in your prayer life and with inspiration to realise the impact God wants to effect through your prayers. Our resources are available in a number of different languages so more people can be equipped. Use the search function at the top of this page to find the articles that you are looking for.
Pray for your wife

Pray for your wife

Do you sometimes think what it would be like to have a fresh start in your relationship with your wife? You can start to pray for her and your relationship right now.

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Reflecting His glory

Reflecting His glory

The word ‘glory’ means very great praise, honour, or distinction bestowed by common consent. To live a life that glorifies God is the most wonderful privilege given to man.

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Men can say “No”

Men can say “No”

When men live pure and holy lives according to God’s standards, it is reflected in their marriages. It makes their families holy, it spills over into their congregation and influences their workplace, and ultimately also society.

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Embracing the Desert Season

Embracing the Desert Season

Every person experiences desert seasons in their lifetime, both physically and spiritually. How do we endure our desert seasons in a way that is pleasing to our Lord?

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Practical prayerwalking ideas

Practical prayerwalking ideas

The desire for people to do something practical while praying for their community is a valid one. Not everyone likes sitting down and praying through a list. We have put together prayerwalking ideas that can be used to saturate communities with prayer.

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Praying for teachers

Praying for teachers

Being a teacher is one of the most challenging careers anyone can choose to follow. Teachers often have to deal with difficult classroom situations, while they themselves sometimes experience problems in their personal lives.

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Facing the holiday season

Facing the holiday season

A few days ago, I stepped into an elevator with a lady who immediately started talking to me: “I’m on my way to my room now. I am going to sit there until this is over! Because I have no money…” How do we survive the festive season?

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Let them know that they are not alone

Let them know that they are not alone

Mental health has been stigmatised to the extent where people are ashamed to talk about depression, anxiety or contemplating suicide. Pray for those suffering from depression and suicidal thoughts, and let them know that they are not alone.

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The significance of Christ’s coming

The significance of Christ’s coming

Jesus’ first coming to earth and His life here was marked by the fulfilment of many prophecies. The one prophecy and promise by Jesus Himself that believers are expectantly waiting for, is His return.

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Opposed for following Christ

Opposed for following Christ

We can easily lose sight of the opposition many Christians face from their own families, their circle of friends and workplace even in countries where there is religious freedom and where Christians are in the majority. How can they remain standing?

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The authority of the Bible

The authority of the Bible

People have subjected the Word of God to innumerable attacks. It has been burned, discredited, questioned, and made suspect; yet the Word is still standing. People come and go, but the Word remains forever.

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Desperate prayers

Desperate prayers

Desperate prayer is like someone drowning, gasping for air. It is to grasp at God with hope – on the basis of His character, His promises, the blood, the cross, His covenant, His invitation and His throne of grace.

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How to discern open and closed doors

How to discern open and closed doors

There are several Biblical principles by which we can discern, through the help of the Holy Spirit, whether an open door before us is within the will and purposes of God for our lives. It is vital
to consider these in every season of our lives.

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Experiencing God’s peace

Experiencing God’s peace

‘Peace’ means different things to different people. Some people long for rest, silence, and a conflict and problem-free life. However, true peace inside and around us can never be found apart from the Prince of Peace.

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Me, an evangelist?

Me, an evangelist?

All of us have the opportunity to share Jesus and we trust the Holy Spirit to work in each life we minister to every time we step out in obedience to do this. Our focus should be on looking for opportunities to speak about Jesus every day.

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Sitting at the feet of Jesus

Sitting at the feet of Jesus

We often forget God in the craziness of our busy lives. But God wants worshippers before workers; indeed the only acceptable workers are those who have learned the lost art of worship (A. W. Tozer).

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Preparing for revival

Preparing for revival

In recent years the Holy Spirit has been prodding many of God’s servants on the coming revival, so as to prepare His Church for what some predict will be one of the greatest visitations of God in history.

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Focus on God amid suffering

Focus on God amid suffering

Have you experienced times when it seems God is far away? Or when everything seemingly goes wrong and it becomes difficult to understand or feel that God is still present to hear your prayers?

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Gen Z – finding identity in Christ

Gen Z – finding identity in Christ

Young people are bombarded with so many influences from the world and media. Who are the Gen Zers and what giants do they face? How can the church help them to find their identity in Christ so they can walk in continued victory?

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The Holy Spirit in the life of the believer

The Holy Spirit in the life of the believer

The Holy Spirit is the most misunderstood member of the Trinity. He has been treated as if He were an outsider in many Christian circles. However, the Bible clearly states what the Holy Spirit does for us, in us and through us as Believers.

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Reaching out to your community

Reaching out to your community

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.

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When a natural disaster strikes

When a natural disaster strikes

Do you sometimes feel helpless as images of people in crisis flash across your screens? How can you pray and not feel overwhelmed as several disasters continue to hit the globe? Here are some prayer guidelines.

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Invitation to tabernacle with God

Invitation to tabernacle with God

Do you desire a deeper walk with the Lord? Through the Tabernacle in the Old Testament, God revealed to Moses how He wanted Israel to draw closer to Him. In Jesus Christ we have a New Testament model of how to draw near to God.

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Abiding in Jesus

Abiding in Jesus

Abiding in Jesus brings a promise and reward of sustenance, both now and for eternity. What does abiding in Jesus mean?

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Jesus’ blood shed for us

Jesus’ blood shed for us

With the precious blood of Christ we were redeemed and our sins forgiven. We are now reconciled with our heavenly Father and have boldness to enter the Holiest place. Let us pour out thanksgiving to the Lord, our Saviour!

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Ministering to the terminally ill

Ministering to the terminally ill

Churches seldom teach their members how to minister to unbelievers who are terminally ill. So how can one practically reach out to them in a way that will minister the gospel to them?

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Things to avoid in marriage

Things to avoid in marriage

Although there is a lot of good advice available as to ‘what to do’ in marriage, it is often the ‘what not to do’ guidelines that serve us best.

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When someone has lost their job

When someone has lost their job

Hearing “You are fired” or “We are laying off personnel” can be the hardest words for a person to hear. How does one pray for someone (or yourself) who has lost a job and has not yet found something else?

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Who am I in Christ?

Who am I in Christ?

It may be difficult for you to believe everything the Word says about you, but remember that it is God who is saying these things about you. Rather believe God than your own feelings.

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Pray for a City or Town

Pray for a City or Town

We cannot pray for our town or city unless we love it and its people. Ask the Lord for a prayer in your heart such as John Knox’s when he prayed: “Lord, give me Scotland or I die!”

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The right way to do an Esther fast

The right way to do an Esther fast

What does it mean to do an Esther fast? When do you do an Esther fast? It is important to understand the context of a biblical ‘Esther fast’ and how Believers can apply it to their own lives today.

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Who am I?

Who am I?

Children and young people are in a process of finding their identity. It is important for us as adults to guide our children and help them to get Biblical answers to their identity questions.

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Seeking God’s direction

Seeking God’s direction

Although we all have a unique relationship with the Lord, the Bible gives us safeguards, principles and guidelines that help us discern what God’s will is for us in different situations.

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Gratitude

Gratitude

How do we manage to give thanks to God after a year filled with seemingly unending challenges? G.K. Chesterton said: “When it comes to life, the critical thing is whether you take things for granted, or you take them with gratitude”.

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Honouring Jesus – the ‘I AM’

Honouring Jesus – the ‘I AM’

Seeking Jesus’ face by praying His Word is one sure way to draw closer to Him – Jesus is the Living Word! (John 1:1) Let us pray through the I AM statements of Jesus and honour Him.

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Be still

Be still

Taking a moment to reflect on your year allows you to see it from God’s perspective and helps you realign yourself with God’s purposes before the start of the new year. This will give you much peace and confidence in Him, whatever lies ahead in the next year.

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Be on fire for God without burning out

Be on fire for God without burning out

Usually, one does not end up burnt out due to hard work alone. Burnout is also accompanied by emotional and spiritual fatigue, leaving a person so tired that they struggle to regain equilibrium.

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Helping the Persecuted Church from home

Helping the Persecuted Church from home

Many missionaries are oppressed, mocked, imprisoned or beaten for sharing the gospel in countries where religious persecution is common. They endure enormous risk to keep sharing Christ with unreached peoples. You may ask the question – what can I do?

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Christian persecution is a reality

Christian persecution is a reality

In 2021, 360 million Christians lived in countries where persecution was “significant”. Nigeria has 4 out of 5 martyrs worldwide and Afghanistan’s persecution is now worse than North Korea. They want to know we are praying with them.

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Entering the Lord’s house of prayer (2)

Entering the Lord’s house of prayer (2)

Praying the ‘Our Father’ prayer can be likened to entering a spiritual house. In a sense, every part of the prayer can be viewed as a room of treasure to be explored. In this second article on the topic, we reflect on the last few facets of the ‘Our Father’ prayer.

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Entering the Lord’s house of prayer (1)

Entering the Lord’s house of prayer (1)

Praying the ‘Our Father’ prayer can be likened to entering a spiritual house. In a sense, every part of the prayer can be viewed as a whole room of treasure to be explored in prayer. We reflect on each facet in two consecutive articles.

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Crowns for Christ’s glory

Crowns for Christ’s glory

Have you ever wondered how you can honour the Lord more with your life? Scripture is filled with guidelines of what a life pleasing unto God looks like. Scripture also mentions the ‘crowns’ God has prepared for those who believe upon the Lord Jesus Christ.

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The Word is alive and powerful

The Word is alive and powerful

The Word is powerful because God has authority and power. God will never break His Word, just as He will never break His covenant with the day and with the night (Jer.33:20). Flowers may drop off and grass whither, but the Word of the Lord endures forever. (1 Peter 1:24-25).

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How not to pray

How not to pray

When Jesus taught His disciples how to pray, he also told them how they should not pray. Clearly this is important to remember in our own prayer life.

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Rising above the storm

Rising above the storm

Are you feeling overwhelmed by everyday challenges and life in general? Perhaps you feel that God may have forgotten you, or perhaps that your prayers are not reaching His heart and ear. What does the Lord expect from us when facing challenges?

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When God is silent

When God is silent

When you read the Psalms, you will often hear David say: “Lord, where are you? Why are you silent? Why don’t you speak to me?” What must we do in such times?

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Keep your marriage affair-free

Keep your marriage affair-free

Many marriages, Christian included, suffer devastation through one spouse having an extra-marital affair. Temptation is never far away. If you recognise some of the warning signs in your relationship, know that you can find your way back to safe ground.

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A virtuous woman

A virtuous woman

Proverbs 31:10-31 describes the virtuous woman who has a godly character and whose faith is firmly set on her Maker. How can we use this example to pray for ourselves and for other women?

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Women – a great host

Women – a great host

Women can hold on to the hope of the Lord’s promise that He has given His word of power to enable them to rise above their circumstances, to be bearers of hope and transformation.

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Prayers of Blessing

Prayers of Blessing

To bless others and to be a blessing to people should be an integral part of every believer’s character and conduct. That includes praying the blessing of the Lord over them.

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Go on to maturity

Go on to maturity

Faith does not make room for ‘treading water’ and stagnant faith will cause your heart to harden and drift away from God. The Book of Hebrews urges readers to go on to maturity in their faith and to not remain spiritual babies.

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The Fatherhood of God

The Fatherhood of God

In your relationship with God and other people, you will only continue to grow if you continuously experience a deeper and fuller revelation of the Fatherhood of God.

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Becoming a Praying Congregation

Becoming a Praying Congregation

It was very dear to Jesus’ heart and also a command from Him that the church should be a house of prayer (Matt.21:13), but this is one of the greatest challenges for churches.

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Praying for grandchildren

Praying for grandchildren

Let us share our desires for our grandchildren with the Lord. When we pray according to His will, we know that He hears us and will answer our prayers (1 John 5:14-15).

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20 Guidelines for effective prayer

20 Guidelines for effective prayer

Why are my prayers not answered? Why does it take so long for certain prayers to be answered? Is there a different way in which to pray that will render my prayers more effective? 

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Pray the Lord of the harvest

Pray the Lord of the harvest

Prayer is crucial in evangelism: Only God can change the heart of someone who is in rebellion against Him. No matter how logical our arguments or how fervent our appeals are, our words will accomplish nothing unless God’s Spirit prepares the way.

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When to be silent

When to be silent

Have you ever felt upset with yourself for saying something that was unnecessary? It is possible for us to grow in wisdom to discern those times the enemy wants to tempt us into saying or doing things that are really not displaying the fruit of the Spirit or the character of Christ.

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Praying 15 promises of the Cross

Praying 15 promises of the Cross

The Book of Peter says that God’s promises transform us into more than mere ‘flesh and blood’. Focusing on these promises literally has the power to form the image of Christ in us!

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Pray for Sikhs

Pray for Sikhs

Sikhism is based on the teachings of the ten Gurus contained in ‘Guru Granth Sahib’. Their pursuit is forever to strive for salvation through balancing work, worship and charity. They don’t know yet that Jesus is their only Saviour.

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A man of God is a mystery

A man of God is a mystery

A man of God commands respect without words and he is awe-inspiring, but it is not respect and awe regarding the man himself. In an inexplicable way, we instinctively know that God is in this man. Why are there so few men of God?

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10 Ways to set your mind on things above

10 Ways to set your mind on things above

In order to trust God for the impossible and to live a life that honours Him, we need an intentional focus on something other than what can be seen. Our focus is to be on things above, where God is (Colossians 3:1). How do we do that?

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Study the Word like Billy Graham

Study the Word like Billy Graham

We take a look at Billy Graham’s own description of how he studied the Bible and see if we can’t find some good advice and encouragement for our own study in the Word.

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Prayer thoughts for childless couples

Prayer thoughts for childless couples

There are more childless couples than we realise. Many have tried everything humanly possible without success and they struggle physically, emotionally and spiritually. How can you pray if this is you?

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Be a cheerful giver!

Be a cheerful giver!

Our God is both gracious and compassionate. As we choose to follow Him, He wants us to follow His example and be kind and open-hearted.

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Unanswered prayers (part 2)

Unanswered prayers (part 2)

The question many believers ask, is: “What is God’s will?”  The next question they ask, is: “Why doesn’t God answer my prayer or why don’t I get an answer to my prayers?” This is part 2 of our 2-part series.

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God needs men (Part 3)

God needs men (Part 3)

The power of God works through men who consecrate their lives to God. This is the last article in our 3-part series exploring the characteristics of such men.

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Connecting with God

Connecting with God

Connecting with God can easily be mistaken as having a specific ‘feeling’ or ‘experience’ when praying. Although that can serve as a great bonus, what can you do when you do not feel or experience anything?

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Connecting your child to Jesus

Connecting your child to Jesus

The age of a child and their experience will determine how able they are to pray. However, listen to the prayers of a child concerning someone or something that is close to their heart, and you will hear the fervency with which they can pray.

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God needs men (Part 2)

God needs men (Part 2)

The power of God works through men who consecrate their lives to God. In this 3-part series we explore the characteristics of such men. This is part two in the series.

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Way to go… 2022

Way to go… 2022

Do all the 2’s in 2022 also catch your eye? There will always be the choice between walking in the Spirit or walking in the flesh. Which will it be for you in the new year?

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Gracefully sharing Jesus

Gracefully sharing Jesus

Nobody likes a rude person, but often Christians leave such an impression when they share their testimony or faith. So, how can you gracefully share your faith with an unbeliever?

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Prayers for first responders

Prayers for first responders

We must pray for our first responders e.g. Police service, Fire and rescue service, Medical and Emergency response teams. Added to the tragic and devastating situations that they are exposed to, they are sometimes hindered to do their work with efficiency due to corruption, violence and mismanagement.

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God needs men (Part 1)

God needs men (Part 1)

When God wants to do something in the world, He always looks for a person through whom he can do it. The power of God works through men who consecrate their lives to God. In this 3-part series we will explore the characteristics of such men.

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Child abuse is serious in God’s eyes

Child abuse is serious in God’s eyes

Child abuse has a serious longterm impact on a person. To know and recognise the signs of possible child abuse is the responsibility of all adults, especially Christians. We must know what to pray regarding this issue.

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Standing alone for Jesus

Standing alone for Jesus

You might come under pressure to lower your standards or your commitment, or even deny Jesus. Jesus encourages us to stay faithful to Him, despite opposition. By doing that, we may find that we stand alone.

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Read, study and obey the Bible

Read, study and obey the Bible

You can gain a lot of information from studying the Bible, but if you do not move from information to obedience, you will not grow and your study of the Bible will be of no real benefit to you.

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Children and prayer: practical activities

Children and prayer: practical activities

As Christians, we desire for our children to remain true to their identity in Christ. So we have to create opportunities to teach them the ways of the Lord and how to pray. Practical activities are provided to share with children.

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5 Areas a man needs to gain victory in

5 Areas a man needs to gain victory in

As men we want to show our strength, make our stand, show ourselves strong and able. These can be good, but only when they are birthed from the Spirit of God and from a heart of humility and brokenness.

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Warning signs of a lukewarm Christian life

Warning signs of a lukewarm Christian life

You want to be sure that you run your race of faith in Christ with passion and zeal. So, is it possible to spot when you are at risk of becoming lukewarm in your relationship with the Lord? What would be some warning signs to look out for?

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Being a man of God

Being a man of God

No man can be flawless. We are all humans. We make mistakes and we commit sin. To be a man of God is something that happens in the heart of a person. The question is: What is in your heart? What is flowing from your heart?

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Pray the Word about the Word

Pray the Word about the Word

Praying Scripture over our lives remains the single most important prayer we can pray! Ask the Holy Spirit to establish the Word in your heart so that it becomes part of you – influencing the way you pray, think and live.

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Hear our Prayer: Horatius Bonar about Praise

Hear our Prayer: Horatius Bonar about Praise

This series, Hear our Prayer, gives us a glimpse into the prayer lives of saints who have gone before us. May this prayer and hymn by Horatius Bonar inspire and encourage us to fill every part of our lives with praise.

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Pray for the medical profession

Pray for the medical profession

Many people in the medical profession regularly have to work very long hours and have to deal with all kinds of stressful situations at work. Let us pray for them and for the conditions at medical facilities. (Ook beskikbaar in Afrikaans)

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Bid vir die mediese professie

Bid vir die mediese professie

Baie mense in die mediese professie moet gereeld baie lang ure werk en het dikwels nie die nodige toerusting om hulle werk te doen nie. Vir baie is dit moeilik om die druk te hanteer. Laat ons vir hulle en vir die toestande by mediese fasiliteite bid.

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14 Things to pray for men

14 Things to pray for men

Men have such an important God-given place and role in society, in the church and especially in families. Let us pray for their protection from evil and for them to receive strength and ability to take up their God-given role and mandate.

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What are proclamations?

What are proclamations?

When we act according to God’s Word (God’s will) and by the guidance of the Holy Spirit proclaim the truths of God, these proclamations become mighty ‘agents’ of change in the world.

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30 Proclamations about Jesus

30 Proclamations about Jesus

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.

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Meditating on the Word

Meditating on the Word

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.

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Praying as a single parent

Praying as a single parent

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?

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Time in prayer – practical tips

Time in prayer – practical tips

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.

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A priest that prays

A priest that prays

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.

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Is a prayer position important?

Is a prayer position important?

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.

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6 Different types of prayer

6 Different types of prayer

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.”

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A Biblical Mandate for 24/7 Prayer

A Biblical Mandate for 24/7 Prayer

During harvest time (also in the spiritual sense), the services of watchmen are essential. All over the world it is now harvest time, that is why we currently need watchmen – to watch over God’s harvest (Joh.17:12) and to protect it.

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Dealing with recurring offences

Dealing with recurring offences

After you have forgiven offences over and over again for many years, you have just reached your very end. It may feel like your willingness to do what is right before the Lord is spent. Here are some thoughts to consider about dealing with recurring offences.

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Impossible prayers

Impossible prayers

Take a moment to think about it. Are you specific in your requests to God? How about starting an “Impossible Prayers” list to pray?

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Choose and start with a Bible reading plan

Choose and start with a Bible reading plan

Different Bible reading approaches work for different people.  The essence though, is to ‘eat’ the Word of God on a regular basis as it is food for the spirit man. It helps us hear God’s voice, softens our hearts, convicts us of sin and stirs up a desire within to worship the Living God.

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What to pray while in transition

What to pray while in transition

The challenges of the past year have definitely brought many to a transition of some kind, including spiritual transition. How do I recognise whether I am in a transition right now? How do I respond to life during times of transition?

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How to consecrate yourself to God

How to consecrate yourself to God

To dedicate your heart to God is to make a conscious, willing decision to surrender your soul, mind, heart, and body to God. This decision must be one of free will, mindful of the cost thereof, and flowing from a deep affection for God. You cannot keep such a resolution by striving alone.

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What does it mean to consecrate your life?

What does it mean to consecrate your life?

Why would you want to consecrate yourself to God? Are you not consecrated once you get saved? Consecration to God is an important spiritual activity that many believers reach in their relationship with the Lord once they come into a deeper desire and pursuit of Him.

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Taking an inventory of your spiritual life

Taking an inventory of your spiritual life

There is great value in periodically evaluating the true state of our spiritual life and walk with Christ. Allow the Holy Spirit to speak to you as you prayerfully go through each of the questions provided in this article.

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How to pray for strangers

How to pray for strangers

We have plenty of personal problems, friends and family that keep us on our knees, so we do not really go looking for more prayer material. But does God expect us to also pray for people we do not really know?

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Why is it so hard for Christians to pray?

Why is it so hard for Christians to pray?

Violence and immorality are on the rise. Our society is pleasure mad. False prophets – “angels of light” – have already deceived many with their doctrines of demons. Even with these powerful warnings about the dangers of neglecting prayer, Christians still find it hard to pray.

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6 Easy ways to pray-read the Word

6 Easy ways to pray-read the Word

When you speak from the Bible in your prayers, you will be led to an entirely different place in prayer—one you might’ve not thought was humanly possible, simply because the language of the Bible is so absolutely different than our own.

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Teaching children to praise God

Teaching children to praise God

The Lord’s Prayer starts with: “Our Father in heaven, hallowed be Your name . . . ” Let us teach our children to hallow God’s name. He loves to hear children praise Him!

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Gebed met die nagmaal

Gebed met die nagmaal

Laat ons dan ons oë vestig op ons Here Jesus Christus wanneer ons die simbole van die brood en die wyn neem tydens nagmaal. En laat ons onthou wat dit beteken dat sy liggaam vir ons gebreek is en sy bloed vir ons gestort is vir die vergifnis van sondes.

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Prayer with communion

Prayer with communion

Let us fix our eyes on our Lord Jesus Christ when we take the symbols of bread and wine during communion, and remember what it means that His body was broken for us and His blood was shed for the forgiveness of our sins.

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Watch your tongue!

Watch your tongue!

Our ability to keep our tongue in check equals our level of maturity as well as self-control, whether you are a believer or not! What comes from your mouth?

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Inspired to pray

Inspired to pray

Hannah could be called “the First Lady of Prayer”, because she’s the first woman whose petition is recorded in Scripture. Her story shows us how God uses deep human need as a springboard to accomplish his purposes. When he does this, believers receive answers they can hardly believe.

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3 Things to Remember…about God our Father

3 Things to Remember…about God our Father

God our Father rules the universe from a throne where angels day and night say: “Holy, holy, holy is the Lord God Almighty.” The apostle Paul wrote: “Who are you, a human being, to talk back to God?” (Rom.9:20).

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Ask God for the world

Ask God for the world

Jesus taught us to pray for the hallowing of God’s name in all the earth (Matthew 6:9). For the hallowing of God’s name as King of the nations, Lord of the peoples, Saviour of sinners, Defender of his people, Provider for the poor, Father to the fatherless, and Deliverer of the oppressed. Let us pray accordingly.

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Pray for worldwide Bible translation

Pray for worldwide Bible translation

At least 1.3 billion people do not have the full Bible available in their first language. Much prayer is needed for the work of Bible translation so that all people can have access to God’s Word in their heart language.

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Brokenness

Brokenness

We may know failure and lack of fruit; but the Lord is never defeated. There is no limit to His power. How can His power be shown in our hearts and lives? How can we serve the Lord in His power?

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Setting up a family altar

Setting up a family altar

I didn’t grow up in a family where we had family devotions together? What do I do? We provide some guidelines on how to establish family devotions in the home.

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Overcoming anxiety and fear

Overcoming anxiety and fear

Are you anxious about something? When you dwell on that anxiety long enough, you will start to worry about it. If you let these thoughts go unchecked, they will multiply. How can we overcome anxious thoughts?

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Personal intercessors: A guide

Personal intercessors: A guide

A persevering personal intercessor can lift the pressure and burden from a spiritual worker. However, it is imperative to choose such a person wisely with God’s guidance. An unwise choice may do the spiritual worker more damage than good.

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What is a personal intercessor?

What is a personal intercessor?

A personal intercessor is simply someone who undertakes to intercede for someone else’s personal needs. It need not be someone with a so-called ‘gift of intercession’.

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Why does anyone become a Christian?

Why does anyone become a Christian?

The early church surely looked like it was on the “wrong side of history,” but instead it changed history with a dogged adherence to the biblical gospel. That should be our aspiration as well.

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Pray for a school

Pray for a school

It is important for parents to pray for the schools their children attend, and for pupils also to pray for their schools. However, it is just as vital for churches and prayer groups to add schools to their prayer responsibility.

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Creating an interactive prayer room

Creating an interactive prayer room

The 24-7 Prayer Movement initiated the spread of interactive prayer rooms. Nowadays, prayer rooms are decorated and “prayer stations” are created by utilising the walls and floor space.

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25 Commands of Jesus

25 Commands of Jesus

When we read the Bible we tend to focus on the promises of Jesus, but not always that much on His commandments. Here are 25 of Jesus’ commandments to make part of your everyday life.

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