Mobilising, training and equipping Christians for prayer
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.
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!” “Why?” I asked. “Because I have no money…” So many of us will be confronted with similar situations this festive season. How do we survive?
The world economy has experienced much uncertainty recently and it is difficult to predict what the future will entail. How do we pray in these difficult economic times?
Sometimes we don’t ask the Lord for something, because we think the matter is too trivial or we think it is too audacious. But one prayer can change your life entirely.
An abusive partner lashes out with aggression, belittling or violent behavior; “to show you who is the boss.” The apologies and loving gestures in between episodes of abuse make it difficult for the victim to leave the cycle of abuse.
Our world is filled with violence in various forms. We need to know what God says about violence and understand His heart for victims of violence.
All teenagers experience feelings of fear at some stage. Even Christians can experience fear. God knows this. Therefore, he tells us more than 300 times in the Bible not to be afraid. However, there are a few requirements needed to really be free from fear.
Let us pray the Word for the fulfilment of God’s purposes with creation.
If we understand the differences between the central beliefs of Christianity and those of Hinduism, believers will be able to clearly share their belief in the Lord Jesus Christ with Hindus and pray for their salvation.
The drinking of blood is the highest or most dangerous involvement in the occult. Vampire movies desensitise the mind and damage the conscience of those watching them. Seeds of occultism are planted and forbidden spiritual desires that lead to death are stirred. Beskikbaar in Afrikaans.
If we doubt the Scripture and God’s words, we do not have any power to bring life and order, and so our lives are destroyed. From the beginning this was Satan’s tactic, and today it still is.
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.