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The character of God and names of the Holy Spirit

The character of God and names of the Holy Spirit

There is no more important and spiritually rewarding study than that of the Person, character and works of God. Knowing and understanding His character, commands and works, will help us to discern His will and voice.   The character of God He is eternal; flawless;... Read more
Deal with sin and develop a positive lifestyle

Deal with sin and develop a positive lifestyle

When dealing with our sin and lifestyle, it is helpful to begin with 1 Corinthians 13:4-7. To a large extent, this passage gives  guidelines for a positive lifestyle: Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist... Read more
Waiting on God

Waiting on God

It is important to put a clear and strong emphasis on the principle of waiting on God. One of the biggest issues in seeking the will of God, prayer in general, and slow spiritual growth, is not practising the discipline of waiting on God. We need to remember that God... Read more
How George Müller determined the will of God

How George Müller determined the will of God

George Müller discovered the deep meaning and powerful effect of prayer soon after his conversion. In his lifetime, he cared for over 10,000 orphans, started many Christian projects, and gave millions of pounds to missionary work and Christian literature every year.... Read more
Prayer and the Trinity

Prayer and the Trinity

When we pray, we are in communication with  God and since God is three Persons in one, we need to understand the role of each Person of the Trinity in prayer. This article, written by Dr. Mark Bird, looks at the role of the Father, the Son (Jesus) and the Holy Spirit... Read more
Establishing prayer groups

Establishing prayer groups

‘My house shall be called a house of prayer’…  Matthew 21:13. Research shows that prayer groups are of great importance in churches, communities and the preparation for, as well as the progress of revival. It is perhaps the most important element of revival and... Read more

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