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Spiritual Wisdom and Understanding (Oct 4)

Paul is thankful and encouraged by the progress of the Colossian Christians. Yet he knows that there is much more that God wants to do in their lives. So he continues to pray for them. The prayer he prays is a powerful one; one that could become a regular part of your prayer life. Continue reading

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Watchmen (Oct 1)

Through Isaiah, God has given a glorious vision of what Jerusalem is to become. But as with any God-given vision, it must be prayed into existence. Isaiah had the hard work of praying to receive the vision. The Watchmen had the hard work of praying the vision into reality. Continue reading

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The Agony and the Ecstasy (July 26)

o you know the agony and ecstasy of being an intercessor? Paul did. He clearly understood that intercession was at the heart of the work God had called him to. Yes, it was often a struggle to “pray through” as he stood in the gap for those he ministered to. He knew the agony of intercession—but he also knew its joys. Continue reading

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Waiting and Watching (June 10)

The watchman spent the night in the tower on the city wall watching and waiting. Of course, he was looking for any sign of danger. Yet ultimately, he was looking for the morning to come–hoping for another peaceful night awakened by a beautiful sunrise. Continue reading

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Two or Three (Jan 27)

God loves prayer meetings. Many people avoid them. But God always shows up. He loves to be a part of any meeting where two or three of his children come together to pray. Continue reading

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Standing in the Gap (Nov 10)

Don’t underestimate the importance and need of intercession. God is looking for those who will stand in the gap in this day. May he never be able to say, “I looked for someone to stand in the gap and I found none.” Continue reading

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Watchmen (Oct 1)

October 1 Watchmen Today’s Scripture Readings: Psalm 107:23-32 | Isaiah 62:6-65:25 | Philippians 2:19-3:4 | Proverbs 24:13-14 Today’s Scripture Focus: Isaiah 62-65 I’ve posted watchmen on your walls, Jerusalem. Day and night they keep at it, praying, calling out, reminding … Continue reading

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The Agony and the Ecstasy (July 26)

July 26 The Agony and the Ecstasy Today’s Scripture Readings:  Psalm 78:56-64 | 2 Chronicles 17:1 – 18:34 | Romans 9:22 – 10:13 | Proverbs 20:2-3 Today’s Scripture Focus: Romans 9:22-10:13 “Brothers my heart’s desire and prayer to God for … Continue reading

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Waiting and Watching (June 10)

The watchman spent the night in the tower on the city wall watching and waiting. Continue reading

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One Accord (June 3)

In a world that is divided and spinning out of control, we must lay aside our differences and unite in one accord. The strongholds must be demolished. The walls of hostility must be broken down. And we must intercede, united in fellowship with each other by the fellowship we have with God, we should seek love, and justice, and mercy. This is a time to pray! Continue reading

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