Category Archives: prayer

What is like wind to a sailor? Prayer! come join us for Sunday morning prayer. 8:15 am in the upper room at Hope in Christ Church.

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A Prayer for Christ’s Supremacy in my life

I offer myself unto Christ the Lord, as an object proper for all His offices to be exercised upon: I choose Him as my prophet for instruction, illumination, and direction. I embrace Him as my great priest, to be washed … Continue reading

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Holy Spirit Healing

R.A. Torrey, The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit, p.170 God by His Holy Spirit does impart new health and vigour to these mortal bodies in the present life. To go to the extremes that many do and take the … Continue reading

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Steps to seeking God’s wisdom

We have all been in situations where we desperately needed the wisdom of God.  R.A. Torrey, on pages 164-168 of his book The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit gives some wonderful and practical advise on praying for wisdom according … Continue reading

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The Prayer of Faith

The Prayer of Faith, according to David McIntyre, is the prayer that has been “brought into conformity with the mind of Christ.”  McIntyre then goes on to give 8 conditions for one to understand what it means to pray with … Continue reading

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Prayer as a way of Loving Others

“If we truly love people, we will desire for them far more than it is within our power to give them, and this will lead us to prayer.  Intercession is a way of loving others.” Richard Foster (Listening for God, … Continue reading

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On making time for prayer

“The great people of the earth today are the people who pray.  I do not mean those who talk about prayer; nor those who say they believe in prayer; nor yet those who can explain about prayer; but I mean … Continue reading

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Corporate Prayer in the Book of Acts

  “Our prayers are powerful weapons in the hands of God. It is said that Mary Queen of Scots (Bloody Mary as she was sometimes called) was more terrified of John Knox’s prayers than she was of any army that … Continue reading

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What keeps us from Corporate Prayer? (Various Scriptures)

And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds. Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another—and all the more … Continue reading

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Isaiah 56:7 Why “a House of Prayer for all nations”?

Last week we talked about the welcoming salvation of God.  God has been in the process of building a family from all of the nations. He wants the outcast, pictured in the eunuch and foreigner, to understand his ultimate heart … Continue reading

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