Honoring a Wonderful Legacy

Honoring a Wonderful Legacy

I had the privilege of meeting Corrie ten Boom before she died and hearing her story first-hand.  She told me that she dreamed of her family's home being restored as a witness of their love for God's Chosen People. After her death, I flew to the Netherlands to visit...

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Prayer Mountain

Prayer Mountain

After graduation, I joined the Army and was shipped off to spend 14 months in East Asia on a mountain the Koreans called Wong Tong Nee. Early one morning as I wandered around the mountain, I felt the overwhelming presence of God settling over me. Joy, unspeakable and...

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The Cry of a Broken Heart

The Cry of a Broken Heart

Hannah, wife of Elkanah, a Kohathite of the tribe of Levi, must have felt a great sense of despair when, month after month, she remained barren. Hannah might have felt that by not bearing a child with Elkanah she lacked status and merit in his eyes. She cried out to...

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Prayer and Deliverance

Prayer and Deliverance

Prayer is as essential as air and water if we are to maintain a spiritual life of constant contact with God. If we don’t make that connection, no matter how sincere our intentions, we will not see a change in the circumstances of our life. We must pray! James 4:2...

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Prayer and the Watchman

Prayer and the Watchman

Prayer is not an attempt to manipulate God to our way of thinking. It is not trite, repetitious, ritualistic, or showy. Author and pastor Dr. Paul Chappell defines prayer this way: “Prayer is not a show nor a ritual. Prayer is you speaking directly to the Creator of...

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Prayer Is The Key

Prayer Is The Key

John the beloved apostle wrote in Revelation 3:7, “This is the message from the one who is holy and true, the one who has the key of David. What he opens, no one can close; and what he closes, no one can open.” The key of David was entrusted to the chamberlain or...

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