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Persistent calling upon the name of the Lord breaks through every stronghold of the devil, for nothing is impossible with God. For Christians in these troubled times there is simply no other way.
No matter what I preach or what we claim to believe in our heads, the future will depend upon our times of prayer.
I discovered an astonishing truth: God is attracted to weakness. He cannot resist those who humbly and honestly admit how desperately they need him.
He (God) is not looking for smart people, because He is the smart one. All he wants are people simple enough to trust him.
Anything, and I mean anything, becomes a blessing if it drives us to prayer.
By not forgiving, by not letting wrongs go, we aren't getting back at anyone. We are merely punishing ourselves by barricading our own hearts.
The birth of the church was during a prayer meeting, not preaching, not singing, but prayer.
God is more powerful than anybody's past, no matter how wretched. He can make us forget - not by erasing the memory but by taking the sting and paralyzing effect out of it
Your future and mine are determined by this one thing: seeking after the Lord.
What does it say about our churches today that God birthed the church in a prayer meeting, and prayer meetings today are almost extinct?
Prayer begets Revival, which begets more prayer.
The main thing that God asks for is our attention.
Trouble is one of God's great servants because it reminds us how much we continually need the Lord.
To be a Christian, you can’t go with the flow. You have to go by the Word of God.
The reason "other churches" don't grow: "Jim, the truth is, I couldn't have a real prayer meeting in my church. I'd be embarrassed at the smallness of the crowd..."
I despair at the thought that my life might slip by without God showing Himself mighty in my life.
The devil is not terribly frightened of our human efforts and credentials. But he knows his kingdom will be damaged when we begin to lift up our hearts to God.
Jesus called fishermen, not graduates of rabbinical schools. The main requirement was to be natural and sincere.
The apostles had this instinct: When in trouble, pray. When intimidated, pray. When challenged, pray. When persecuted, pray!
I have seen God do more in people's lives during ten minutes of real prayer than in ten of my sermons.
Faith never denies reality but leaves room for God to grant a new reality.
Doesn’t the God who created the universe out of nothing and put all the stars in place, have the power to take care of your situation?
The fact that we were created to enjoy God and to worship him forever is etched upon our souls
People who have a seeking heart still make mistakes. But their reaction to rebuke and correction shows the condition of that heart. It determines what God is able to do with them in the future.
I have discovered an astonishing truth. God is attracted to weaknesses.
Every time we open the Bible, let's stop and pray, whether for fifteen seconds or fifteen minutes, asking the Spirit to teach us. When I read the Bible, I want God to talk to my soul.
In too many churches today, people don't see manifestations of God's power in answer to fervent praying. Instead, they hear arguments about theological issues that few people care about.
The Bible does not say we should aim at numbers but rather urges us faithfully to proclaim God's message in the boldness of the Holy Spirit. This will build God's church God's way.
Oh, how we need to wake up to the fact that the Holy Spirit’s blessing and power is the key to everything.
It may not seem obvious at first glance, but the way we make decisions in life tells a lot about the kind of faith we have in Jesus Christ.
When we sincerely turn to God, we will find that His church always moves forward, not backward
It's not about being a Baptist, Presbyterian, Pentecostal, or 5-Point Calvinist. God has only one family and, as Christians, we're in it!
When we see only what we want to see in the Bible, it loses all power to transform us.
The more we pray, the more we sense our need to pray. And the more we sense a need to pray, the more we want to pray.
I knew God wanted to do much more...and he would, if we provided good soil in which he could work.
We need to realize that the promises that overflow our Bibles will overflow into our own lives only as we appropriate them through prayer.
The work of God can only be carried on by the power of God. The church is a spiritual organism fighting spiritual battles: only spiritual power can make it perform as God ordained.
O God, split the heavens and come down! Manifest yourself somehow. Do what only you can do.
When we seek God for answers, we must persevere in prayer, letting it build up day after day until the force of it becomes a mighty tide pushing over all obstacles.
If we choose to turn left when God wants us to go right, we cannot expect God to support the plans we made on our own.
I despaired at the thought that my life might slip by without seeing God show himself mightily on our behalf.
As we open up our church meetings to God's power, they will not always follow a predetermined schedule or order. Who can outline what God might have in mind?
We like to control the map of our life and know everything well in advance. But faith is content just knowing that God's promise cannot fail. This, in fact, is the excitement of walking with God.