We give thanks to the Lord of the breakthrough. God is moving, and we know that our prayers and fasting are making a difference.
We are not waiting for a move of God – we are the move. We are not waiting for a wave of glory – His glory is in us and we are the wave.
My story of coming into forgiveness comes out of a background of the trauma, pain and loss that I’ve experienced for close to 50 years.
Even in the midst of a terminal medical diagnosis, God can turn our mourning into dancing and joy. He is the lover of our souls!
May Almighty God release a breakthrough of His glory in our midst as the nations gather in desperate prayer and worship at the WPA.
Let's pray that a new generation rises up in the spirit of Caleb to ask for more of God. May the Church be in unity together for this desire!
This wave of glory will reap a great harvest. But it requires clean hands and pure hearts to be ready to go out into His harvest field.
The psalmist calls us to be still before God, before His presence. He alone is God and the One that stills the storms and calms the seas.
The pain of losing my son was not comparable to when He lost His. Out of His great love, He willingly sent His beloved Son to die for us.
We come into alignment with our identity in Jesus – the One who sat down at the right hand of God. We sat down together with Him!
We pray for a rising of extravagant prayer and praise that unleashes the knowledge of the Lord’s great worth, reputation and glory!
Let God awaken us to the truth of His Word and to pray for the billions who need salvation. It is sorely needed in this broken world!
Let’s believe together that His Wave of Glory, just like a tsunami, covers our nation and the nations of the earth.
God is the only answer to the pit of destruction. We are desperate for ourselves and our nations that God brings us out of the pit!
Jesus was very optimistic about the harvest but was aware of the lack of workers. Let's pray for workers and be an answer to our prayers!
It's time to awaken the nations to God through praise, prayer and fasting. As in Psalm 108, we pray that God's glory will be over the Earth!
Psalm 110:3 speaks of God's holy and righteous army, full of youthful strength and vigour. May this army arise over the South Pacific!
Beloved, our private times of prayer and our public prayer meetings may not move us, but they move the angels, and more importantly, they move the heart of God.
Intention To behold God’s glory, become like Him, and reflect His glory. Scripture “As the Spirit of the Lord works within us, we become more and more like Him and reflect His glory even more.” – 2 Corinthians 3:18 Reflection We talk and sing about [...]
Let us humbly unite as one body to pray for all the Earth and for the Church, just as Jesus taught us in His Word.