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Drawing his lesson from the purification of Jesus recorded in Luke 2, Miglioratti pointed to two individuals in Scripture who serve as prayer guides for twenty-first century believers—Anna and Simeon.
Speaking from Jesus’s parable of the invitation to the great banquet (Luke 14), Gordon Fort noted that the guests who declined the invitation didn’t respect those who invited them, didn’t think they would miss out on anything, and didn’t realize the invitation was a once in a lifetime opportunity, a “kairos” invitation.
Yes, these men turned the world upside down. And it all began in a prayer meeting under a haystack.
College students are not the future of our church; they are the church. Take some time today to love, invest in, and pray for the college students in your life.
Talking to God About Others: Talking to Others About God
Many followers of Christ experience an “opportunity gap” when it comes to sharing their faith—the disconnect that takes place between “speaking to God about men and speaking to men about God.”
Asking the question, “To whom do we pray?,” Mark Edlund opened the annual PrayerLink meeting in Denver by challenging participants to cultivate intimacy with God.
There is no great movement of God that has ever occurred that does not begin with the extraordinary prayer of God’s people.
Frank S. Page, president and "chief encouragement officer" of the SBC Executive Committee, has challenged Southern Baptists to continue praying in 2014 "like we've never prayed before."