Pray For Your Enemies

Pure Glory

by Apostle Gabriel Cross

Your prayers are more than just mere words, but are mighty through God to the demolishing and overthrow of strongholds and vain imaginations. There is supernatural impartation and great power released, when you pray. After Job had prayed for his friends, the Lord restored his fortunes and gave him twice as much as he had before.

All his brothers and sisters and everyone who had known him before came and ate with him in his house. They comforted and consoled him over all the trouble the Lord had brought on him, and each one gave him a piece of silver and a gold ring. The Lord blessed the latter part of Job’s life more than the former part, when he prayed for those who had come against him. Therefore, instead of rehearsing the problems, complaining about the past, and the wrongs suffered. Rehearse the promises, forgive…

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The Shofar

Meghan E White

Blowing  the shofar for the Feast of Trumpets

A beautiful sound like a trumpet or a chime interrupted our after dinner conversation. Wanting to investigate, all four of us left the Italian restaurant and walked across the courtyard near city hall. There was absolutely no one around. I thought to myself maybe it was a church bell or a clock chime.  Out of nowhere a man appeared and he was holding a long instrument. “This is a ram’s horn” the man said. “Do you know what it is?” he asked me. “Yes,” I answered. I had read about the shofar or ram’s horn in the Bible but I’d never seen or heard one before that. “We don’t want darkness here. So me and a few other men in the area blow the ram’s horn on the steps of the city hall regularly,” he said.

I knew right away what he was doing. He was taking spiritual authority over…

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My Battle Plan

Meghan E White

ancient antique armor armourWhen life begins to unravel, as it is guaranteed to do from time to time, what is your response? We have options. We can panic. We can get angry. We can feel sorry for ourselves. We can worry. These are all normal human reactions. We have another choice. We can fight back.

The hard days and tough warfare will come to each of us. What do you do when you are in the trenches, deep in spiritual battle? Our instinct is to give up. Or, fight the wrong battle. Don’t let the physical stuff distract you from the actual battle. Our battles are ultimately spiritual. That’s the real battle.

For our battle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the world powers of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavens. Ephesians 6:12,

Many years ago, I learned how to…

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Prayers on La Playa


Let them praise the name of the Lord, for his name alone is exalted. Psalm 148:13

During a trip to celebrate our twenty-fifth anniversary, my husband and I read our Bibles on the beach. As vendors passed and called out the prices of their wares, we thanked each one but didn’t buy anything. One vendor, Fernando, smiled wide at my rejection and insisted we consider buying gifts for friends. After I declined his invitation, Fernando packed up and began walking away . . . still grinning. “I pray God will bless your day,” I said.

Fernando turned toward me and said, “He has! Jesus changed my life.” Fernando knelt between our chairs. “I feel His presence here.” He then shared how God had delivered him from drug and alcohol abuse more thanfourteen years earlier.

My tears flowed as he recited entire poems from the book of Psalms and prayed for…

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Oct 26, 2020 prayer, Father in heaven thank you for those moments when I recognize your love and compassion which comfort me and fill me with the warmth of your presence. I thank you, Father, for taking me into your hands and shaping and molding me into a Spiritual warrior carrying your torch into the daily battles which face me as I journey to eternal life. I thank you, Lord, for filling me with your living water to share among those who thirst for the truth. I look into the heavens and am thankful for one more blessed day you have provided for me and all who continue on their journey of life. This I pray in the name of Yeshua, Amen, and Amen.

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“But you, when you pray, go into your inner room, close your door and pray to your Father who is in secret, and your Father who sees what is done in secret will reward you.”‭‭ Matthew‬ ‭6:6‬ ‭ Before you enter into prayer, ask thy soul these questions— To what end, O my soul, art […]


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We have our anxieties we have our fears … — Learning From God’s Word


Joshua “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go” (Joshua 1:9). We have our anxieties, we have our fears. Sometimes, our worries drive us to tears. What are we to do when it all seems too […]

We have our anxieties we have our fears … — Learning From God’s Word

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There is More to Prayer than the Answer

There is More to Prayer than the Answer

I sit and wait for God to let me in on His, up until now, secret plot for my life. I have heard it a thousand times or maybe only one hundred times, as a matter of fact I don’t know how many times I have heard it and I don’t know how many times I have preached it but I do know that yes, no or wait are the only possible answers to my requests. So I sit and wait with nothing to do but wait until wait becomes a yes or no or maybe a no not now becomes a wait a little longer or a yes for now becomes a no for later or a wait becomes a…

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b50976ce4f8fb77837d3e17271289862READ LUKE 8

In the very first verse of this chapter we read that Jesus and His followers traveled from one town to another spreading the good news. Jesus, the true Evangelist was showing through example how we should share His amazing news with others.

For one thing, He didn’t limit himself to the Jewish nation.  He was speaking to people of all kinds.  He didn’t discriminate against anyone.  His words were understandable and He approached the people not with difficult theology, but on their level.

Those who came to hear Jesus were just like you and me.  They were common folks – farmers, tradesmen, tax collectors, prostitutes.  The rich and educated also came to hear and be saved.  The beauty of Jesus’ parables is that they were every day situations that the people understood and could glean truth from.

As he spoke, His words spoke to the heart.  He…

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