Monthly Archives: February 2015

PRAYER MEETINGS AND A PERSONAL PRAYER LIFE

The most difficult thing: getting people to pray. People would love to do anything but pray. Prayer is the most difficult thing. Look at our prayer meetings. We have people standing on the pulpit who do not have a prayer … Continue reading

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LESSONS IN THE LIFE OF JOB, Part 4

God calls Job, ‘my servant Job’, Job 1.8; 2.3; Job 42.7,8. Job is the true servant of God. We are in the world to serve the Lord. Remember, the LORD Himself certified that Job was perfect and upright, one who … Continue reading

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LESSONS IN THE LIFE OF JOB, Part 3

Why did God take Job through such terrible suffering? Why this deep experience of the cross? What was God doing to Job? We have to read the Book of Job several times upon our knees to understand. We have to … Continue reading

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LESSONS FROM THE LIFE OF JOB – 2

One of the things we notice about Job in all his terrible sufferings is that his faith never faltered. He lost all his wealth, he lost his children, he was struck by a loathsome disease, and his wife goaded him … Continue reading

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LESSONS FROM THE LIFE OF JOB – 1

This is one of the most difficult books in the Bible to understand. We read it often when we are going through trials and suffering. We can’t bear trials. We would rather have an easy and comfortable life. But the Bible says … Continue reading

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SUSTAINING GRACE

What a great God we have. We have been talking about His sovereign grace, His saving grace, and now we come to His sustaining grace. We are saved by grace, but we still need grace to live the Christian life. … Continue reading

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SATANIC REACTION TO A FASTING AND PRAYER MEETING

It was a fasting and prayer meeting held on 17th February. I spoke from Ezra 8:21-23, 31-32; Nehemiah 1:1-4 and Matt 21:21-22. The meeting began at 9 am and went on upto 2.15 pm. I made it a point that everyone … Continue reading

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