100 Hours of Prayer

 Greetings, "Whereupon, O king Agrippa, I was not disobedient unto the heavenly vision:"  Acts 26:19 The Apostle Paul received a Divine word several times in his life time regarding the kingdom of God. At his salvation in Acts 9, the word of the Lord comes to him, that he would be a witness to the Gentiles. When he was stopped by the Spirit from going further east, the angel came that night beckoning unto him, 'To come over into Macedonia and preach the Word.' He was Divinely told that he would end up in Rome for the cause of the gospel. In each of these moments, he received a Divine word of what to do and to whom to bring the word. Paul filled with tenacity and obedience, being loyal and steadfast unto the Lord, he gave them the gospel of Christ. He was not disobedient unto that heavenly word from God unto him. We have a heavenly vision given to us, as well. A Divine word to be men and women of prayer. Knowing the numerous passages of Scripture commanded of us to pra


 Greetings, "I know thy works" Revelation 2:2 Christ declares to each of the 7 churches in Revelation 2 & 3, 'I know thy works.' God is Omniscient and Omnipresent, He sees, hears and knows not only what we do, but why we do it. Now we approach the end of the year and it is healthy to consider what our works have been. What did you do for the cause of Christ? What did you do to enlarge His kingdom? What did you do for your purposes, for your sake? What sins were allowed and practiced? Each of these are to be dealt with thoroughly in our prayer closets before Him. With each crying out, I pray, with great desire, 'More works done for Thee, Lord in the new year and the close of this year.' The works of men, I care not to mention or deal with too much. but the works of our spiritual discipline is always it seems on my mind. "Am I growing? am I faithful? am I serving? is He being glorified?" How many of our church members have already completed their b


 Greetings, "And He said unto them, This kind can come forth by nothing but by prayer and fasting."  Mark 9:29 What good does 100 hours of prayer do? Why should we join such a call to prayer? It is quite evident to the answer of that for these days. In our generation, upon our watch, and in our society, cities, streets and families, we have seen a rise of evil like never before. An evil that matches all the horrible verses in the Bible to what happens when God is absent and removed. And as much as we rejoiced over this last year for all the outpourings of God's Spirit starting with Asbury and continuing through most of this year, we still have the evidence of evil and hate on our streets, via the protests of anti-semitism. Tozer said, "revival changes the moral climate of a society."  With all these awakenings happening, do you see a moral change in our society? I am much moved these days over the estate of the church and the pulpit. I am much moved over the pre


  Greetings, "Lord, what wilt Thou have me to do?" Acts 9:6 "And He said unto her, What wilt Thou?" Matthew 20:21 "And Jesus stood still, and called them, and said, What will ye that I shall do unto you?" Matthew 20:32 "When Jesus saw him lie, and knew that he had been now a long time in that case, He saith unto him, Wilt thou be made whole?" John 5:6 In the book of Acts, Saul has been confronted by the Lord Jesus on the road to Damascus. Upon hearing Who is speaking to him, Saul seeks instructions from the Lord, "What would You have me do?" How often Saul, later his name turned to Paul, would ask that same question before the Lord, 'Lord, where would You have me go? To whom would You have me speak? what would you have me do?' A surrendered Christian is always seeking to be obedient in all things of our spiritual walk. We too, will be found asking this same question, that we may be found in His will and ways. Perhaps, it w


 Greetings, "Strive to enter in at the strait gate for many, I say unto you, will seek to enter in and shall not be able."  Luke 13:24 Strive - to go after; to pursue; to see the goal and seek to attain it; Bunyan writes in "Pilgrim's Progress" that Christian could see the Celestial City afar off. In his pursuit he went after that city to get there; to attain his eternal resting place in the Lord's city. Christ issues a directive here for all those that would get to heaven; to all those that would hear the words, 'well done'; to those that would enter in; that they must strive. That from the day of our salvation, it is a pursuit, a race to be won and a goal to achieve. This very life on earth, is  a preparation for our eternity. The redeemed and born again, to life everlasting with Christ. To the lost and wicked, damned forever more in hell. All of life we are striving for something. We are directed in Scripture, 'to set our affections on things


 Greetings, SBC Call to Prayer - with numerous things happening, I sent and requested from leadership for a call for a day of prayer and fasting;  having spoken with Kie Bowman also, and his plans, as National Prayer Director to help and facilitate this call to prayer.  Here is the link to the letter I sent them: PRAYER TARGETS - EPIDEMICS: 1.  Drugs/Alcohol -  2.  Children -  3.  Natural Disasters -  4.  LGBT -  5.  Plagues -  6.  Great Evil -  7.  Economy -  UPDATE: --bible readings - started again, up through Genesis 48;  word study - finishing up 'tell/told';  new word study - is 'take/took';   --Questions of the bible - up through Isaiah 50;   --A Word - up through Jeremiah 33, verse 20;   --Monday bible Study - 7 PM, Deuteronomy 17; --Thursday Hour of Prayer - 7 PM;  --1st & 3rd Sunday of each month - Community Prayer with Pastors at 6 PM; --Sunday services - Keyser Church at 10 AM; Fox's Hollow SS at 2 PM; worship at 3 PM; Until, Dan Started:  August 26,


 Greetings, ". . . and because they tempted the Lord, saying, Is the Lord among us, or not?"  Exodus 17:7 ". . . and they sought Him among their kinsfolk and acquaintance.  And when they found Him not, they turned back again to Jerusalem, seeking Him. . . they found Him. . . "  John 2:44 -- 46 What a question to ask by the children of Israel, in Exodus 17.  After all that the Lord had done for them in bringing them out of Egypt, with great power and many signs and wonders; bringing them safely over the Red Sea and delivering them from the hand of their enemy, the Egyptians; and leading them with mercy after mercy through the wilderness providing both food and water.  For them then to ask, 'Is the Lord among us or not?'   Yes, and His Presence and mercies are all around to see.   And then we have this passage in John 2.  Christ at the age of 12, is beginning to mature and grow in the things of His Father.  But assumption by His parents that He was with them,