Daniel Kolenda and Eric Gilmour discuss how to overcome distractions that divert our attention in prayer – especially in the difficult times – when the pressures of life compete for our attention. “The soul was made to do everything while looking at Jesus.” ~ Eric Gilmour To follow Eric Gilmour Visit: www.Sonship-International.org www.Facebook.com/sonshipINTL To follow […]
Emmanuel was a thug. Almost daily he would steal and then and sell those items to support his growing drug habit. He told us of the time that he met a woman in a taxi, and decided he would rob her. With a knife hidden by his massive forearm, he left the taxi, crept up behind her, and threw her up against the wall. Seeing the knife was enough for the terrified woman to surrender her purse and valuables to him.
Martin Smith, Heidi Baker and Todd White share about the revelation of the Father’s heart, and the radical love of God demonstrated through Jesus Christ. “Something we need, and our generation needs, is the revelation that God is for us and not against us.” ~ Martin Smith “Every single human being is created in the image […]
This week, Daniel and Eric discuss how a person can experience God in prayer right now and the reason that so many have difficulty in this area.
“The experience of God is so rare because scattered minds are so common.” ~ Eric Gilmour
They key then, to experiencing God is prayer, is setting all of one’s attention and affection on God, as Madame Guyon said, “Prayer is nothing but the application of the heart to God, and the internal exercise of love.”
Isha Bejeru was trapped in a lifestyle of sexual perversion and drug abuse before she met Jesus at a Christ for all Nations Gospel Campaign with Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke in 1999. That night, as she witnessed supernatural healings and miracles, her heart was opened to the Gospel. She believed that If Jesus could do these miracles He could set her free from her bondages. She surrendered her life to Christ has been a changed woman ever since. That was more than 15-years ago. Today she is married with children of her own. She is still free and is still following Jesus. Her life is a testimony to the power of the Gospel. This is Isha’s story.
“If I were to save your life, what would you do?” This was the question that Cyrus, the King of Persia asked to a rebel chieftain named Cagular whom he had captured and was about to execute. Cagular replied, “King, I would serve you the rest of my days”. We would tend to see Cagular’s pledge of allegiance and service to Cyrus as nothing more than a reasonable and expected obligation in exchange for the Kings merciful pardon. Cagular also recognized that because he was saved, he was compelled to serve.
What is the proper expectation in prayer? Should the experience of the presence of God be a normal part of a person’s prayer life or is this reserved for special occasions?
When we come to Jesus we are coming to a living individual. Coming to Jesus isn’t coming to a bible study. Coming to Jesus isn’t coming to an IPOD. Coming to Jesus isn’t coming to a prayer list. Coming to Jesus is coming to a LIVING individual. And He is a highly experiential God! (More…)
I have issued three public challenges (not to mention several private ones) to the more than 215,000 followers on my Facebook page for atheists to provide specific qualified evidence for Darwinian evolution. Each time, my challenge has been met with deafening silence. Yet, when I say something about faith in God or the wonder of […]