How to Pray

Bondage Breaker - Thanking God

Bondage Breaker! Thank God in All and for All

Do you ever need a bondage breaker that works without fail? I sure do! A Mountain of Negativity I woke up recently under a mountain of negative emotions, just hating it that I’d failed to find the sleep I badly needed. I felt so cut off from God–was He enjoying the snooze I missed? Being late in terms of getting up and out only made it worse.  I couldn’t find a shred of energy to get started with. Yet, I…

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Grace Breaks Through - Elevator

Grace Breaks Through When You Take the Elevator!

Watch how grace breaks through even the most heavily fortified pass. Since staying well-connected to God and His grace “powers up” our inner life with peace and confidence. This access to the “grace in which we stand” is critical. The enemy knows this, perhaps even better than we do. That’s why he fights so hard to keep us from passing through. Sure, it’s easy enough to…

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Hands Tied

“Hands Tied” and Loving It!

“Hands tied” and loving it! Happy intercessors are among the most powerful people on earth. Why? Because they “see” God doing incredible things. Notice, however, that I said “happy.” Long-faced Christianity is a sure sign that someone isn’t connecting with our Source of joy and strength. You can only be happy about things that you can’t fix, if you have succeeded in fixing your eyes on Jesus—and have fully given your problems to Him. Few people come to Jesus politely.…

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The Apostles Never Said Please

The Apostles Never Said Please!

The apostles never said please! They learned to pray from the Master. When did Jesus ever say “please God” when praying against a demon or a disease? Just as He commanded spirits to go, He commanded healing to come. Search the scriptures for yourself: After Pentecost, the apostles went about doing things the same way. I have a hunch why so many of us missed this. We look at the Biblical picture from the outside and think that if we…

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