Five Vows of Spiritual Power

by A.W. Tozer Some people object to taking vows, but in the Bible you will find many great men of God directed by covenants, promises, vows and pledges. The psalmist was not averse to the taking of vows: “Thy vows are upon me, O God,” he said. “I will render my praises unto thee” (Psalm…

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Pulling Down Heaven: Mama Suppes

Not one promise from God is empty of power, for nothing is impossible with God!” Luke 1:37 TPT I grew up hearing the story of “Mama Suppes.” Dad said she was a woman of great faith, with a dream, who believed in a great God. One who knows our hearts and answers our dreamer-prayers when…

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Prayer by L. Ravenhill

The Gospel Of Prayer There’s nothing more transfiguring than prayer. People often ask, “Why do you insist on prayer so much?” The answer is very simple – because Jesus did. You could change the title of the Gospel according to St. Luke to the Gospel of Prayer. It’s the prayer life of Jesus. The other…

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George Mueller: In The Fog

I believe God, that it shall be even as it was told me (Acts 27:25). I went to America some years ago with the captain of a steamer, who was a very devoted Christian. When off the coast of Newfoundland he said to me, “The last time I crossed here, five weeks ago, something happened which…

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Max Lucado: Tender Words…

Brook Besor. Don’t feel bad if you’ve never heard of the place. Most haven’t, but more need to. The Brook Besor narrative deserves shelf space in the library of the worn-out. It speaks tender words to the tired heart. The story emerges from the ruins of Ziklag. David and his six hundred soldiers return from…

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