Prayer Day 28
by Wesley Duncan on July 31st, 2022
One weapon that no earthly power can extinguish. The boiler room was in full flame; Luke’s words, “the church was earnestly praying to God.” Chains were broken, guards deluded, prison doors flung open, and the Spirit was on the move.
Prayer Day 27
by Wesley Duncan on July 30th, 2022
Jesus prayed. And prayed. Jesus frequently rose early in the morning and found a solitary place to pray. If Jesus had to pray.... surely must we.
Prayer Day 26
by Wesley Duncan on July 29th, 2022
In the face of growing and intense opposition to the Gospel, in the face of real threats, perhaps on themselves or their families or businesses, they prayed for an even greater boldness and power in carrying out God`s Mission.
Prayer Day 25
by Wesley Duncan on July 28th, 2022
In the face of growing and intense opposition to the Gospel, in the face of real threats, perhaps on themselves or their families or businesses, they prayed for an even greater boldness and power in carrying out God`s Mission. And of course, the Lord answered their prayer.
Prayer Day 24
by Wesley Duncan on July 27th, 2022
Luke draws our attention to a theme that runs right through his Gospel, the Kingdom of God comes as the Spirit works through prayer.
Prayer Day 23
by Wesley Duncan on July 26th, 2022
With the advent of Christ, it is no longer the physical city of Jerusalem that is “the Holy City” that place where the Most High dwells. In Christ the dwelling place of God is with Christ and His redeemed humanity.
Prayer Day 22
by Wesley Duncan on July 25th, 2022
What was true for wayward Israel is also true for the wayward in our day, whether in America, or Canada, the Netherlands, or Korea, or China. Sinfulness and idolatry will not have the last word. God will cause His name to be great among the nations.
Prayer Day 21
by Wesley Duncan on July 24th, 2022
Jesus calls us to look at the fields! They are ripe for the harvest. With singleness of purpose, we sense that our priorities must be submitted to the priority of the harvest.
Prayer Day 20
by Wesley Duncan on July 23rd, 2022
The church is engaged in a battle. The good news is that it is a battle that has already been won!...but a battle that is still ongoing.
Prayer Day 19
by Wesley Duncan on July 22nd, 2022
When He walked among us on the earth, Jesus revealed to us the heart of His Father. We could say many things about the Father’s heart, but if we had to choose one quality, one characteristic that we saw most strikingly in the life of Jesus, I think it would be compassion.
Prayer Day 18
by Wesley Duncan on July 21st, 2022
We ask that the Lord would make us passionate worshipers who desire that all would lift up Your Name, for You are worthy of all praise!
Prayer Day 17
by Wesley Duncan on July 20th, 2022
Seeking God to Build us into a “House of Prayer” (Read Isaiah 62:1-7) "“It is written,” Jesus said to them, “‘My house will be a house of prayer’”" (Luke 19:46)The picture of watchmen on the walls of Jerusalem is a picture not simply of those who scan the countryside for approaching enemies. Isaiah says these watchmen are not silent; they call on the Lord and take no rest in their task. They are w...