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The Quiet Time with God

The quiet time with God is the secret of Christians’ daily life. This is a period when a Christian disengages himself from other affairs and enters into a closet in communication with God. Matt. 6: 6. Observations show that Christians who fail here soon grow cold and backslide. D. E. Hoste said that they never…

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The Nature of Prayer

Sometimes the nature of prayer does not take the same dimension. The situation facing the enquirer invariably determine the nature of the prayer request, where there is wisdom and understanding. We may discuss and give some light in accordance with the scriptures. It is essential and important to know the nature of the impending prayer…

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The Place of Adoration to God

1. Adoration should be done in the great congregation. David said, “in the midst of the great congregation will I praise thee”…. Psalms 22:22, 149:1. This mandate does not permit any child of God to develop coldness when it is the hour of adoration unto God. 2. Adoration must be accorded unto the Almighty God…

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The Right Time for Adoration

1. Early in the morning is an ideal hour for adoration unto the Almighty God. Psalms 108:2, “awake, psaltery and harp; I myself will awake early. I will praise thee, O Lord, among the people…”. 2. Adoration is an all day duty. Psalms 71:8, “my mouth shall be filled with your honour and your praise…

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The Obligatory Nature of Adoration to God

1. The angels are obligated to adore God. Psalms 148:2. “praise ye Him, all His angels, praise ye Him all His hosts”. 2. All the nations of the earth ought to adore Him. Psalms 117:1, “O praise the Lord, all ye nations, praise Him all ye people”. 3. The children are not exempted from real…

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How the Believer Should Adore God

1. With understanding. The believer should adore the Lord with understand. “…sing ye praises with understanding” Psalms 47:7, 1 Cor. 14:15. 2. With the soul. The true adoration must be done with the soul. “bless the Lord, O my soul’. Psalms 103:1. 3. With the whole heart. “I will praise thee with my whole heart”.…

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YOUR DETERMINATION FOR PRAYER IS NECESSARY

In St. Luke 11:8, the parable on persistence assumes there will be difficulties in times when it seems that our prayer will not be answered; we must never give up. In the end the answer will come! Jesus concluded His lesson with these words: Luke 11:9-10, “And I say to you; ask, and it will…

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God has Answer to Every Topic of Prayer

What answers does God give to prayer? God gives one of these three answers. (1) Yes(2) No(3) Wait. Let us consider this passage, Isa. 65:24, “And it shall come to pass, that before they call, I will answer; and while they are yet speaking, I will hear.” We shall examine the situation of the three…

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Prayer is the Key to Victory

Prayer is human being in communication with God. Prayer is an offering up of our desires to God for all things lawful and needful, with humble confidence that we shall obtain them through the mediation of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ. The Hebrew word for prayer is Tephillah. A worship reference addressed to God…

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