How can I pray when we know I've failed God? Awareness of sin may cripple a believer's confidence in prayer, and it can also be used as a tool of the enemy to keep you at a distance from the Father. Pastor Jack shares how to pray with confidence and approach the Throne of God, even in the midst of our failures.
A congenital birth defect should have ended my life at one year old, but prayers offered by a church opened the way for a miraculous healing. I yearn for parents to learn to teach their children about the healing power of Jesus because once a child is healed by the power of Christ, no matter what happens in the years to come, that child will never forget that he is the Lord’s.
What do you do when God doesn’t heal the way you had expected? The faith-filled ministry of healing so often blossoms with blessing, yet when faith for healing, grace and miracles seems to boomerang, it can strike believers with dilemma and disappointment.
Too often, prayer for healing ends up as a last-ditch proposition, an expression of resignation to fate, an assignment of blame to the Creator. Or it becomes a search for "faith" healing rather than divine healing. Let's look at how to rightly pray for healing and deliverance, and how to find the balance between faith and presumption.
There is still a call before us to model God’s desire for reconciliation and His power to bring healing, not only in our respective communities and nations, but also to the world
When you can't see a thing, you can be brought to a certain point. But there finally comes the moment when you must decide to reach out for yourself. Jesus' encounter with the blind Bartimaeus demonstrates the faith that God will give us in our very darkest hour.