The king was evil and powerful. He knew what he wanted and was willing to do anything to get it. He was a fist-in-the face-of-God leader and was willing to pay for the answers he wanted. Four hundred of his lackeys were flattering his ego. And one lone prophet of Judah stood up to him … More For the Love of Christ, Give Us Preachers Like This!
Wednesday is for Revival Third in a series of brief letters for all those who are traveling the path of the “Five Resolves to Personal Revival.” You can find the first here, and the second here. You can download a copy of the five resolves here. They were written by Jim Elliff and over the … More Traveling the Path to Revival
Look for a new post sometime today on the Five Resolves to Personal Revival. Until then, here’s a post from May of 2011 that suddenly has garnered a new following of visitors. That’s a good sign. Perhaps more church planters are getting truly serious about prayer. And please continue to pray for the controversial post I … More Key to Passionate Prayer: Up the Ante
Sunday Musings Periodically, hearts need to be raked over coals to become malleable and soft again. The metaphor doesn’t work except it does. Fire doesn’t make flesh soft, it makes it crisp. It sears it. Meat shrinks and contracts when surrounded by the heat of a coal fire. But when the “hot coal” … More Darkness Created Light