Previous generations prayed better than ours. They had a higher reverence for God, for Christ and the Bible than ours. They had better habits of personal devotion and were far more studious in their approach to the spiritual topics. And maybe that is why this prayer spoke so powerfully to my heart. May God use … More Learning How to Pray Again
A continuing series based on the Hebrew pattern of the first century of sanctifying the day by reminding the heart of its need for God. A Morning Call to Worship “Lord, as we begin this day, incline our hearts to Your testimonies. Confirm Your promises to us that our hearts would be wise in our … More Sanctifying the Day
Sanctifying the Day — A Morning Call to Worship “Because we love the Lord, our heart cries out, all that is within us cries out, ‘Bless His holy name!’ We don’t forget all His benefits; we don’t forget His forgiveness of all our sin; we don’t forget that He has redeemed us from the pit, … More Because We Love the Lord . . .
A Prayer at Mid-Day for Revival “Thou hast imputed my sin to my substitute, and his righteousness to my soul, clothing me with a bridegroom’s robe, decking me with jewels of holiness. But in my Christian walk I am still in rags; my best prayers are stained with sin; my penitential tears are so much … More Personal Revival Preceeds National Revival
The Valley of Vision: A Collection of Puritan Prayers and Devotions is one of those works that is a model of meditation on the great doctrines of Christ. Edited by Arthur Bennett, each prayer is laid out in poetic formatting on just two pages. There are sections on: I. The Father, Son and Holy … More How to Meditate on the Trinity