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Tired of Problems?Use The Gift of Prayer!

Always be grateful for the gifts of prayer which God has given you! Prayer allows you to go before our Heavenly Father for any and all things. If you’ve ever prayed then you know that prayer is a time when

Waiting on God can be hard..But trust Him anyway!

Have you ever cried out to God for answers, forgiveness or justice, and instead of God’s immediate response you are given words of comfort and reassurance of God’s presence and involvement in your life? Oftentimes when you are hurting, perplexed

Are you in God’s Waiting Room? You’re Not Alone!

“After waiting patiently, Abraham received what was promised.” (Hebrews 6:15 NIV) When you’re waiting on God, remember that you’re in good company. Millions of saints before you have sat in God’s waiting room. You’re not alone. In fact if you’re

God Does answer Prayer, but you may have to wait!

In case you haven’t noticed as you get older, life gets rougher and tougher. Problems tend to crop up from out of no where and they often become way too much too fast. The devil seems to get smarter with

As YOU seek God for 31 Days, expect Surprises!

Acts 9:10-21 Surprises are always part of God’s leading. In Saul’s case, the surprise came in the form of a light from heaven, marking a life-changing transformation. For Ananias, it was a seemingly unreasonable and illogical command from the Lord,

Wait on God with Expectancy,He’s coming!

Someone has said: “I think I’m a pretty patient guy — that is, until I have to wait for something!” Sad but true, patience (waiting) does not occupy the top rung on our ladder of priorities. Waiting is not a

Are You Still Waiting On God?

Do you like to wait? Do you enjoy sitting at a doctor’s office waiting to be seen? How about going to the drive through at a fast food restaurant with a 35-car line and the food not cooking fast enough?

Has God kept You waiting on Him?

I waited patiently for the Lord; and He inclined to me, and heard my cry. —Psalm 40:1 Waiting is hard. We wait in grocery lines, in traffic, in the doctor’s office. We twiddle our thumbs, stifle our yawns, and fret

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