Live Stream Session 7 North American Week of Prayer


 

Digital Sojourner is is excited to participate in the North American Week of Prayer. The live stream of session 7 is scheduled to begin at 3:00 PM Eastern and can be viewed right here.

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Live Stream Session 6 North American Week of Prayer


 

Digital Sojourner is is excited to participate in the North American Week of Prayer. The live stream of session 6 is scheduled to begin at 10:00 AM Eastern and can be viewed right here.

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Live Stream Session 5 North American Week of Prayer


 

Digital Sojourner is is excited to participate in the North American Week of Prayer. The live stream of session 5 is scheduled to begin at 8:30 PM Eastern and can be viewed right here.

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Live Stream Session 4 North American Week of Prayer


 

Digital Sojourner is is excited to participate in the North American Week of Prayer. The live stream of session 4 is scheduled to begin at 5:00 PM Eastern and can be viewed right here.

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Live Stream Session 3 North American Week of Prayer


 

Digital Sojourner is is excited to participate in the North American Week of Prayer. The live stream of session 3 is scheduled to begin at 3:00 PM Eastern and can be viewed right here.

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Live Stream Session 2 North American Week of Prayer


 

Digital Sojourner is is excited to participate in the North American Week of Prayer. The live stream is scheduled to begin at 10:00 AM Eastern and can be viewed right here.

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Live Stream Session 1 North American Week of Prayer


 

Digital Sojourner is is excited to participate in the North American Week of Prayer. The live stream is scheduled to begin at 8:30 PM Eastern and can be viewed right here.

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Events: North American Week of Prayer

Acts 6:4: “But we will give ourselves continually to prayer, and to the ministry of the word.”

During the North American Week of Prayer, we are inviting burdened saints from across the continent to come together to seek the face of God for spiritual revival from the apathy and decline that is so evident among us. Each prayer session will be introduced by a short devotional or exhortation on prayer, and then we will get down to the main business of the conference, that of praying.

Who: Serious minded believers and burdened saints.

Why: The Apostolic priorities were prayer and the ministry of the Word. It would be fair to say that the saints in North America have given themselves to the ministry of the Word, but few can honestly say they have given themselves to prayer. [Praise the Lord for every blessed exception]. Over the years, many (New Testament patterned assemblies and Bible-believing, Gospel preaching churches) have had conferences to teach the Scriptures and even some conferences where the topic has been prayer. This conference is designed not to talk about prayer but to simply pray.

Topic: Issues on our hearts include revival in assemblies, families, and individuals; a renewed zeal for the Gospel; and a general awakening among the lost. We believe New Testament principles without New Testament power is the cause of our weakness.

Devotional Speakers: Scott DeGroff, Joe Reese, Steve Price, Grady Dollar, Randy Hoffman, Mike Attwood.

Where: Kansas City, Kansas, numerous satellite locations and streamed live online worldwide.

When: April 25-29, 2016.

Price: Free.

Please prayerfully consider joining us in person or online.

Conference website: North American Week of Prayer

 

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Devotional – Look, Wait and Pray

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But as for me, I will look to the LORD; I will wait for the God of my salvation; my God will hear me. Micah 7:7 ESV

Micah declared he would do three things: look to God, wait for God and pray to God.

To look to God implies we stop looking at everything else! When Peter’s eyes were squarely focused on Jesus Christ he walked on the waters of the raging sea. The moment he looked away the ravenous waves began to devour him alive.

If the raging storms of life are eating you alive you are looking in the wrong direction! By faith, look to God alone! Though He may not immediately halt your storms– He will reach out His hand and take ahold of yours!

To wait for God implies we stop living life by our calendar and live according to His. The problem, of course, is that He usually does not reveal to us His timetable. Why? Because His desire is for us to walk by faith one step at a time.

Will you trust in the Lord with all of your heart and lean not on your own understanding? Will you acknowledge Him in all of your ways? If so, God promises to make straight your paths. Proverbs 3:5-6 ESV

To pray to God implies we believe He hears our prayers. The scriptures tell us our prayers reach into the very throne room of Heaven where our Advocate, the Lord Jesus Christ, hears our prayers and petitions the Father on our behalf.

Do you believe God hears you? If so fall to your knees and pray!

Micah determined to look, wait and pray. Will you?

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Editorial note: Originally published July 23, 2015 at assemblyHUB.com

 

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Jottings – Cultivating A Spirit of Humility

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Commenting on Matthew 26:56:

 

Let us learn from the passage lessons of humiliation and self-abasement. Let us resolve by God’s grace to cultivate a spirit of lowliness, and self-distrust. Let us settle it in our minds, that there is nothing so bad that the best of us may not do it, unless he watches, prays, and is held up by the grace of God. And let it be one of our daily prayers, ‘Hold thou me up, and I shall be safe.’ (Psalm 119:17.)

 
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J. C. Ryle, Expository Thoughts on Matthew. (New York: Robert Carter & Brothers, 1860), p. 370.

 

Thanks Keith!

 

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