One day when Catherine Marshall was flipping through an old Bible small slips of paper fell out. Each contained a prayer for her son, Peter John. As she read these decades-old requests, she discovered that every one had been answered. … Continue reading
A woman peeked through the doorway into my office. “I’ve been walking past this church for months. I thought I’d stop in and see what goes on in here.” That was my introduction to Alice. I took her on a … Continue reading
It is time for you to act, Lord; your law is being broken. Psalm 119:126 If there was ever a need to pray for revival it’s today. A revival is a time of quickening or impartation of life. As God … Continue reading
Once upon a time in Israel, well before the time of Christ, a young woman named Hannah prayed for a child, in particular, a son. Hannah had expected to become pregnant soon after marriage to Elkanah, a very devout man. She … Continue reading
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Is it possible that the same God who with a single word set the entire universe in motion, is interested in my everyday needs? Does He care about jobs and headaches, a lost dog, housing, broken hearts and dental work? … Continue reading
In the middle of the night we’d awake to the sound of his gasps for air. We’d bundle him into a snow suit and carry him outside. While the rest of the street slept, we took turns pacing; back and forth; our steps squeaked on the front porch. Continue reading
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It almost always happens that God, by means of one of a household, draws the rest to himself. He calls an individual, and then uses him to be a sort of spiritual decoy to bring the rest of the family into the gospel net. Charles Spurgeon Continue reading
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This story has been published in several magazines and it remains a favorite because it illustrates how the Father embraces people, any time, any place, at any age. Nothing is an obstacle to him, not even debilitating illnesses like Alzheimer’s disease. LATE … Continue reading