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Pritchard writes, “The greatest gifts in life are the ones we don’t deserve. No gift could be greater than the love of God.”
“Why aren’t more Christians today living under the fullness of God’s blessings upon their physical bodies, their finances, their families, their businesses and ministries? You cannot earn or buy God’s blessings.
In a time where we have contact with the most information ever known to humanity we are also met with the greatest desire for more.
Then I picked up How to be Led by the Holy Spirit and found myself between the pages of that book.
This love letter to a lost son sings like gospel music, poetry in a minor key, words of raw pain and faith and unquenchable hope. Nobody knows the trouble she’s seen but Jesus – and he won’t give up. Neither will she.
Prayer and confession of the Word are two of the most powerful weapons believers have. You will see a great release of God’s power when these two are combined.
“The revival America is crying for does not consist of good or even inspired evangelism. The revival we pray for transforms lives, empowers pastors, electrifies churches, and brings the reality of God to the entire population.”
Blessedness, not material possessions, is the measure of right thought; wretchedness, not lack of material possessions, is the measure of wrong thought. A man may be cursed and rich; he may be blessed and poor.