Mighty Is The Power Of Prayer! By E. M. Bounds
Mighty is the power of prayer. Wonderful are its fruits. Remarkable things are brought to pass by men of prayer. Many are the wonders of prayer wrought by an Almighty hand. The evidences of prayerÂ’s accomplishments almost stagger us. They challenge our fa ... read more
More Than Conqueror By Jessie Penn-Lewis
"In all these things we are more than conquerors through Him that loved us" (Rom. 8:37).
Calvary means that Christ not only bore on that Tree your sins, but that He carried to the Tree the sinner--carried you there. When you come to the point o ... read more
Moving Out When God Moves In By Ted S. Rendall
In the golden days of evangelistic and revival song writing, various compilations were published including Celestial Songs. Included in Celestial Songs was a song based on 1 Chronicles 14:13-17, written by E. E. Hewitt (London: Pickering & Inglis, 167 ... read more
Murmuring And Disputing By G. E. Failing
"When the people complained, it displeased the Lord" (Numbers 11:1).
It always does! Complaining is discontent with what God has given or allowed. Paul never complained, though he certainly must have been tempted to do so. Instead he testified ... read more
My Glory Will I Not Give To Another By J. W. Veal
"The Angel of the Lord smote Him, because He gave not God the glory" (Acts 12:23).
Giving credit and honor to people and places or taking it to ourselves, when it justly belongs to God, is a folly of which we all have been guilty. It is a thoug ... read more
My Heart Needs Thee, O Lord! By George Matheson
My heart needs Thee, O Lord, my heart needs Thee! No part of my being needs Thee like my heart. All else within me can be filled by Thy gifts. My hunger can be satisfied by daily bread. My thirst can be allayed by earthly waters. My cold can be remove ... read more
My House Will Be Called A House Of Prayer By Javonda J. Barnes
Structure. Time for others. Extensive Bible study. Regular quiet times. Long, in-depth conversations.
These words describe days of a season in my life gone by. In those days I arose early, before punching the clock, for my routine, rare ... read more
No Detour Around Repentance By A. E. Reinschmidt
Revival is for those who are backslidden in some way. Some are saying that our backslidden condition makes revival unlikely, even impossible today. This is like saying that we shouldn't look for rain anymore because the ground is so dry and hard! Surely ... read more
No Holding Back! By Lois J. Stucky
"The Triumph of the Cross!" What a seeming contradiction! The Cross--beatings, mockings, injustice, false accusations, excruciating pain, death. But also triumph! Satan defeated, Salvation provided, resurrection, ascension, enthronement! We Christians ... read more
None Of Us Knows Â… By Catherine Booth
2 Corinthians 12:9
Whatever may be the particular call, the particular sacrifice God asks you to make, the particular cross He wishes you to embrace, whatever the particular path He wants you to treadÂ—will you rise up and say in your heart, Â“Yes, Lord ... read more
Not Easy Work, But Rewarding By L. E. Maxwell
We are forewarned by our Lord and Master that individual soul-winning is not easy work. It is plain hard work. It is the hardest work that God asks us to do for Him. Before trying to reason out why the simple extending to a fellow man of an invitation t ... read more
Nothing But Leaves By W. C. Moore
"And on the morrow, when they were come to Bethany, He [Jesus] was hungry: and seeing a fig tree afar off having leaves, He came, if haply He might find any thing thereon: and when He came to it, He found nothing but leavesÂ…. And Jesus answered and said u ... read more
Nothing So Priceless As A Soul By Joe H. Hankins. From The Evangelist
"They that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament; and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever" (Daniel 12:3). They that be wise shall shine more or less throughout eternity, but it is only the soul winner t ... read more
Nourishing Our Faith In God By G. D. Watson
Faith is the condition of all the spiritual life, of the entrance into that life, and the steps to progress in that life. It behooves us, therefore, to give it all the nourishment possible. Faith can be strengthened and fed and will grow. But the grow ... read more
O God, Glow In Us! By G. Showalter and F. Cox
O Thou who filleth all in all, come into the inmost nature of our being and take up Thy abode. Enter our barren and desolate heart and adorn us within and without with the beauty of holiness. Drive every idol from our heart and bring into subjection e ... read more
O Lord, Renew Thy Church! By James N. Jidov
Scripture reading: Daniel 9:3-19
Not infrequently in Scripture we find clearly indicated the relationship between the righteousness of God and His indignation with unrighteousness. In Daniel 9:16 we see that relationship alluded to:
"O L ... read more
Obedience Â– That Which Stirs God to Act By Edgar H. Lewellen
"Obey Me, and I will be your God, and you will be My people. Walk in all the ways I command you, that it may go well with you" (Jer. 7:23). (Note what is implied in the second sentence of the above.)
"DonÂ’t you know that when you offer yourselves t ... read more
Occupied With Christ - Not Self Author unknown
"If we have become united with Him by the likeness of His death, we shall be also by the likeness of His resurrection" (Rom. 6:5).
Let us beware of testifying, "I am dead," for it is drawing attention to ourselves, and is "I" in a subtle form. W ... read more
Oh God, Come Down! Author Unknown
During times of revival, the presence and power of God are revealed in unique ways. The supernatural and the miraculous are so evident that "Why should they say among the peoples, Â‘Where is their God?Â’" (Joel 2:17).
Today many people question or e ... read more
On Reaching Children By C. H. Spurgeon
I will say broadly that I have more confidence in the spiritual life of the children that I have received into this church than I have in the spiritual condition of the adults thus received. I will even go further than that, and say that I have usuall ... read more
On The Eve Of Christ's Return By Sarah Foulkes Moore
We stand on the eve of Christ's return! Every moment draws us nearer. Christians, look up! Be ready! Separate yourself now from the world's indulgence. Disentangle yourself from unnecessary immersion in the affairs of this life. Watch and pray always t ... read more
One Body, Many Members By Lois J. Stucky
Many Western missionaries have developed a good attitude toward Christian unity while living in a country where they are much in the minority. There, opportunities for Christian fellowship with ones of their own race or doctrine are often rare. Missio ... read more
Only Acknowledge Thy Sin! By E. E. Shelhamer
"Only acknowledge thine iniquity..." (Jeremiah 3:13). "Only believe..." ( Mark 5:36).
Here we have two preparatory steps to victory and Heaven. Everyone, regardless of how wicked he has been, is sure to come to the top if he can only confess and ... read more
Our Boldness In Prayer By Andrew Murray
"And this is the boldness which we have toward Him, that if we ask anything according to His will, He heareth us. And if we know that He hear us, whatsoever we ask, we know that we have the petitions which we have asked of Him" (1 John 5:14-15).
... read more
Our LordÂ’s Patience Means Salvation By Rich Carmicheal
In the third chapter of his second letter, the Apostle Peter focuses on the return of the Lord. He acknowledges that some people will scoff at the idea of a second coming (3:3-4) and that some people will consider the Lord to be slow in keeping His pr ... read more
Our Responsibility For A Lost World By William Young
Shockingly few Christians hear or heed the peculiar, singular call given in the Bible to all Christians. All who are in the family of God heard GodÂ’s call for salvation when they werenÂ’t even spiritual infants. They were children of the devil when the ... read more
Our Throne Rights By Sarah Foulkes Moore
Ours is not a conflict with mere flesh and blood; but with the despotisms; the empires, the forces that control and govern this dark world; the spiritual hosts of evil arrayed against us in heavenly warfare (Ephesians 6:12, WEYMOUTH).
What is the ... read more
Overcoming Busyness By Dave Butts
There is an epidemic that is rampant throughout the land. No part of the country is immune from this plague. Little children suffer from it, as well as the elderly and those in-between. There is no quick cure and many people never recover from it. It b ... read more
Overcoming Satan By The Blood Of The Lamb By Carrie Judd Montgomery
In Revelation 12:10 we read of the accuser of the brethren being cast down, and in the next verse we read how Satan was overcome: "And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony."
Evil days are upon us and on ... read more
Overcoming the Accuser By Jessie Penn-Lewis
In Revelation 12:9-11 we read, Â“Â…that old serpent, called the devil and SatanÂ…and they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony: and they loved not their lives unto the death.Â”
Here we have the personal, ... read more
Parent Prayer Warriors By Kim Butts
The world is a dangerous place for children. Satan is using every opportunity to harm, ensnare, confuse and destroy children and young people. He is using poverty, illness, drugs, New Age, war, and exploitation in the form of prostitution and child la ... read more
Penitential Tears On A Hillside By John Shearer
George Whitefield was the son of an innkeeper in England who figured largely in "The Great Awakening" of the 18th century. When he began to preach, a great gift of eloquence was revealed in him. Soon the complaint was rife that he was driving people m ... read more
Perfect Peace By Samuel L. Brengle
Â“Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on Thee: because he trusteth in TheeÂ” (Isaiah 26:3).
A wonderful promise is that, and it ought to be the aim of every one of us to make it our experience. The way to do this is simple: it is to ... read more
Perseverance By E. M. Bounds
Perseverance counts much with God as well as with man. If Elijah had ceased at his first petition, the heavens would have scarcely yielded their rain to his feeble praying. If Jacob had quit praying at decent bedtime, he would scarcely have survived t ... read more
Persistent, Prevailing Prayer Needed By George T. B. Davis
D.L. Moody once heard a man say that the world has yet to see what one man, fully surrendered, can accomplish for God. Moody said he would be that man, and he wrought great things for the Kingdom, and moved two nations Godward.
A New York ... read more
Pleading For GodÂ’s Mercy By Richard Owen Roberts
The following message was given at the Heart-Cry for Revival Conference, April 2004, at The Cove, Asheville, North Carolina U.S.A.
Let us turn in the book of Genesis to chapter 18: "Now the Lord appeared to him [Abraham] by the oaks of Mamre, w ... read more
Power For Praying And Working (With Christ In The School Of Prayer) By Andrew Murray
Â“Verily, verily I say unto you, He that believeth on Me, the works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto My Father. And whatsoever ye shall ask in My Name, that will I doÂ” (John 14:12-13).
As the Savior ... read more
Power For Service By Jonathan Goforth
The purpose of the Holy Spirit is to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ every day from the crowning to the coming. Our Lord did not permit His chosen followers to witness a word in His name until endued with power from on high. It is true that before Pentecos ... read more
Power From On High By Leonard Ravenhill
"Power belongeth unto God" (Psa. 62:11). "Ye shall receive power, afterÂ…." (Acts 1:8).
In the valedictory service of Acts chapter one, our Lord holds before His disciples the promise of power. The word is "dunamis" Â– ability (Young).
We ha ... read more
Power From On High By Paul Rader
Before sinners will be won to the Lord, there must be revival in the hearts of the believers in the Lord Jesus Christ. We need, desperately need, the filling of the Holy Spirit from on high.
Winning men and women to Christ Jesus is a miracle. I ... read more
Practical Basics For Family Prayer By Kim Butts
Some of my most poignant and gratifying memories as a parent are of the snowy winter mornings when our youngest son would quietly slip into our room and snuggle down between my husband and me as we were having our prayer time together. (In warmer weat ... read more
Praising God Makes You Triumphant In Battle By Wesley Duewel
Prayer and praise must never be separated. Prayer and praise are the two wings by which our souls mount into the heavenlies. If either one is neglected, we fail to mount up with wings as eagles (Isa. 40:31).
Prayer and praise are the two steps by which ... read more
Pray And Pray - Till The Glad Shout! By Walter Scott
The last direct message from Heaven is contained in Revelation 22:20: "Surely I come quickly." Who is the speaker from yonder glorious heights? Our much-loved Lord and Saviour. Heaven has kept silent for nearly 2000 years. Next time the voice of the S ... read more
Pray For Christian Homes By Judge Roger Snyder
America's greatest need is to re-establish the Christian homes it once had. The family altar is eliminated from many homes these latter days. God always has blessed the home where parents and children gather once a day to read the Bible and pray togeth ... read more
Pray For Leaders In Church And Nation Who Fear God The Wesleyan Methodist
"Go, lead the people" (Ex. 32:25-35).
As Jesus, Paul, Elijah and Moses met God in prolonged periods of testing, overcoming through prevailing prayer, so must the leaders who would lead us out of our quagmire, meet God in periods of fasting and s ... read more
Pray For Spiritual Leadership For Our Nation Abridged from William Ward Ayer
The affairs of the nations are not something for the politicians alone. They must also be the concern of religious leaders because "righteousness exalteth a nation: but sin is a reproach to any people" (Proverbs 14:34).
Let us not drift into th ... read more
Pray For The Impossible By S. S. Times
God loves to have His children pray for the impossible. "With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible" (Matthew 19:26). That is GodÂ’s invitation to ask Him to do that which no man can do.
Someone has said: "We have lost the ... read more
Pray On for Spiritual Awakening In America By Sarah Foulkes Moore
It is 24 years ago in July that God took Sarah Foulkes Moore, co-founder of Herald of His Coming, to her rest. In tribute to this saint of God who poured out her life as few others have, in passion and prayer for world evangelization through world reviva ... read more
Pray On Â– Press On Â– For Revival! By W. C. Moore
On every hand GodÂ’s children are crying to Him for revival. Â“Wilt Thou not revive us again: that Thy people may rejoice in Thee?Â” (Psa. 85:6) Â– and God is not unmindful of their cries by any means. Â“For the eyes of the Lord are over the righteous, an ... read more
Pray Â– This Is What We Must Do! By Sarah Foulkes Moore
Is it not true that the prayers of Hezekiah and Isaiah turned back the great army of Sennacherib? Did not Daniel alone, in fasting and prayer, pray Cyrus into a disposition to send the Jews back into their land? And did not the prayers of Nehemiah turn th ... read more