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Discussion Forum : Revivals And Church History : CANTON: From a prayer chamber

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markhamJ
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Joined: 2007/10/25
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I'm sorry but i have read with interest your posts, i m new and so i did a search and found that u are new to. I have been listening to the nite services since i have to work. i can appreciate all that u are saying but do YOU have the things in any measure operating in you life? if not than u are a hipocrite. to me you r like talkative in pilgrams progress. just alot of uattaimable ideals that neither you nor the readers of your posts can attain, that makes you the worst kind of pharasee sitting under the condeming eye of god.

 2007/10/25 0:44Profile
TerryLee
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Joined: 2003/8/12
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What a tremendous challenge the sessions in Canton sets forth.
What a tremendous possibility the promises of the Lord set forth.
What a tremendous opportunity we have before us.

Bless you all as you pray your way through this day, this week, this time in which we share.
Brother Terry


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Terry Lee

 2007/10/25 5:10Profile
MarkOne
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From todays reading. . .
To be applied in prayer for revival

A man does not get converted without having conviction of sin. When that conviction of sin comes, and his eyes are opened, he learns to be afraid of his sin, and to flee from it to Christ, and to accept Christ as a mighty deliverer. But a man needs a second conviction of sin; a believer must be convicted of his peculiar sin.

The sins of an unconverted man are different from the sins of a believer. An unconverted man, for instance, is not ordinarily convicted of the corruption of his nature; he thinks principally about external sins, I have sworn, been a liar, and I am on the way to hell. He is then convicted for conversion.

But the believer is in quite a different condition. His sins are far more blamable, for he has had the light and the love and the Spirit of God given to him. His sins are far deeper. He has striven to conquer them and he has grown to see that his nature is utterly corrupt, that the carnal mind, the flesh, within him, is making his whole state utterly wretched.

When a believer is thus convicted by the Holy Spirit, it is specially his life of unbelief that condemns him, because he sees that the great guilt connected with this has kept him from receiving the full gift of Gods Holy Spirit. He is brought down in shame and confusion of face, and he begins to cry: Woe is me, for I am undone. I have heard of God by the hearing of the ear; I have known a great deal of Him and preached about Him, but now mine eye seeth Him.

God comes near him. Job, the righteous man, whom God trusted, saw in himself the deep sin of self and its righteousness that he had never seen before. Until this conviction of the wrongness of our carnal state as believers comes to each one of us; until we are willing to get this conviction from God, to take time before God to be humbled and convicted, we never can become spiritual men.

THE MASTERS INDWELLING
ANDREW MURRAY

 2007/10/25 10:17Profile









 Re: CANTON: From a prayer chamber



A revival will become a reality wherever a company of committed decides to recover the art of crying out to the Lord, wherever the fellowship of the burning heart gathers to partake in carrying of the perennial burden of the Lord. His cry is an Oh, that my people would. . .

 2007/10/25 17:32
lwpray
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 Re: CANTON: From a prayer chamber

Mistake


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Lars Widerberg

 2007/10/26 13:06Profile
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Many of us engage in praying for the Revival Conference in Canton which begins today. An event hosted by the website which we frequently visit Sermonindex.



who is 'we'?


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Ron Bailey

 2007/11/7 16:08Profile
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These notes on prayer and revival thinking come out of our notebooks as we are fellowshipping before the Lord.


who is 'we'?


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Ron Bailey

 2007/11/7 16:11Profile









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Dear sister Hanna,

Greetings in the name of Jesus.

If possible, would you please write to me at the email address in my profile? There is something on my heart to share, if you would. Whenever.





 2007/11/8 10:15





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