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“What is the American church known for? I think people might say we’re known for great programs, effective small groups, excellent resources, or good adminstration. Most people probably wouldn’t think of the American church as being known for dynamic prayer.”  

~ Cheryl Sacks, The Prayer Saturated Church19.

The Prayer-Saturated Church: A Comprehensive Handbook for Prayer Leaders (Prayer Tools CD included)  -     By: Cheryl Sacks

“If we call upon the Lord, he has promised in His Word to answer, to bring the unsaved to Himself, to pour out His Spirit among us. If we don’t call upon the Lord, He has promised nothing–nothing at all, It’s as simple as that. No matter what I preach or what we claim to believe in our heads, the future will depend upon our times of prayer. This is the engine that will drive the church.”

~ Jim Cymbala, Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire

O what peace we often forfeit,

O what needless pain we pain,

All because we do not carry

Everything to God in prayer!

~ Joseph Scriven

“Fight your battles through prayer,
And win your battles through faith.”

~ Luffina Lourduraj

“We certainly shouldn’t try to impress others with our prayers, but we always involve them in our prayers. Why? Because we’re family. God is not just my Father, ‘Our Father.’ These two words remind us that we’re both children of God and siblings to each other. Prayer was never meant to be a merely personal exercise with personal benefits, but a discipline that reminds us how we’re personally responsible for others”

~ John OnwuchewaPrayer, 41.

Let us return to the basic things of the Word of God and prayer and soul winning and revival. Let us pray, “O God, send a revival. Let it begin in me.”

“I have learned to . . . season my prayers with the word of God. It’s a way of talking to God in his language—speaking his dialect, using his vernacular, employing his idioms. . . . This is not a matter simply of divine vocabulary. It’s a matter of power. When we bring God’s word directly into our praying, we are bringing God’s power into our praying.”

~ Donald Whitney, Praying the Bible.

“Tell me what a man’s prayers are, and I will soon tell you the state of his soul.”

~ J. C. Ryle

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Father,

Churches all across America and around the world will gather for worship on September 15, 2019. May your people-the followers of the Lord Jesus-worship you in Spirit and truth. May you, and you aloner, have the rightful place of honor. May your name be glorified as your people sing out your praises! May your Word be faithfully proclaimed and may it not be watered or compromised by the ever-changing winds of the culture.

Send revival!

In Jesus’ great and awesome name!

Amen

“When prayer has become secondary, or incidental, it has lost its power. Those who are conspicuously men (and women) of prayer are those who use prayer as they use food, or air, or light, or money”

~ M. E. Andross

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