For Ministers of the West Virginia & western Maryland District UPCI: the specially-called business meeting (to elect a new District Superintendent) is still scheduled to take place the following day, Saturday, Jan. 7, 2017, at 11:00 am, at Christian Apostolic Church, 334 Glen Falls Rd, Clarksburg, W...
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The Point of Release for the Miraculous
Anyone educated in prayer knows that you must pray the will of God for the request to be answered. Praying otherwise is ineffective, no matter how right it sounds to us. Sometimes however, we pray according to the will of God and become frustrated when that prayer is not answered.
We know that part of the will of God is preaching to the lost. Yet, Paul was sometimes denied by the Spirit to go to an area to preach. Does this contradict the mission and will of God? David was king, and often battled the enemy as God had told him. He could have assumed he had the authority, as king, to go against whatever enemy he came upon. Yet, he asked God's direction each time. Was that necessary if God had already directed him to conquer the enemy?
Often we perceive that we know the will of God, and we act upon it as such. But the will of God doesn't always look the same in every situation. David could have assumed he was to always go up against the enemy. However, there was a time God told him "no". It was God's will for him to be victorious, but not in the way that David might assume from his past experiences.
How often during our times of prayer do we ask, "God, what do you want in this matter?" Or do we just assume we know His will for the moment and pray according to our mind, instead of according to the Spirit? Do we ever ask, "God, what do you want me to pray for today?" The more we seek His heart, the more we find His will for the moment. In the end we achieve greater results because we are doing "nothing of ourselves."
Look at what happens because Jesus did exactly what He received from His Father. "For the Father loveth the Son, and sheweth him all things that himself doeth: and he will shew him greater works than these, that ye may marvel" John 5:20. If we want these greater works, if we want to be the point of release for the miraculous, then we need to get God's perspective for the moment, and not use God's will from yesterday.
Kids & Youth Prayer Coordinator
World Network of Prayer
ECHOgram for March 7, 2017
In a world of constant noise and communication there are many people who feel lonely. They have family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors, yet they feel no one cares for them or will reach out to them. They may even feel abandoned by God, and we know this is not true. God promised He would not leave us nor forsake us and that He would come to us.
Pray that they will see the lie of loneliness.
Pray they will feel the love of God every day.
Pray they will share their thoughts with those that love them.
Pray they will know that God is always with them and they are never alone.
Web Producer - MyHopeRadio.com
United Pentecostal Church International
Weldon Spring, Missouri
Drought conditions continue to trouble parts of Ethiopia, Somalia and Northern Kenya and are set to worsen. More than 12 million people across the three countries are in need of food and aid.
As the offensive to liberate West Mosul, Iraq continues, pray that civilian life will be protected and that people will have access to food, water and other essential supplies. Pray those fleeing violence will get the help and aid they need.
In northern Mali, there have been several attacks on the people. Homes have been ransacked and burned. Please pray for peace in this area and that there will be no more violent acts.
Pray for San Pedro Sula, Honduras. It is the second largest city in Honduras and one of the most crime-riddled areas. Gang violence and drug trafficking have taken its toll on the city. Please pray for an end to the violence and that they people of this city will turn their hearts to God.
Plowing Before the Planter - Sacramento, California
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Other Upcoming PBTP Dates:
Janesville, Wisconsin (June 9-11)
Tuesday: Michael & Ivonne Walmer (Uruguay/Brazil)
Wednesday: Troy & Jeannette Wickett (Fiji/Solomon Islands)
Thursday: Missionaries in Sensitive Areas
Friday: Dwayne & Linda Abernathy (Belize)
Saturday: Gary & Sharon Abernathy (Zambia)
Sunday: Randy & Carolyn Adams (Regional Director, Africa)
Monday: Bob & Judy Addington (New Zealand)
North American Missionaries
Tuesday: Guy Hermis Family (Valrico, FL)
Wednesday: Paul Fuller Family (Tulsa, OK)
Thursday: Jason Hammack Family (Royse City, TX)
Friday: Everette Loper Family (Cleveland, MS)
Saturday: Bienvenido Terrible Family (Montreal, QC)
Sunday: JoeDon Calhoun Family (Brookfield, WI)
Monday: Roger Barcus Family (St. Paul, MN)
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