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Countdown to Courage July 28 Hezekiah's Prayer of Humility.
Countdown to Courage July 27 Why prayers go unanswered (Hezekiah's Clean Testimony)
Liberty Baptist Church of Fircrest LiveStream "And Sin Not" Ephesians 4:26 Speaker: Bro Kevin Time: 6:00 PM Service: Sunday PM Date: July 25, 2021 if you have any issues or if you need prayer email us ...
Countdown to Courage July 21 Why prayers go unanswered (A location of sin-Part 2)
Liberty Baptist Church of Fircrest LiveStream "Coming Home" Luke 15:11-32 Speaker: Bro Kevin Time: 11:00 AM Service: Sunday AM Date: July 18, 2021 if you have any issues or if you need prayer email ...
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Link: https://ftc.co/resource-library/blog-entries/prayer-and-the-ministry-of-the-word…Format: Web PageTopic(s): Pastoral MinistryEssays on PrayerAuthor(s)/Speaker(s): H.B. Charles Jr.
“Arguments” in prayer? In prayer to the Lord God Almighty? Sounds strange, doesn’t it, maybe even paradoxical? But Biblically such a concept (presenting God your arguments, your reasons, your needs) is apparently allowed! Maybe even encouraged! Or at least one of the most godly men who ever lived (the Old Testament hero Job) prayed this […]
Joseph Kennedy, a high school football coach who was fired for praying after football games, is taking his case to the U.S. Supreme Court after losing a recent appeal.
United more than ever across denominations, many evangelicals want “homeland and life” over “homeland or death.”A few days after Hurricane Elsa swept across the center of Cuba, Christians of all denominations joined in a nationwide day of prayer and fasting for their country on Wednesday, July 7. The call was made after months of increasing tension on the island amid severe scarcity of food and medicine and as the number of COVID-19 infections began to rise precipitously and the once-lauded health system threatened to collapse. Church leaders of all denominations reported that they were increasingly under surveillance and had been interrogated and threatened.Four days later, on Sunday, July 11 in a town outside Havana, people spilled into the streets and marched peacefully and enthusiastically, calling for freedom and chanting “Patria y Vida” (“Homeland and Life,” the title of a hit song released by pro-democracy Cuban hip hop artists earlier this year and a twist on the Cuban Communist Party slogan “Homeland or Death”). They shouted in unison, “We are not afraid!” The demonstration was recorded and shared live via social media by participants and onlookers and, within hours, similar protests involving thousands of people sprang up in cities and towns across the island.The spontaneity and magnitude of the protests, the likes of which have not been seen in Cuba since the triumph of the revolution in 1959, caught the government off guard. President Miguel Díaz-Canel went on television and made an explicit call to violence, telling the population that he was giving an order to combat and called for true revolutionaries to go into the streets and reclaim them by force. The military, police, and state security agents, both in uniform and plainclothes, flooded into the streets, beating ...Continue reading...
Updated: Evangelist celebrates “important movement for religious freedom in the UK.”Update (July 16): The British city of Blackpool must apologize for removing Franklin Graham ads from public buses, admit the act was discrimination, and pay the organizers of the Lancashire Festival of Hope a total of 109,000 pounds (the equivalent of about $150,000).Judge Claire Evans handed down the terms on Friday morning, with agreement from both sides. The city published the apology on its website and must pay the fines in one week.The court calculated the cost of removing the bus ads at 84,000 pounds for the Festival of Hope’s legal fees and an additional 25,000 for “just satisfaction,” because the city violated the UK Human Rights Act of 1998.When the city removed the ads, it claimed this was necessary because of “heightened tension” caused by Graham’s position on LGBT issues. But internal emails showed officials expressing their own disapproval of Graham and looking for a legal reason to stop the advertising campaign. Roughly 200 area churches sponsored Graham’s event, which was attended by about 9,000 people.“This is an important moment for religious freedom in the UK,” Graham said in a statement to CT. “We’re grateful to God for the final outcome of this case, and for what it will mean for churches and Christians across the UK in the years ahead. The Good News of Jesus Christ must be proclaimed. My prayer is that this case will encourage Christians to stand firm.”The terms cannot be appealed and the court order is public, so the case can serve as a precedent in British law.Evan’s ruling in April found that the city “gave preference to the rights and opinions of one part of the community,” while disregarding the rights and ...Continue reading...
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