Your Kingdom Come (2 of 7) by Lenny Ports
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Series: The Lord's Prayer
We are picking up on where we left off last week in our study of the Lord's prayer. We talked last week how there is a big difference in praying alone in the secret place and ''praying unceasingly'' or praying for needs as they are brought to our attention, or even praying corporately in a prayer meeting. There is a connection between heaven and earth, between God and me, and it is there through a two-way communication with Him that my relationship with God is developed. It is there that my perspective changes and my priorities are challenged. I am changed and transformed and strengthened. It is there that I die and He lives in me. It is where I give up, let go, and surrender my everything to Him and the impossible becomes possible.
Prayer lets us experience and encounter Jesus. We can come right into the presence of God and experience heaven on earth because of the access that Jesus provided through His blood. You might be saying I NEED A VISITATION FROM GOD! Well God may be saying to you COME AND VISIT ME. I HAVE GIVEN YOU ACCESS!
Romans 5:1 Therefore, having been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, 2 through whom also we have access by faith into this grace in which we stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory of God.
Because of the days that we are living in, there must be a greater priority given to our personal prayer time than ever before. The enemy knows His time is short so he is doing everything in his power to stop us dead in our tracks. He will make up for you every excuse possible to keep you from your prayer closet. Listen without prayer, we become powerless people. Without prayer, we rely on religion rather than relationship. But God is desiring a vibrant and vivacious relationship with us where we know
WHO HE IS,
WHO WE ARE IN HIM, and
WHAT HE IS SAYING TO US
Anything short of that is mere survival. God is call ...
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