Declare War in Prayer

God’s Word is a legal contract of promises, and there is power in it. It tells us who we are, what we can do, and what we can have. God views His Word as being holy, and He exalts His Word over His own name (Psalm 138:2). I want to talk to you about doing battle in prayer using the Word of God. Work the Word, because the Word of God works!

God does

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Doing Battle in Prayer

We have to engage the enemy that attacks us using the proper weapons. But sometimes we are so overwhelmed we don’t even know what to pray. There are times when words fail and human intelligence fumbles with the articulation of what it is we need. When life knocks the breath out of you, God understands the words contained in a single tear. When words fail, we can rely on the Holy Spirit to pray

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The Test and Process

Now it happened, when David and his men came to Ziklag,
on the third day, that the Amalekites had invaded the South and Ziklag,
attacked Ziklag and burned it with fire,
 and had taken captive the women and those who were there,
from small to great; they did not kill anyone, but carried them away and went their way.

 So David and his men came to the city, and there it was,

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Overcoming Adversity

The plans God has for your life are far greater than the plans you have for yourself. He has significant plans for your life, your church, your city and the nations. The way we choose to deal with life’s troubles, trials and times of transition are pivotal.

 

On the agenda of God, you are significant.

“For I know the plans I have for you,”
declares the Lord,
plans to prosper you and not to harm

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Overcoming Adverse Influence

When we think of overcoming problems in our life, we usually focus on things like depression, anger, addictions, impulsiveness, hate, unforgiveness, loneliness, lust, anxiety, etc. And if nothing major stands out, we assume everything is all right.

 

For instance, when is the last time you thought to yourself that you should be more loving to others? The tendency is to assume that we’re always loving as long as we aren’t unloving or have blatant hatred

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