Concert of Prayer Oct. 4th 2014

A much needed reminder

Martin Marprelate

Psalm 85:4-6.  ‘Restore us, O God of our salvation, and cause Your anger toward us to cease.  Will You be angry forever?  Will You prolong Your anger to all generations?  Will You not revive us again, that Your people may rejoice in You?  Show us Your mercy, Lord, and grant us Your salvation.’  

Once again, I call attention to the quarterly Concert of Prayer meetings that will (DV) be held up and down the country on Saturday, October 4th.  Each time I draw attention to these meetings, I am struck by the desperate need for believers to come before the Lord in united prayers of repentance for themselves and the nation and to plead for revival.  The situation seems to get worse each quarter.  I do not know what is happening in other parts of the country, but in my church the numbers taking part remain lamentably small.  I…

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Word of Faith False Teacher Joyce Meyer’s Shocking Doctrine and Heresy

This needs continual re highlighting as Christians become more careless about truth heretics abound.

Fighting for the Faith

Word of Faith False Teacher                                                                                    Joyce Meyer’s Shocking Doctrine  and Heresy                                                By Fran Sankey

Today we will be discussing the well known conference speaker Joyce Meyer author, and Bible teacher Joyce Meyer. In case you have never heard of Joyce Meyer I will start out with some background about her.

She is a very popular author, conference speaker and Bible teacher based in the Saint Louis area. Meyer has a multimillion dollar ministry called Joyce Meyer Ministries and can be found on the net…

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Gospel in WW1

Appropriate, we need to remind people of the hope the Gospel gave to many in the face of war.

Evangelicals Now

An evangelistic talk based on this year’s centenary

Gospel in WW1 Army chaplain conducting a service in France during WWI | photo: Creative Commons (David Mclellan / National Library of Scotland)

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This year, of course, sees the centenary of the start of the First World War.

It began on July 28, 1914 – and lasted until November 11, 1918. It brought into conflict the ‘Triple Entente’ of France, Russia and the United Kingdom with Germany and the Austro-Hungarian Empire. It was, perhaps, the most terrible conflict the world had ever seen and perhaps will ever see. On the Allied side some 22 million were killed, missing or wounded and on the German side the same statistic was around 16 million. And although the war is associated with cheerful songs such as ‘Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag’ and ‘It’s a Long Way to Tipperary’, actually…

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“What is it that makes you desirous to go to Mount Zion?” by John Bunyan

Well worth reading, it’s good to help us keep things in perspective.

Tolle Lege

“Then Prudence began to ask Christian some questions. ‘Do you ever think of the country you came from?’

‘Yes,’ Christian replied, ‘but with much shame and detestation. Honestly, if I had pleasant thoughts about the country from which I have come, I might have taken the opportunity to return; but I desire a better country, one that is heavenly.’

Prudence asked further, ‘Do you not still carry some of the baggage from the place you escaped?’

‘Yes, but against my will. I still have within me some of the carnal thoughts that all my countrymen, as well as myself, were delighted with. Now all those things cause me to grieve. If I could master my own heart, I would choose never to think of those things again, but when I try only to think about those things that are best, those things that are the worst creep back into my…

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