Tap Into the Power of Prayer “POP”!!!
Now Jesus was telling the disciples a parable to make the point that at all times they ought to pray and not give up and lose heart (Luke 18:1 AMP).
Prayer, by far is one of the most powerful tools God has given every believer; however, with all the power that is found in prayer, it is still one of the most neglected areas in the believer’s life.  Why is that?  It is because the believer has not learned the significance of P.O.P!  The Power of Prayer!!!  Prayer is a solemn request for help or expression of thanks addressed to God.  Prayer is able to go further than we can imagine, high as the heavens, and deeper than the depths of the sea.  Prayer penetrates the impenetrable, shakes up prisons, and sets captives free!  Prayer possesses the ability to encourage the discouraged, lift the fallen, and strengthen the weak. Wow!  It is through prayer that we learn the voice of God, the mind of God, and movement of God.
Tap into the powerful blessing of the Power of Prayer, P.O.P!!!
Let Us Pray

From childhood, we have heard those words.  Most of the time we had no idea what it meant.  Jesus loves us so much, He left us a blueprint on how to pray.  In the book of John, Chapter 17, Jesus taught his disciples how to pray; what we now call “The Lord’s Prayer”. He wants more than anything to hear from us.  Whether our prayers are for healing, direction, needs, or wants; He delights to hear from us. He told us to seek His face and ALL other things will be added.  He so desires a relationship with us and that starts with prayer.  Whether you are driving in your car, kneeling, laying on your face, or in your prayer closet, He hears you.  Don’t compare your prayer life or relationship with Him to anyone else. He has chosen you uniquely.
Regardless of where you are and what you are doing, He is always pleased to hear from you.
Build your relationship with God. He wants you more than you know!
Prayer truly changes things, most importantly it changes you!

Mother Janet Farmer

Let Him Be Your Guiding Light
During dark and gloomy days, sometimes it can feel as if it is impossible to feel God, or even to see Him. Because we are human, pain and emotions feel all so real when the stresses and woes of life surround us like a depressive cloud. However, I am reminded that dark clouds don’t last always. Let us learn from the season we are in, so that we can believe God even when we may not see Him, hear Him, or feel Him. The story in Matthew 14:24-31 reminds us that boisterous storms will come to rock our ship, but we have a God we can go to, and even in the midst of the sea, he allows us to come. He is a God who will walk through the waters with us and even when we are afraid, we can cry out, and He hears us. He will stretch forth his hand and catch us.
Let Him Be Your Guide
-Elder Robert Allen
When Was the Last Time
When was the last time you spent intimate time with God and requested your true heart’s desires, and included His will?
 
Mark 11:24 says, Therefore I say unto you, What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them.”
 
God is exceedingly able to grant us the desires of our hearts, according to His will. When we ask, we must also remember to ask Him, what He desires of us. The blessings of God are transactional. What we bring to Him in Jesus name, according to His will, He blesses; including our prayers.
 
As you ask Him for what you desire, be sure to ask Him, what He desires of you. 
You want the blessings of His will over your life.
 
Everything goes better with Jesus!
Minister Rashieda Shabazz
Rest In the Lord

The Bible declares in Matthew 11:28,

“Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

 

Often times we become so overwhelmed with business, stresses of family, work, bills, and other life issues that we become wearied and exhausted. It is imperative that we center ourselves in Christ; practically, physically, mentally, and emotionally. When we operate out of balance, we operate in a fashion which is not our best. Operating in a state of imbalance causes our health to fail, relationships to suffer, and ultimately we lose more than we gain. We must humble ourselves enough to seek God; not only in times of travail, but also in times of great joy and peace. As life throws curve balls and we have ups and downs we must ask ourselves, “What is in my spiritual bank account?” You have to stir up the blessings of God, the favor of God, and the mercy of God, so that when the storm hits you can reach back into your reserve praise and declare victory in the midst of the trial.

 

Revive yourself by going back to the source which is Jesus Christ. Recharge yourself like a cell phone in His Love. We Believe God!!!