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8 Steps Toward Becoming a House of Prayer for the Nations
In my previous two posts I’ve tried to emphasize the importance and necessity of churches becoming houses of prayer for the nations. In these five video clips, I’ll introduce the following 8 steps you may consider using as you seek to become a house of prayer for the nations. 1. Get right with God and one another. 2. Rekindle a first love for Christ, the wounded Savior 3. Experience an intimate and personal love relationship with God in prayer. 4. Be devoted to prayer with God’s people in every setting possible. 5. Make prayer a primary part of your work…
The Walter Hill Revival
A church that had run about 50 in attendance for 50 years repented of their prayerlessness. God began to bring inactive members back into active fellowship with the body. They began to reach people in their community for Christ and become involved in an international missions partnership. For me, this church was an example of the difference between a “house of prayer for the nations” (Isaiah 56:1-8) and a “den of robbers” (Jeremiah 7:9-11).
Is your church a den of thieves or a house of prayer?
How could God’s people miss what should have been the greatest revival in all of history? God’s people were so disoriented to God that when God Himself (in the person of Jesus Christ) came to lead the revival, they rejected Him and His message. Jesus explained that they were supposed to be a house of prayer, but they had become a den of thieves and robbers. Inspired by a message by Henry Blackaby on Luke 19:41-45, I’ve contrasted a house of prayer for the nations (described in Isaiah 56:1-8) and a den of robbers (described in Jeremiah 7:9-11). Lest we…