Proverbs 3:5-6 is a short course in knowing God’s will for your life. Five key words unlock the message of this text. (Sermon)
Almost four years ago Ray and Marlene Pritchard began to pray, “Lord, do things we’re not used to.” This message tells how God answered that prayer by redirecting their steps in some amazing ways.
From the story of Jesus praying in Gethsemane we learn something about God’s will, something about temptation, and something about the high cost of our salvation.
Ray Pritchard joins Tim Wildmon and Marvin Sanders on “Today’s Issues” to discuss the role of faith in praying for the sick. How should we pray? What are we asking God to do?
Gary Olson loved to pray. After he died on November 2, 1999, we compiled some of the prayers he prayed during the worship services at Calvary Memorial Church in Oak Park, IL.
Let the cry ring out to heaven–"Lord, we are ready. Let the fire fall!”
In making a tough decision there comes a time when we must take a step of faith and leave the results in the hands of the Lord.
When you are tempted to despair, remember that you can’t go back, you can’t stay where you are, but by God’s grace you can move forward one step at a time.
We do not gain if we turn away from God in the time of trouble. If we turn away from God, we lose our only ground of hope.
You can’t stay where you are forever. The only way to go is forward.
Even if we are not delivered from our troubles, we will not bow down.
The answer may surprise you.