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February 2015

PERFECT PEACE – YOUR PRIVILEGE

For God is not the author of confusion, but of peace… – 1 Cor.14:33

“Encapsulated within God’s Covenant of promise are “exceeding great and precious promises” the knowledge and appreciation of which should make us to be “partakers of the divine nature” of our Father-God.

PEACE IN THE PRINCE OF PEACE

These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace – John 16:33

“It is not in the power of any human being, spirit being, institution, government or religion, to promise, guarantee or give peace to men on earth. All the authority in heaven and on earth has been given unto the Lord Jesus Christ (Matt. 28:18). This includes the power that guarantees peace!

PRAYER AND GOD’S PROMISES

Every promise of God finds its affirmative in him, and through him can be said the final Amen, to the glory of God – 2 Cor. 1:20, Phillips

“A promise by God is a pledge by God. It provides the warrant and forms the basis of the prayer of faith. The stability of a promise rests upon the character and resources of the One who makes it, even as the value of a cheque depends on the probity and resources of the one who signs it. The character and fidelity of God vouch for the credibility of the promises He makes.

VITAL STRENUOUS PRAYING

Strive together with me in your prayers to God for me – Rom. 15:30

POWER OF UNITED PRAYING

…But prayer was made without ceasing of the church unto God – Acts 12:5

PRAYING FOR MISSIONARIES

…ye also helping together by prayer for us – 2 Corinthians 1:11

Strive together with me in your prayers to God for me,” pleaded the great missionary apostle (Rom.15:30). Despite his great gifts of nature and of grace, we search in vain for any sign of conscious adequacy. “Who is sufficient for these things?” Paul asks. Small wonder if his weaker successors crave the intercessions of God’s people. But what shall we ask of God for them?

PRAYING WITH AUTHORITY

Behold, I have given you authority…over all the power of the enemy – Luke 10:19, R.S.V.

“The missionary is engaged in a spiritual warfare against intangible and spiritual foes. For such a conflict only spiritual weapons are adequate, but they are “mighty through God to the pulling down of strongholds.” Of these the most potent is the weapon of “all prayer” (Eph. 6:18), and it can be wielded by others on his behalf.

IMPORTUNATE PREVAILING PRAYING

They must always pray and never lose heart – Luke 18:1, Phillips

FAITH IN PRAYER OR FAITH IN GOD?

Have faith in God – Mark 11:22

“It is easy to become a fatalist in reference to prayer. It is easier to regard unanswered prayer as the will of God than to deliberately reason out the causes of defeat. But should we be less honest in our approach to this perplexing problem than a merchant to his adverse balance sheet? Perhaps our reluctance to analyse our failures in prayer is rooted in a mistaken solicitude for God’s honour. God is more honoured when we ruthlessly face our failure and diligently search for its cause than when we piously ignore it.

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