Archives for January 2007

First Vision

Once on a dark night I went alone into the forest to pray, and seating myself upon a rock I laid before God my deep necessities, and besought His help. After a short time, seeing a poor man coming towards me I thought he had come to ask me for some relief because he was hungry and cold. I said to him, “I am a poor man, and except this blanket I have nothing at all. You had better go to the village near by and ask for help there.” And lo! even whilst I was saying this he flashed forth like lightning, and, showering drops of blessing, immediately disappeared. Alas! Alas!

At the Master’s Feet – Preface

The words of Christ— “Ye call me Master and Lord: and ye say well; for so I am.” (John xiii. 13) “Take my yoke upon you and learn of me . . . and ye shall find rest unto your souls.” (Matt. xi.29) There is nothing so perfect in the world as to be quite above objection and criticism. The very sun which gives us light and warmth is not free from spots, yet notwithstanding these defects it does not desist from its regular duty. It behooves us in like manner to carry on to the best of our ability what has been entrusted to us, and strive constantly to make our lives fruitful.

Motivations for Prayer

The right motivation for prayer is that we want to have a real and genuine communication and interaction with the Lord Himself.

Its not enough to pray simply because we need some anointing for a ministry engagement.

Our first call is to love the Lord our God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength.

This means we will seek God earnestly whether we are called somewhere to preach or not.

 

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