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Dealing with the Root

Jesus gave commandment regarding what place God should have in our hearts: “And Jesus answered him, The first of all the commandments is, Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord: And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength: this is the first commandment. And the second is like, namely this, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. There is none other commandment greater than these” Mark 12:29-31.

I Humbled My Soul with Fasting
We are living in a day when our nation has turned from God’s standard of morality and Biblical holiness. As Christians, our response must be brokenness and humility. David knew this to be the proper heart attitude as he said when compassed about by the wicked, “I humbled my soul with fasting” Ps 35:13. God confirms this in Isaiah 57:15 which says “I dwell in the high and holy place, with him also that is of a contrite and humble spirit, to revive the spirit of the humble, and to revive the heart of the contrite ones.”

Praying the Scripture: Psalm 119:1-12

Praying through the Scripture is an excellent way to commune with God. What better words could we choose to express to our Father than the very Words He has given to us. As you read the Word, God is speaking to you. When you pray, you are speaking to God.

Praying the Scripture: The Sermon on the Mount, Parts 1-3
The Psalmist prayed, “Search me, O God, and know my heart: try me, and know my thoughts: and see if there be any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting” (Psalm 139:23-24). One of the most searching portions of God’s Word is the “Sermon on the Mount.” Allow God to search your heart as you…

Priorities of a Revival Ministry Priority of Cleansing: “INWARD” Aspect of Revival: This is the time of heart-searching and brokenness before God as people deal with sin and self-centeredness to be filled with the fullness of God. (II Chron. 7:14; Ps. 41; Prov. 28:13; I Jn. 1:9) The time of heart-searching and brokenness before God over sin is implemented by the preaching and individual response for “personal revival.” The prayer room and invitation provide opportunities to respond.

Are you Revival Ready?

Revival-ready vs. Revival-resistant People (pdf) 
Revival-ready vs. Revival-proof Churches (pdf) 
Dimensions in Prayer (pdf)
Modesty: Incentives to Restore Virtue in the Local Church (pdf) 
Sweet Hour of Prayer (pdf) 
The Jebez Prayer Guide (pdf booklet) 
Lord Teach Us to Pray (pdf)
Praying With Others

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Ministry Books from previous mantled believers!

The Knowledge of the Holy by A.W. Tozer

The Knowledge of the Holy by popular evangelical author A.W. Tozer illuminates God’s attributes—from wisdom, to grace, to mercy—and in doing so, attempts to restore the majesty and wonder of God in the hearts and minds of all Christians. A modern classic of Christian testimony and devotion, The Knowledge of the Holy shows us how we can rejuvenate our prayer life, meditate more reverently, understand God more deeply, and experience God’s presence in our daily lives.

Heartbeats of the Holy by Keith E. Knauss

What a movement that was when the blessed Holy Spirit, moved with infinite compassion, reached down and gathered up this sin-stricken world in His arms and brooded over it with unspeakable burden.  The burden for a dying world has not passed away, it has been passed on, in a measure, to those who have felt the calling hand of God strong upon them.
– Keith E. Knauss

The Preacher and Prayer by E.M. Bounds

We are constantly on a stretch, if not on a strain, to divise new methods, new plans, new organizations to advance the Church and secure enlargement and efficiency for the gospel. This trend of the day has a tendency to lose sight of the man or sink the man in the plan or organization. God’s plan is to make much of the man, far more of him than of anything else. Men are God’s method. The Church is looking for better methods; God is looking for better men.
– E.M. Bounds

Holiness by J.C Ryle

That faith in Christ is the root of all holiness – that the first step towards a holy life is to believe on Christ – that until we believe we have not a jot of holiness – that union with Christ by faith is the secret of both beginning to be holy and continuing holy – that the life that we live in the flesh we must live by the faith of the Son of God – that faith purifies the heart – that faith is the victory which overcomes the world – that by faith the elders obtained a good report – all these are truths which no well-instructed Christian will ever think of denying. But surely the Scriptures teach us that in following holiness the true Christian needs personal exertion and work as well as faith.  – J.C. Ryle

The Calvary Road by Roy Hession

Do you long for revival and power in your life? Learn how Jesus can fill you with His Spirit through brokeness, repentance and confession.

Prayer by Ole Hallesby

“To pray is nothing more involved than to let Jesus into our needs. To pray is to give Jesus permission to employ His powers in the alleviation of our distress. To pray is to let Jesus glorify His name in the midst of our needs. The results of prayer are, therefore, not dependent upon the powers of the one who prays. His intense will, his fervent emotions, or his clear comprehension of what he is praying for are not the reasons why his prayers will be heard and answered. Nay, God be praised, the results of prayer are not dependent upon these things! To pray is nothing more involved than to open the door, giving Jesus access to our needs and permitting Him to exercise His own power in dealing with them.” –Ole Hallesby

“This book itself breathes the spirit of prayer…It is a book full of grace and mercy, jubilee and challenge.  In it I sense Jesus inviting us to the adventure.”  –Richard J. Foster

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