Easter is the time when praise should be explosive!
We have so much to celebrate, so much that should bring us to awe!
Did you know that the Lord’s Prayer is a prayer of praise? It opens and closes with declaring the praises of God and teaches us that prayer and praise are two sides of the same coin. How’s praise doing in your life? Is it robust, brimming with faith and revelation of Jesus? Or has it waned as you’ve encountered distractions, disappointments and stress?
Let’s reboot praise!
Here’s our latest podcast episode where we explore how to do just that and why rebooting praise at Easter makes so much sense.
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Happy Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday and Resurrection Sunday!!!
When it’s said of someone that they have something in their bones, what we mean it that it is so integral to them, that it’s found right in the core of who they are.
Well, the Lord’s Prayer has revival in its bones! When you consider what you are actually praying when you pray the words of the Lord’s Prayer, it is astonishing! It’s revolutionary! If everyone in the Body of Christ prayed this prayer daily …and meant it… there is no doubt that we would shift into a tremendous revival!
Want to know more?
Have a listen to this episode on revival and find out how the Lord’s Prayer leads you into personal revival and and positions your prayer to go after the exact issues that are needed to release national revival!
If you are now interested in the Canadian Mantles of Revival book, you can order your copy here.
It’s a book full of stories of how God has granted revivals to Canada, generation after generation. It’s guaranteed to stir your faith and stir your prayers!
“Give us this day our daily bread!"
Most people, when considering this petition of asking for daily bread in the Lord’s Prayer (Lu 11:3) think immediately about provision. This is indeed a prayer for provision and it’s recognizing that regardless of what we have in the bank, or what kind of job we have, God is always, ultimately our Provider.
But there are some questions about provision that we should ask, like… “How much is enough?”
If we are recommending you pray this prayer daily, do you daily ask for MORE, even if you have lots? How much is enough?
How do we protect our hearts from the love of money if we are daily asking for more?In this podcast we are exploring all these questions and looking at the secret Paul taught us in handling money, even lots of money, without it influencing our hearts.