024 – Intercessory Prayer


For such a time as this, God is raising up intercessors and prayer warriors across the land.

In today’s program we’re going to explore the art of intercessory prayer. Whether you’re a baby Christian, a mature Christian, a prayer warrior, a ministry leader or even a pastor, this program is for you. Most Christians don’t pray anywhere near as much as they should, and this is why they don’t dedicate much prayer time to interceding for others. But today we’re going to learn that intercessory prayer is a very beautiful ministry, the highest form of prayer. Throughout the Bible, God always raised intercessors to stand in the gap for His people. Intercessory prayer is an extension of the work that Jesus is doing right now as our High Priest in the heavenly sanctuary. And God wants to raise up a mighty company of intercessors across the Church and across the world to protect His people through the Great Tribulation and to make them ready for Jesus’ Second Coming. Let’s … Continue reading

Saved By Grace Through Faith FOR GOOD WORKS


Counterfeit Theology

A very dear friend of mine likes to say to me:  “You’re striving too hard, you think your works will give you success.  All you need is to have faith and trust in God and He will take care of it.”  This counterfeit theology is rampant in the Christian Church.  I want to set the record straight so that you won’t be deceived.  While it is absolutely true that “without faith it is impossible to please God” (Hebrews 11:6), let’s read the rest of the verse:  “for he who comes to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him.”  The Bible is saying that when we seek the Lord diligently He will reward us, therefore our labor and travails are not in vain.  Rather, as we shall read in the Book of Revelation, although our salvation is not determined by our works, our heavenly reward is.

Let’s examine the very insidious deception behind the false belief that all we have to do is rest on our faith … Continue reading