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Christ’s Prayer Philosophy to Ask for Bread Daily

God is involved in our daily life. He is providing us with everything, from rain to seeds and soil for us to have breakfast the next day. We cannot create a farmland; much less the perfection of nature that we all depended on for survival. The works of our heart and all the organs in our body support that we believe God. Unbelief does not make sense. Rejection of God and His claims are just the side effect of the faith of Adam and Eve in demonic lies. Most of us mock Christ’s claims because of Satan’s doctrine that was...

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Christian Hope of Immortality and a Blissful Life in Heaven

Our belief of a deathless life in heaven is the most remarkable Christian expectation and confidence in this life. Why, because “it has been poured out within our hearts through the Holy Spirit.” Our Christian hope of immortality and a blissful life in heaven—in a new, incorruptible body (1 Cor. 15:51-54)—is not mere utopian or quixotic dream. It is a living hope that will always survive with the Holy Spirit watering such seed of anticipation of the forgiven soul. The Apostle Peter called this Christian hopefulness as the <b>living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.

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Trusting God Sincerely & Taking Refuge in Him

In Psalm 34:8, we find God continually inviting us to His boundless love and grace. "O taste and see that the Lord is good; How blessed is the man who takes refuge in Him!" Making God your shelter in this life has an added incentive of <b>blessedness</b>. The "Lord is good" if you will just decide to "taste and see" the experience. Sincerely trusting God and taking refuge in Him by faith open the door of Heaven's blessings. This inwardness we venture to call as faith experience only starts to develop after hearing and meditating upon God's blessed promises. "For...

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Annoyingly Persistent Prayer is What God Requires

Of an annoyingly persistent prayer: Who can do it? David's prayer to God for the recovery of his sick son with Bathsheba is one biblical example of a persistent prayer. The Bible stated that the child "was very sick. David, therefore, inquired of God for the child; and David fasted and went and lay all night on the ground. The elders of his household stood beside him in order to raise him up from the ground, but he was unwilling and would not eat food with them." (2 Sam. 12:1b-17) Only the real believers can do such agonizingly persistent prayer!

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