It is recorded in Matthew 24:36 that “But of that day and hour knows no man….” Does it really mean that no one will know when the Lord returns? This article will show you the answer.
Although we may say many nice words in prayer to praise God and express our devotion, our prayers are not answered by God. Why does God not listen to this kind of prayer?
How should we pray according to God’s will? This article will tell you the answer through 3 examples—the prayer of the Lord Jesus, the prayer of a publican, and Solomon’s prayer.
The power of prayer means that as long as we genuinely call out and pray to Him, God will accomplish everything we ask for. How should we pray so as to gain the power of prayer? This article will show you the answer.
If we say that we have fellowship with him, and walk in darkness, we lie, and do not the truth: – 1 John 1:6 Thoughts on Today’s Verse… From this … Read More True Communion With God—A Commentary on 1 John 1:6
“When you pray, if you have love for God in your heart and seek God’s care, protection, and observation, if these are your intent, your prayers will be effective. For … Read More Pray With a Seeking Heart, Your Prayers Will Be Effective
By Guoshi Brothers and sisters: Peace to you in the Lord! Today, our topic of fellowship is “the three problems we must resolve in prayer.” May the Lord guide our … Read More How to Pray to Have Your Prayers Heard by God
God is a Spirit and we can connect with His Spirit using our hearts. When in prayers, we ought to speak the words within our hearts to God.
How should we Christians choose our spouses? I’d like to share with you some principles of practice in this article and hope that they can help you resolve your difficulty.
We pray every day, and if we Christians know 3 aspects of daily Prayer, we’ll be closer to God and know God more.
True prayer is neither nice-sounding words nor long-winded speeches, but requires us to quiet our hearts before God and speak the words within our hearts to Him.