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Bishop Joseph Mattera I have been a pastor almost thirty-four years and have been involved in initiating or participated in many local, citywide and national prayer gatherings. God has made it very clear that our first priority as leaders is to...

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Barrio Las Flores in Argentina’s second largest city of Rosario was looking an awful lot like Isa. 60:2: “Darkness [is covering] the earth And deep darkness the peoples.” Drugs, violence, fear, despair, and garbage—lots of garbage—filled this...

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Is there a relationship between fasting and prayer? Derek Prince (1973) provides one of the simplest and most profound statements that I have ever read in his explanation of the important relationship between prayer and fasting. He says, “fasting...

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FORGET “NOW I LAY me down to sleep.” A new breed of praying children – righteous seed – has emerged on the world scene. World Christians. I call them “World Shapers. “FORGET, TOO, THEIR so-called limited attention span. Their anointed, red-hot...

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Some define revival as a "reawakening of religious fervor" . However, revival is a lot more. It is the invasion of God in the lives of His people, the setting of hearts ablaze with the purposes of God, the inhabiting of His Church by the Holy...

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The challenge of every intercessor is to come to grips with God’s kingdom purpose for their nation. It is God’s will to restore nations, not to destroy them. Until we are convinced of this, we are not equipped to pray. Why are nations that...

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Ponder these headlines in the New York Times : “Biggest Church Packed Twice A Day for Prayer”; “Businesses Shut Down Daily for One Hour of Prayer”; “Political Leaders Get Down On Their Knees Before God”; “Revival Sweeps City”. Envision tens of...

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