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CONSUMED BY FIRE (2)

Scripture Reading: Hebrews 12:29
I have such an urgency upon me now to release this word. I say this without desiring to bring condemnation. Many want to feel the power of His fire without enduring the refinement of His fire. We are in an hour when Jesus is beckoning His bride to recognize her place hidden in Him. He is our Crucible, the One who holds us as we are purified by the fire of God.
Many want elevation in the Spirit, but they do not want to be refined. When gold is refined, the dross rises first. Understand that before the fire of God elevates you, it eradicates the impurities in your life so that they can be removed by Him. When we grow from faith to faith and glory to glory, His fire intensifies in our lives, and those hidden things keeping us from reflecting Christ fully are brought to the surface so that they can be resolved. No one is exempt from this process.

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CONSUMED BY FIRE (1)

Scripture Reading: Hebrews 12:29
Are you crying out for the fire of God? We cry out for His all-consuming fire. We love to tangibly feel His touch and His power wash over us in fellowship and in our private time with Him. I know what that feels like to have His fire burn on the inside of us. It is overwhelming, and it is life changing. At least it should be. Yet I am convinced that we, myself included, do not comprehend the fullness and the cost of inviting the fire of God upon our lives. God is saying to us: “My fire is a holy consummation. It is a sacred union.

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CONSUMED BY FIRE (1)

Scripture Reading: Hebrews 12:29
Are you crying out for the fire of God? We cry out for His all-consuming fire. We love to tangibly feel His touch and His power wash over us in fellowship and in our private time with Him. I know what that feels like to have His fire burn on the inside of us. It is overwhelming, and it is life changing. At least it should be. Yet I am convinced that we, myself included, do not comprehend the fullness and the cost of inviting the fire of God upon our lives. God is saying to us: “My fire is a holy consummation. It is a sacred union.

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THE HELPER HAS COME…

Pentecost Sunday
Scripture Reading: John 15:26-27
Dear friends in Christ, Pentecost changes lives. Pentecost enables us to be powerful instruments of the transforming grace of God. Just as on the day of Pentecost, we need the Holy Spirit to come and light our fire and give us the courage and power to do things which will bring glory to God.
The Pentecost story is filled with memorable details: strong driving winds that shook the house where the disciples were staying; tongues of fire that suddenly appeared; the bold fearless preaching of disciples who had been locked away in fear; a famous sermon delivered by Peter; the conversion of 3000 people in a single day. The first Pentecost must have been quite an event!!

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RECEIVE THE HOLY SPIRIT

Day 9 of the Fasting and Prayer Programme
Scripture Reading: John 20:22
“Come Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of Your faithful and enkindle in them the fire of Your love. Send forth Your Spirit, and they shall be created and they shall renew the face of the earth.” All you have to do is ask, believe, and receive! Pray, “Father, I recognize my need for Your power to live this new life. Please fill me with Your Holy Spirit. By faith, I receive Him right now! Thank You for baptizing me.

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“LIKE THE DEW FALL”

Day 8 of the Fasting and Prayer Programme

Scripture Reading: Hosea 14:5
“Dewfall is an ancient powerful image of the presence of God. For people in the desert, dew is an important source of water, sometimes the only source. It signifies life. The quiet early hours of the morning are a time when God shows us how the Holy Spirit works in our lives. In those hours, the dew covers the ground and soaks it. Water comes to the ground in various ways, such as rainfall and snowfall which are easily seen, and also dewfall, which is when water covers the ground in the form of dew. Dewfall is a quiet process; it forms silently and gradually. There is something mysterious about dew. You can be outside in the evening when the ground is dry, but go outside in the morning and find it is wet. Unlike rainfall, you do not hear dewfall. You may ask yourself, “Did it rain last night again?” But it was not rainfall; it was dewfall.

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“LIKE THE DEW FALL”

Day 8 of the Fasting and Prayer Programme

Scripture Reading: Hosea 14:5
“Dewfall is an ancient powerful image of the presence of God. For people in the desert, dew is an important source of water, sometimes the only source. It signifies life. The quiet early hours of the morning are a time when God shows us how the Holy Spirit works in our lives. In those hours, the dew covers the ground and soaks it. Water comes to the ground in various ways, such as rainfall and snowfall which are easily seen, and also dewfall, which is when water covers the ground in the form of dew. Dewfall is a quiet process; it forms silently and gradually. There is something mysterious about dew. You can be outside in the evening when the ground is dry, but go outside in the morning and find it is wet. Unlike rainfall, you do not hear dewfall. You may ask yourself, “Did it rain last night again?” But it was not rainfall; it was dewfall.

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FAN INTO FLAMES

Day 7 of the Fasting and Prayer Programme

Scripture Reading: 2 Timothy 1:6
Today, the Bible strongly tells us to stoke the fire within us, to fan that flame to the point that the gifts of the Holy Spirit within us will be actively released to bless those around us.

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NURTURING YOUR SPIRITUAL GIFTS

Day 6 of the Fasting and Prayer Programme Scripture Reading: Romans 12:6 FAITH. Rom. 12:3, 6; Acts 6:5-8; Gal. 3:5; James 1:5-8. Brethren, there is a direct link between your measure of faith and the operations of the gifts of the Holy Spirit. The operations of the...

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THE PROPER USE OF SPIRITUAL GIFTS

Day 5 of the Fasting and Prayer Programme Scripture Reading: 1 Peter 4:10 Spiritual discipline can be described as behaviour that facilitate spiritual growth. The only way to continually grow spiritually is dying to self. Dying to self and totally living for Christ is...

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