Revelation was written to the churches that were being persecuted, to people who felt like God was not answering their prayers. It was written to tell them, and to tell us, that reality is more than what we see with our eyes. The word "Revelation" is Greek translation of the word, Apocalypse, which means unveiling. This book is about unveiling the unseen reality of not just the future, but also the present, SO THAT we can continue to be faithful to God even in midst of hardship, SO THAT we can overcome.
Prayer is at the heart our faith. Prayer is conversation with God. If the center of our life is our relationship with God, then, conversation with God—prayer—has to be at the heart of our life. This series will be both theological and practical. The goal of this series is to lead us to experience a Prayer-FULL life, a broader, deeper, and consistent prayer life.
|Mar 20 2016||Unanswered Prayers (Job 38)||Kevin Haah|
|Mar 13 2016||So You Wanna Whoop The Devil? (Various Passages)||T. C. Moore|
|Mar 6 2016||Praying Like the Psalmists:Cry for Mercy (Psalm 130)||Kevin Haah|
|Feb 28 2016||Praying Like The Psalmists: Praying Raw (Psalm 126)||Kevin Haah|
|Feb 21 2016||Does God Pray? (Exodus 33:1-3, 12-23; 34:5-7)||Cindy Lee|
|Feb 14 2016||Dark Night of the Soul (Various Passages)||Kevin Haah|