Thursday, March 6, 2014

DAY 655 - Kneeling to Pray Is The Key to Experience God's Love (請按此處收聼廣東話Cantonese podcast click here)

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     Paul concludes the first half of his letter to the Ephesians with a powerful way to pray, or perhaps the most powerful way to pray. You need to know this powerful secret - Kneeling down to pray.(verse 14)

Bishop N.T. Wright says ( ) :
      People sometimes say that in a letter like Ephesians the first half is 'doctrine' and the second half is 'ethics'  - half of the letter on what to believe , half on how to behave.  But in fact, as a glance back through the first three chapters will reveal, much of Ephesians 1-3 is not 'teaching' so much as prayer…
     That is what Paul's prayer here is all about.  Essentially, it is a prayer that the young Christians may discover the heart of what it means to be a Christian.  It means knowing God as the all-loving, all-powerful father;  it means putting down roots into that love - or, changing the picture, having that love as the rock-solid foundation for every aspect of one's life. 
N.T. Wright. Paul for Everyone:Te Prison Letters. Louisville,KY: Westminster John Knox Press, 2004, p.39, 40.

     How can Paul's kneeling down to pray inspire your way of praying? How can you pray more, especially kneeling to pray more? 
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Spiritual Journal

    The title I heard from Jesus today is: Kneeling to pray is the key to experience God's love

    What I got from Jesus today is a confirmation of the vision I received on June 27 last year. I clearly remember that day Jesus told me to start kneeling down to pray for at least three minutes a day and to encourage as much as I can to others to do the same way.

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    I truly believe that our Lord Jesus Christ urge you to join this campaign to kneel down to pray for at least three minutes a day starting now. As a personal testimony, I have knelt down to pray at least three minutes since then until now. And, I know that many brothers and sisters start to do that since last June. The fruit is that our church has experienced quite a number of major miracles since then.

     Why don't you try for 40 days and see what will happen? Why 40 days? Well, it is just a complete cycle following Jesus example and quite a number of Christian way of spiritual exercise. Join us now, please! 
Dear Lord Jesus,
Lead us to be willing to kneel down to pray for at least three minutes a day so that we can experience the power of your love in a new way. In Jesus name we pray. Amen.

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