Prayer Watches by Chuck Pierce
Taken from Chuck Pierce’s book, “Reordering your Day”, we have started with the first watch in this Lenten season. Each night we will be praying from 6 PM to 9 PM and we ask you to join us. We are seeking the Father in repentance as well as revelation. We repent for those things we may or may not know. We are seeking revelation for the next strategy for the ministry. During this time, we are also praying for those who have needs such as healing or provision. We are also asking the Lord what is on His heart.
God thinks about me.
Food for Friday. During this Lenten season, I have been reading Psalm 40. This is from The Living Bible: "5 O Lord my God, many and many a time you have done great miracles for us, and we are ever in your thoughts. Who else can do such glorious things? No one else can be compared with you. There isn’t time to tell of all your wonderful deeds."
Reflect, Clean, Move Forward
Recently I was challenged to do some clean up on my social media sites. I was getting bogged down with how to maintain contact with all of these contacts. Over the years, I have accumulated many business acquaintances. I would add them to my page thinking someday we would have a working relationship. In this season of reflection, I went through my list.
Breaking down the Generational Walls
This week my father sent our staff an article he wrote, lamenting how his and his father’s generations had dishonored their children’s feelings. The phrase, “For crying out loud!” he said, summed it up. As I read, another phrase from that era came to mind: “Because I said so!” Sometimes we deserved the rebuke.
What working on puzzles can teach you – Be still
Be still. Know. I am God. Simple words, not so easy to do. What does this really mean? This morning after worship and prayer, I sat down to work on a puzzle. As I sifted through the pieces, I realized this is like therapy to me. It seems like the Lord was using this to speak to my heart.