Here is another Spiritual Warfare teaching, but on a most important topic, prayer. I hope they are beneficial and helpful to you.
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Spiritual Warfare Teaching on Prayers
Meditate on God’s Word
Many Christians struggle daily to live according to God’s word. But we need daily nourishment. That is why it is important to read your bible daily; even if it is a few verses and meditate on them.
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Denise N. Fyffe is a published author of over 40 fiction and non-fiction books. She is also a trainer and mentors aspiring writers towards achieving their goals.
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3 thoughts on “Watch: Spiritual Warfare Teaching on Prayers”
It took awhile for me to read daily, but I have been for a while now. I read the Bible for me, and I take notes, writing down verses that are promises, and encouraging. I came by again, but sometimes this is not just a whim. I encourage you to keep writing. Pray over the New Year, and give God praise for this one.
Thank you. Yes, I feel called to do so and to recommit to getting it done daily. I write a lot and have several websites. Another being http://www.theislandjournal.com which is the mainstay and covers more diverse topics.
2021 into 2022 I am recommitting to producing content as I did in the beginning, almost daily. Along with the books. I just released another book Revealing the Truth about Depression and Suicide, which is available on http://www.amazon.com .
I have so many books I have not finished in over 7-10 years. So, I am working to get them done, so God doesn’t have to ask my why my work is incomplete. I know he is faithful to help me nad is the source for all the knowledge. 🙂
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I have written 6 books, but I never published them outside of Word Press. I wanted to present a novel with a Christian comparison to one who isn’t a believer. I used to read someone who would make you want to read the word by the time she was through with her novel. She wrote about 52 of them, and I would read them as a teen. My father pointed them out to me. They were full of romance, but the comparison between the godly, and those who didn’t know Him was for our good. This author sat to write, and didn’t get up until she was finished. Then she would start again, but it took her three days or so to write what was on her mind, and on her heart. I was greatly influenced by her as a growing teen. Thank God my father knew about this one. By the time I finally finished her book, I was yearning to get my Bible and read it for me. I lost that somewhere, but now I read it for myself. I am not trying to make anyone else read it, but it is God’s Word to us. I want to finish the 6th time and take credit for having mostly finished it this year,