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Devotional: God Initiates

  • posted by: Greater Europe Mission
  • posted in: Various Countries
  • posted on: October 29, 2014
Image:  And Samuel said, "Speak, for Your servant is listening." (1 Samuel 3:10 NAS95) Samuel knew he heard someone, but he did not recognize the voice. Maybe Eli called? Samuel entered Eli's room twice before he received the guidance necessary to recognize the Lord's speech. I find it interesting that Eli told Samuel to have the posture of listening to the Lord. Oh sure, that sounds simple, but many in Scripture tended more toward discussing rather than listening. Samuel listened. What he heard was very difficult, but he responded with obedience. He surrendered to God's love by applying appropriately what he heard.
OCT

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Pray For Sweden

  • posted by: Greater Europe Mission
  • posted in: Sweden
  • posted on: October 27, 2014
Image:  Sweden is Northern Europe's largest and arguably most influential country. As the nation has become increasingly liberal and secularized, the Church has endorsed same-sex marriage, universalism, and has questioned the divine authority of the Bible.
OCT

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Devotional: God Alone

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  • posted in: Various Countries
  • posted on: October 22, 2014
Image:  Then Moses said, "I pray Thee, show me Thy glory!" (Exodus 33:18 NASB)
OCT

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Pray For Bonsia & Herzegovina

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  • posted in: Bosnia & Herzegovina
  • posted on: October 20, 2014
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OCT

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Devotional: A Night of Prayer

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  • posted in: Various Countries
  • posted on: October 16, 2014
Image:  "It was at this time that He went off to the mountain to pray, and He spent the whole night in prayer to God." Luke 6:12 (NAS95) Jesus clearly wanted time with His Father to consider the full weight of His upcoming decisions. Despite His busyness and the demands of ministry, He took a whole night to converse with His Father. Jesus had periodically experienced interruption from others when He sought communion with God, even in early morning hours. He wanted to guard against such interruptions, so He chose to go into seclusion at night when most people sleep.