Celebration Sunday 6

Oh, let us believe, let us conceive, let us burn with intense desire, and we shall see the great and mighty things which prayer has brought already, and which it will yet bring to pass in the closing days of the Christian dispensation.
— A. B. Simpson

The six Sundays are not counted among the forty days of Lent because each Sunday represents a “mini-Easter” – a celebration of Jesus’ victory over sin and death. With this in mind, let’s pause today to celebrate the opportunities we have had this week for deeper intimacy with Jesus.

Let us also consider during this time of celebration that we are actively participating in this journey together, in community, with thousands of others. Lets encourage one another, and inspire each other with thoughts and ideas as we celebrate together what the Lord has graciously done for us.

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Edition 3: Day 29

A Reflection on Prayerlessness

Edition 3: Day 30

Selfless Intercession

Edition 3: Day 31

Ministry from above

Edition 3 :Day 32

Proclamation Prayer

Edition 3: Day 33

Prayer, Refugees, and Global Impact

Edition 3: Day 34

What Jesus Is Doing Right Now

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