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Thanking God in faith immediately catches God’s ear.4 By thanking God in advance with our entire heart and soul, we ensure our prayer will be answered.5 If the life of Christ with the Father by the Spirit is living and working in us, we shall have the things we pray for.6
When the multitudes of people came to Jesus for healing, some individuals were extremely thankful.7 They knew if they could get to Him they would surely be healed.8 When four stretcher bearers climbed above the crowd onto a roof, tore it off, and lowered a man with the palsy in front of Jesus,9 they were thanking God every moment for that which they knew by faith they were going to receive. God in one moment can do more for us than we could do for ourselves in a thousand lifetimes. The man was not only healed, he was also forgiven of his former sins and on his way to Heaven rather than to Hell.10 The supernatural realm was wide open. Christ with the Father heard him, delivered him from the palsy, and saved his soul as well.11
Feigned words from an insincere heart are worthless in the sight of God.12 Only a heart that believes God and cries unto Him for deliverance shall be delivered.13 In that person, God is able to do "exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us" (Eph. 3:20). This is His immortal life with all His power. We have as much of God’s power in us as we believe He has given us.14 We have as much to thank God for as we believe He has given us. If we have nothing, it is because we don’t ask. We do not receive if we do not ask (Jas. 4:2). Some of us, when we ask, "ask, and receive not, because [we] ask amiss," (Jas. 4:3) That means we asked without first thanking the Lord for it, showing both God and mankind that we had no faith that we would receive that which we asked for. "For let not that man think that he shall receive any thing of the Lord [without faith]" (Jas. 1:7). "Without faith it is impossible to please Him: for he that cometh to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of them that diligently seek Him" (Heb. 11:6).
Another reason people don’t see any results from prayer is because God is not living or working in them.15 If we have faith, we will not only be alive in God, God will be alive in us.16 He will be working His works through us by using our bodies.17 The Apostle James stated, "I will show thee my faith by my works" (Jas. 2:18), and "Faith without works is dead" (Jas. 2:20). We must first have the faith with works, then be thankful to the Lord when we pray for what we know we are about to receive from Him.
The woman who had an issue of blood continuously for twelve years had suffered a great deal under the care of many physicians. She had spent all the money she had, yet she only grew worse.18 When she heard of the many miracles Jesus had performed for others, great faith with a great thankfulness came into her heart. She believed if she could but touch the hem of His garment, she would be totally healed at last. The faith and thankfulness she had kept rising up before God while she muscled her way from the back of the crowd to get to Jesus. She believed without a doubt that she already had the healing. When she got close enough to Jesus, she stretched forth her hand and touched the hem of His garment. She then was healed, as she thankfully believed she was.19
Christ was the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit from birth.20 He also had a human body and was the Son of man at birth.21 Before His ascension, His human body, which embodied the fullness of the Godhead, was translated, and Christ, the second Adam, was made a "life-giving Spirit" (I Cor. 15:45).22 He can now dispense Himself, the fullness of God, into our spirits, into every willing, believing, human body.23 After we receive this immortal, Pentecostal, life-giving experience, He will be much closer to us than He was with His disciples when they walked on earth with Him.24 Today He, the life-giving Spirit, not only walks within our human spirits, but if we seek Him daily He will grow to maturity, to the fullness of Himself, in our human spirits, making us fully one with Him.25 There is no other way He could be closer to His disciples, no other way that we could call ourselves sons of God, God-humans, and human Deity, and no other way we could be one with Him.26
Today, if we have the same faith as the woman with the issue of blood, we shall be healed more quickly than she was. This is because we don’t have to travel to His geographical location like she and all those at that time had to do, nor do we have to muscle our way through a crowd, as she did, to get close enough to touch Him. He, the life-giving Spirit, has now become the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, the fullness of the Godhead embodied within the bodies of all those who are regenerated, saved, and consecrated unto Him. There’s no way that humanity can get closer to God than this. We are actually heirs and joint-heirs with Him.27 We have become one with God by uniting our human spirits to His divine Spirit.28 We are His body, His temple, the house where He works and lives. Let all of us rejoice and be very thankful!
Around thirty-three years ago, when I was approximately two years old in the Lord, my now deceased wife, Susan, and I were living in Zuma Beach, California, just off of the Pacific Coast Highway. We lived on a steep mountainside overlooking beautiful homes and the Pacific Ocean. One day I had a splitting headache. I started walking out the door to go to a small market on Pacific Coast Highway for some aspirin. The Lord clearly spoke to me, stating, "If the aspirins are stronger than Me, then go to work for the aspirin company." I thought that was the funniest thing I had heard in my life. I told Him, "Thank You, Father. I will never take another aspirin. Heal my headache." He instantly took it away. Since then, there has never been anyone with a headache, including people with migraines, that didn’t get their headache or all body aches in fact, taken away immediately when I pray for them.
Around six years ago, my new wife had a horrible migraine headache, so bad that she was vomiting. I began praying for her and the headache didn’t go away. It was hard for me to believe that she wasn’t instantly healed. After running hot water in the tub with her standing in it and it still not going away, I prayed to the Lord and asked, "What is the matter? Why are You not healing her headache? This is the first time this has ever happened." The Lord told me, "Because she is unthankful." I immediately told her what He said. She confessed that she was bitter about different things that were happening. She said she was really unthankful for the things that she didn’t have instead of thanking God for what she had. I told her, "Listen to me. Start thanking the Lord for what you have. Look at this beautiful boy we have, and look at all the other blessings God has given us. Start thinking of all the things you should be thankful to the Lord for. You’re saved, you’re an heir and a joint-heir with Christ, you have eternal life in the kingdom of God, and you are one with Christ, the Father, and the Holy Spirit. Many of the things that you desire would be yours if you only thanked God for them from your heart. What you really want now is for God to end the terrible pain of this migraine headache. The supernatural, miraculous realm will open up and you will immediately be healed." She started methodically thanking the Lord and itemizing all the things that she had to be thankful for, such as the fact that she’s not going to Hell. She began praising and thanking the Lord. The Holy Spirit of Christ with the Father welled up in both of us. The room we were in filled up with the supernatural power of God. I began thanking the Lord: "Thank You, Father, for healing her now." She, of course, was instantly healed. Her migraine headache was totally gone. "All things [good things and seemingly bad things] work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose" (Rom. 8:28).
During tribulations we must thank God, for tribulations bring us the excellent virtue of patience.29 Also, being truly thankful keeps the supernatural, miraculous world open, which keeps miracles constantly coming our way.30 Thank the Lord when the fiery darts of trials, false accusations, and all other manner of persecutions come to you.31 It is only at these times that you will see how powerful our armor is, how durable God’s life and power is within us, how quickly every fiery dart from the wicked one, Satan, can be quenched by the wielding of the sword, the Word of God, and how quickly God will turn the sickness, the illness, the disease, the persecution, the disasters, and the lack of food, clothing, and housing into glorious victories.32 See for yourself by doing what the Bible tells you. In the supernatural world "ALL things are possible" (Matt. 19:26).33 Jesus constantly thanked the Father and rebuked the devil, just as He did on the Mount of Temptation.34 He always kept the supernatural realm open unto Himself so that others might be blessed by Him as they needed it.35
"Enter into His [the Lord’s] gates with thanksgiving, and into His courts with praise: be thankful unto Him, and bless His name" (Psa. 100:4). We must first get to the gates of the kingdom of Heaven by thanksgiving before we enter them in prayer. Enter His courts with praise and be thankful to Him for that which you are about to receive, the answer to your request, your petition, your prayer. Bless His name.36 Do all these with your whole heart and see how quickly His answer will come unto you.37
It is impossible, even for those who are saved, to receive miracles from the Father without being thankful.38 You may have believed in Christ unto salvation, but if you have sickness, disease, infirmities, or other problems, you must also believe in Christ’s Words regarding deliverance from these problems.39 Otherwise, you will not be delivered from them.
By belief in Christ’s every Word we are saved, and by doubting any of His Words we are damned.40 This is because Christ is the Word of God made of flesh,41 the very definition of God.42 God Himself, who in Heaven embodied Himself in His Word,43 now embodies Himself in faithful human bodies.44 "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved" (Acts 16:31). God, the Word made flesh,45 also states, "With His stripes we are healed" (Isa. 53:5).46 Christ said, "He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned" (Mark 16:16).47 "All things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive" (Matt. 21:22). "Whatsoever ye shall ask in My name, that will I do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son. If ye shall ask any thing in My name, I will do it" (John 14:13-14). This means we who have been redeemed and are allowing Him to do His will in and through us will receive everything we ask God for that will give glory unto Him because Christ, God made flesh,48 is the truth,49 and the truth in what He states shall come to pass, thus glorifying Him. God says, "Before they call, I will answer; and while they are yet speaking, I will hear" (Isa. 65:24). If you are thankful and believe you are healed, He has healed you. I am so thankful that God enlightens us with these tremendous truths. However, we must receive these truths and experience them in order to be benefited by them.
Many people believe that the most spectacular miracle performed by Christ, the first God-man, the Chief Cornerstone of all others to follow while He was here on earth, was when He called Lazarus forth from out of his tomb after he had been dead for four days.50 Christ knew the Father would not have raised Lazarus unless Christ first gave thanks unto the Father. We must first be one with Christ, then follow Him, follow His directions, do what His Word tells us. We must be one with Him. If we are, He will be doing the same things in and through us as He did in the human body He lived in approximately two thousand years ago.51
Christ gave thanks and prayer to the Father before He first reunited Lazarus’ dead body with Lazarus’ never to die, living spirit, then called it to come forth.52 Jesus, standing before Lazarus’ tomb, "lifted up His eyes, and said, Father, I THANK THEE that Thou hast heard Me" (John 11:41). The Father in Jesus had already told Jesus to say the words, "Lazarus, come forth" (John 11:43). Jesus always kept the supernatural realm open by giving thanks to His Father for spiritual direction while He was in His humbled human body as well as giving thanks to His Father for miracles He, with the Father, knew He would perform.53 Jesus knew beyond a shadow of doubt that Lazarus was going to come forth the minute He uttered the words the Father gave Him.
Jesus then "cried with a loud voice, Lazarus, come forth. And he that was dead came forth, bound hand and foot with graveclothes: and his face was bound about with a napkin." Jesus was told by the heavenly Father to say, "Loose him, and let him go" (John 11:41-44). Notice these great things came about by Jesus first giving thanks unto the Father for what the Father told Him to ask for. God would never tell us to ask for something that He wasn’t about to give us. Therefore, give thanks when you hear Him tell you what it is He wants you to pray for, because you know you will receive it.54 You will have it simply because you obeyed His instructions regarding faith and thankfulness. While you’re praying, you know you will have what you are thanking and praising Him for. We thank Him, not only because thankfulness opens up the supernatural realm, but because we know God the Word is the truth.55 We know for sure we’re going to receive what we ask for because He promised we will.56 We must thank Him because we are truly communicating with our Creator and our Redeemer, our Lord, the Almighty God.57 This gives us the greatest faith that the miracle that we’re asking for will take place since the voice of God, the Word we are hearing, is literally God, the Lord Jesus Christ, He who said, "I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life" (John 14:6). We can most certainly believe we have anything we are thanking God for at the same time we’re praying for it.58
The pattern of first thanking God before we pray for something is again demonstrated by Christ when He fed the five thousand plus women and children on the mountain with only two small fishes and five barley loaves. The scripture states that Jesus took five barley loaves "and when He had [simply] given thanks, He distributed to the disciples, and the disciples to them that were set down; and likewise of the fishes as much as they would." When the multitude was "filled, He said unto His disciples, Gather up the fragments that remain, that nothing be lost. Therefore they gathered them together, and filled twelve baskets with the fragments of the five barley loaves, which remained over and above unto them that had eaten" (John 6:11-13).
Paul the apostle commands every disciple, "Be ye thankful" (Col. 3:15). Again, Paul tells us we must give "thanks always for all things unto God and the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ" (Eph. 5:20). Then and only then can we expect His marvelous, supernatural, heavenly miracles. Forget about the hypocritical humans who will not unite their spirits to the immortal Spirit of God.59 Forget about carnality.60 Forget about the lusts of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life.61 Forget about all the lusts of the world, sin, Satan, and death.62 Our Lord with the Father by the Spirit living in you conquered all these.63 He shall mortify all these lusts within you by His Spirit living and growing in you every moment of every day through your obedience and thankfulness unto Him.64 "If ye through the Spirit do mortify [deaden] the deeds of the body, ye shall live" (Rom. 8:13).
Through Christ living and working in us and through our thankfulness, God’s Spirit will cause us to live spiritually above the realm of this world even though we are in it.65 We never think of suicide, as many of the people of the world do, for we know we’d be in the eternal torments of Hell if we did.66 We’d never think of committing adultery or fornication with anyone, as the people of the world do, because we know the penalty for this would be an eternity in Hell.67 The time of the end of the world is at hand.68
"The abomination that maketh desolate," mentioned by the prophet Daniel and by our Lord Jesus Christ, is clearly at hand.69 In other words, the entire world system has proven itself to be "anti-Christ." We know this because every unit of the world system has shown itself to be ANTI-CHRISTIAN. It will show itself to be anti-Christ and anti-Christian more and more strongly as we move closer to the end of time.70 God’s plagues shall accelerate also and destroy every one of them.71 He shall surely show them how stupid they were for thinking themselves strong enough to fight God and win.72 Those of us in this end of time ministry must trust God the Word to do what He says He will do. If we don’t, we won’t be in Heaven. Jesus said, "He that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved" (Mark 13:13). He that shall not continue in God, the Word, is anti-Christ.73 Jesus commands us to "occupy till [He] come[s]" (Luke 19:13).
Christ, the life-giving Spirit who again is the fullness of the Godhead,74 is not merely living and working through us as we walk with Him on this earth. We, at this very moment, are sitting with Him in heavenly places because of our oneness with Him. He "hath raised us up together, and made us sit together in heavenly places in Christ Jesus" (Eph. 2:6). "[He] hast made us unto our God kings and priests: and we shall reign on the earth" (Rev. 5:10).75 Shouldn’t we continue praising and thanking the Lord for these wonderful, great, and mighty truths in His Word? The Apostle John said, "Young men [young Christians]...ye have overcome the wicked one" (I John 2:13).76 Should we not be constantly thankful to the Lord for His great power, which is constantly living in us and through us? Jesus commands us, "Be of good cheer; I have overcome the world" (John 16:33). Should we not constantly be thankful for Him conquering the world system, sin, Satan, death, Hell, and the grave?77
If your desire is to have eternal life through Christ with the Father by the Spirit living in you, to have God’s power within you every moment of every day, and to continue to receive God’s power from God the Word daily78 while living in Christ’s supernatural realm, then say this prayer, continue serving God, and be thankful to Him for all of His many wonders and gifts until the end of time.
My Lord and my God, have mercy upon my soul, a sinner. 1 I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of the Living God. 2 I believe that He died on the cross and shed His precious blood for the forgiveness of all my sins. 3 I believe that God raised Jesus from the dead by the power of the Holy Spirit 4 and that He sits on the right hand of God at this moment, hearing my confession of sin and this prayer. 5 I open up the door of my heart and I invite You into my heart, Lord Jesus. 6 Wash all of my filthy sins away in the precious blood that You shed in my place on the cross at Calvary. 7 You will not turn me away, Lord Jesus, You will forgive my sins and save my soul. I know because Your Word, the Bible says so. 8 Your Word says that You will turn no one away, and that includes me. 9 Therefore, I know that You have heard me, and I know that You have answered me, and I know that I am saved. 10 And I thank You, Lord Jesus, for saving my soul, and I will show my thankfulness by doing as You command and sin no more. 11
You've just completed the first step in a series of five steps which are necessary to receive salvation. Your second step is to deny yourself and take up the cross daily for the purpose of mortifying yourself, that is, for putting to death your own will, your soulful self, and the world with all of its lusts. All these must be baptized into the death of Christ.
Step three is your resurrection from the satanic life of Adam unto the sinless life of Christ. Step four is your ascension into a position of authority to reign for God on earth, and the fifth step is to reign for God on earth to the end for the purpose of bringing about the kingdom of Heaven on earth. You must learn the Word of God, then submit yourself and do what the Word says, so that the Church and the world may see evidence of your submission to God's Word, His order, and His authority in and by you.
Praise the Lord. May God reward you abundantly.
Pastor Tony Alamo
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1 I Chron. 16:4, 7-37, 23:30, 29:13, Psa. 95:2, 100:4, John 11:41-42, Rom. 1:8, Phlp. 4:6, Col. 4:2, I Thes. 5:17-18, I Tim. 2:1, II Tim. 1:3 return
2 Matt. 15:36, John11:41, II Chron. 20:21-24 return
3 Luke 1:37, 18:27 return
4 Matt. 9:22, 17:20, 21:21-22, Luke 8:50, Rom. 5:1-2, Heb. 4:2, 6:12, 10:22-23, 38-39, 11:1, 6, 32-39, Jas. 1:6 return
5 Deut. 4:29, II Chron. 20:18-23, Psa. 119:2, Jer. 29:13 return
6 Luke 18:7-8, John 9:31, 14:12-14, 15:16, 16:24-27 return
7 Luke 5:17-25, 17:12-16, John 4:46-53 return
8 Matt. 4:23-24, 8:8, 13, 16, 9:27-30, 12:15, 15:30-31, 21:14, Mark 3:10, 5:23-29, 38-39, 41-42, 10:47-52, Luke 4:40, 5:15, 6:17-19, 9:11 return
9 Mark 2:1-5, 11-12 return
10 Mark 2:5 return
11 Mark 2:10-12 return
12 Isa. 29:13-14, Matt. 5:8, 6:5-8, 15:7-9, 23:14, Jas. 4:3 return
13 Psa. 18:50, 32:7, Joel 2:32 return
14 Matt. 21:21-22, Mark 9:23, Heb.11:1 return
15 Deut. ch. 28, Prov. 1:25-29, Ezek. 18:32, Matt. 23:13-39, 25:1-30, John 8:44, Rom. 1:21, 28, I Cor. 5:13, Titus 3:10, I John 2:15, Rev. 2:4 return
16 Eph. 3:16-17, 4:13-16, II Cor. 5:7, I John 3:24 return
17 John 15:4-8, I Cor. 3:16, Gal. 2:20, Eph. 2:10, Col. 2:6-7, Titus 2:14 return
18 Mark 5:25-26 return
19 Matt. 9:20-22, Mark 5:27-34 return
20 Isa. 9:6-7, Matt. 1:18, 20, 3:16-17, 4:1, 12:28, John 1:14, 34, 6:46, 7:29, 10:30, 14:7-11, 16-20, 16:32, 17:11, 21-23, 26 return
21 Isa. 9:6, Luke 2:11, John 1:14, Gal. 4:4, Heb. 2:16 return
22 John 12:24, 17:8, I Cor. 15:20-22 return
23 John 7:38-39, 14:16-20, 26, 15:26, Acts 1:8, Eph. 1:10-14, Col. 1:19-23, 2:9-10, II Pet. 1:3-4 return
24 John 16:5-7, Acts 2:2-3, 33, Rom. 8:11, II Cor. 6:16, Gal. 4:6, Eph. 3:16-19, Heb. 8:10, Rev. 3:20 return
25 John 6:51, 56-57, II Cor. 6:16, Eph. 4:12-14, Titus 2:14 return
26 John 14:16-23, 15:4-5, 17:21-23, 26, Rom. 8:14-17, Gal. 4:6-7, Heb. 7:19, I John 3:24, 4:13-16, Rev. 3:20 return
27 Rom. 8:16-17, Gal. 3:29, 4:4-7, Titus 3:7, Jas. 2:5 return
28 Jer. 23:23, I Cor. 3:16-17, Eph. 2:13-22 return
29 Luke 21:19, Rm. 5:3-5, II Thes. 1:4, Jas. 1:3, 5:10-11 return
30 Matt. 21:22, Mark 9:23, John 6:11-12, 11:41-42 return
31 Luke 6:22-23, Rom. 8:35-37, Jas. 1:2-4 return
32 I Cor. 15:57, Eph. 6:11-18 return
33 Mark 9:23, 10:27, 14:36, Luke 18:27 return
34 Matt. 4:3-11, 11:25, Luke 10:21, Zech. 3:2 return
35 Matt. 11:25, 15:36, 26:27, Mark 8:6, 14:23, John 11:41 return
36 Psa. 96:2, 100:4-5, 103:1. 145:1-2, 21 return
37 II Chron. 16:9, Psa. 9:1, 119:2, 138:1-3 return
38 Rom. 1:21, Phlp. 4:6, Col. 3:15 return
39 Mark 5:25-34 return
40 Deut. 8:3, Matt, 4:4, Mark 16:16 return
41 John 1:1, 14, I Tim. 3:6, Rev. 19:13 return
42 John 1:1, Rom. 10:17, Gen. ch. 1, Psa. 33:9, John 1:3, 4:24, Col. 1:16-17, Heb. 1:3, Rev. 19:12-13 return
43 John 1:1, 8:16, 29, 16:32, Col. 2:2-4 return
44 John 6:56,14:10-11, 16-18, I Cor. 3:16, I John 2:23 return
45 John 1:1, 14 return
46 I Pet. 2:24 return
47 Mark 16:16, John 3:17-21, Rom. 10:9-13, Heb. ch. 11, Jas. 1:6-7 return
48 John 1:14 return
49 John 14:6 return
50 John 11:38-45 return
51 Matt. 10:7-8, Mark 16:15, 17-18, John 15:8-17, II Cor. 5:17-20 return
52 John 11:41 return
53 Matt. 11:25, 15:36, John 11:41, Phlp. 2:8 return
54 Rom. 8:26, I John 5:14-15 return
55 John 14:6 return
56 Psa. 145:18, Jer. 29:12, 33:3, Matt. 7:7-11, 21:22, Mark 11:22-24, John 14:13-14, 15:7 return
57 Neh. 12:27, Dan. 2:23, Acts 27:35, II Cor. 9:11, Eph. 2:12-18, 5:20, Col. 2:7, 3:15, 4:2, I Thes. 2:13, II Thes. 1:3, I Tim. 1:12, Heb. 13:15 return
58 Isa. 65:24, Matt. 17:20, 21:22, John 16:24 return
59 I Pet. 2:1-2, 4:1-7, I Cor. 10:20-21, II Cor. 6:14-17 return
60 Matt. 13:22, Rom. 8:5-8, 13, Eph. 5:11 return
61 John 12:25, Rom. 8:12-13, I John 2:15-17 return
62 Gal. 5:16-24, I Thes. 4:3-5, II Pet. 1:4, I John 2:16-17 return
63 John 16:32, Rom. 8:1-4, 37, I Cor. 6:14, Eph. 1:18-22, 4:6, I John 2:14-17, 4:4 return
64 Rom. 1:5, 8:13, II Cor. 10:4-6, Gal. 5:24, I Pet. 1:22-23 return
65 John 14:16-21, 15:4-5, 7, 11, 19, 17:21-23, 26, Rom. 8:9-11, 14, 16-17, I Cor. 6:17, Gal. 2:20, Eph. 2:6, I John 3:24, 4:13 return
66 Prov. 15:24, Matt. 3:12, 7:13, 13:38-42, 49-50, 25:30, 41, 46, Luke 3:17 return
67 Prov. 2:16-19, 5:3-5, 20-23, 6:24-29, 32, 7:21-23, 9:13-18, Matt. 5:28, 32, Luke 16:23-26, Rom. 1:29, 32, I Cor. 6:15-18, 10:8, Gal. 5:19-21, Col. 3:5-6, II Thes. 1:7-9, Heb. 12:16-17, Jude 7 Rev. 20:15, 21:8 return
68 Matt. 3:2, Luke 21:7-36, Rom. 13:11-14, II Thes. 2:1-12, I Pet. 4:7, Rev. 1:3, 22:6-7, 10-15, 20 return
69 Dan. 11:31, 12:11, Matt. 24:15, Mark 13:14-20 return
70 Dan. 7:23-27, Matt. 10:16-23, 24:8-12, 21-22, Luke 6:22-23, John 15:18-19, 16:1-2, 17:14, II Cor. 4:8-11, Gal. 4:29, II Tim. 3:12-13, Jas. 4:4, Rev. 6:9-11, 7:14, 13:2-7, 11-17, 17:3-6 return
71 Rev. 8:7-13, ch. 9, 11:3-6, 18, ch. 16 return
72 Exod. 15:6-7, 11-12, I Sam. 2:10, Psa. 46:5-11, 76:6-12, Isa. 40:12-18, 21-26, Nah 1:2-6, Heb. 12:29 return
73 John 6:66, I John 2:18-19, 22, 4:2-3, II John 7 return
74 Col. 1:19, 2:9 return
75 I Pet. 2:9-10 return
76 I John 4:4 return
77 Rom. 7:23-25, 6:17, I Cor. 15:51-57, II Cor. 2:14, Phlp. 4:6, Col. 1:3, 12, 2:7, 3:15-17, 4:2, I Thes. 2:13, 5:18, I Tim. 1:12, 2:1, Heb. 13:15, Rev. 1:18, 19:1-3 return
78 Rom. 8:31, 37, II Cor. 4:10-12, Phlp. 4:13, Col. 1:27 return
"Prayer" Footnotes:return to top
1. Psa. 51:5, Rom. 3:10-12, 23 return
2. Matt. 26:63-64, 27:54, Luke 1:30-33, John 9:35-37, Rom. 1:3-4 return
3. Acts 4:12, 20:28, Rom. 3:25, I John 1:7, Rev. 5:9 return
4. Psa. 16:9-10, Matt. 28:5-7, Mark 16:9, John 2:19, 21, 10:17-18, 11:25, Acts 2:24, 3:15, Rom. 8:11, I Cor. 15:3-6 return
5. Luke 22:69, Acts 2:25-36, Heb. 10:12-13 return
6. Rom. 8:11, I Cor. 3:16, Rev. 3:20 return
7. Eph. 2:13-22, Heb. 9:22, 13:12, 20-21, I John 1:7, Rev. 1:5, 7:14 return
8. Matt. 26:28, Acts 2:21, 4:12, Eph. 1:7, Col. 1:14 return
9. Rom. 10:13, Jas. 4:2-3 return
10. Heb. 11:6 return
11. John 8:11, I Cor. 15:10, Rev. 7:14, 22:14 return
12. John 14:6 return
13. Acts 4:12 return