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Celui qui gagne les âmes est sage La vision 400 motive...merci pasteur La conscience du royaume Ce paris 93

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La vision 400 est effective ..merci pasteur pour la France et l Europe car un air nouveau est arrivé Ce paris 93

J'ai une seule direction..vers le haut Alléluia Ce paris 93

Ma foi est en action car je sais que celui qui est est en moi est plus fort que celui qui est dans le monde Ce paris 93

Je suis plus que vainqueur.ahahaha j aime la parole de Dieu Merci pasteur chris Ma vie est un témoignage alleluiaa

Le saint esprit est le capitaine de ma vie . Je suis consciente de sa présence et je le laisse me guider dans tout Ce paris 93

Crees ce que tu veux dans le règne de l esprit et apportes le dans le physique par la prière Ce paris 93

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Mon expansion est évident...merci seigneur Ce paris

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Celui qui gagne les âmes est sage..un peuple sans vision périt Glory tout god Ce paris Rofra

Aies des attitudes positives pour répondre aux situations négatives de la vie...merci pastor Chris Ce paris More grace

Avec ma considération mon respect pour cet homme de Dieu qui a impacté ma vie bonaberi hbd pastor plus de grâce. .nous t aimons.

Happy birthday Pastor sir,your flourishing knows no bounds#ewcavz4#cebonaberi#PNrocks

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L'humilité commence dans le coeur..humilies toi et pries. Le mois de la prière Ce paris

Décider de changer les mauvaises habitudes..important Merci pastor sir Ce paris

THE PRAYER OF FAITH ~ Pastor Chris Oyakhilome PhD As believers in Christ, our life is a life of faith. “Faith” is one of the outstanding virtues that distinguish us from the unbeliever. For it’s by faith that we accepted God’s gracious salvation through Christ, thereby receiving eternal life (the God-kind of life) into our spirits. Our walk with God is a walk of faith. In Romans 1:16-17, Apostle Paul stated, “For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth... For therein is the righteousness of God revealed from faith to faith: as it is written, The just shall live by faith.” This scripture thus confirms faith as a great underlying factor at the core of our existence as believers. “But without faith it is impossible to please him…” (Hebrews 11:6). In our prayer life, the principle of faith holds sway in a significant context. The prayer of faith is one among the different kinds of prayer, and it has its peculiar rules and requirements. This prayer involves making a request to God and speaking to circumstances in order to make them conform to our desires, without doubts in our hearts. In Mark 11:22, Jesus counselled His disciples to “…HAVE FAITH IN GOD.” But it’s interesting to know that the literal translation of His statement actually reads, “HAVE THE FAITH OF GOD.” In other words, have the God-kind of faith. When you understand this kind of faith the Lord Jesus was talking about and learn how to operate in it, you’ll become well-equipped and ready to get results through your prayer of faith. I’ve taught extensively on the subject of different kinds of faith in another book: “How to Make Your Faith Work.” But let’s see what Jesus says here about having the faith of God. In the subsequent verses following His profound statement, Jesus went on to tell us something so vital about the God-kind of faith.“And Jesus answering saith unto them, Have faith in God. For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall ‘believe’ that those things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he saith. Therefore Isay unto you, What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, ‘believe’ that ye receive them, and ye shall have them” (Mark 11:22-24). The Master repeatedly uses the word “believe,” emphasizing to us that “believing” is a fundamental requirement for having our desires met when we pray. Thus, one crucial question to ask at this point would be: What does it mean to believe? You’ve got to understand that the Christian concept of “believing” is different from the unbeliever’s idea of “believing.” Anybody can believe a thing; the Bible says, “Thou believest that there is one God; thou doest well: the devils also believe, and tremble. But wilt thou know, O vain man, that faith without works is dead?” (James 2:19-20). You can see that even the demons “believe”, but what distinguishes your “believing” as a child of God is your “works.” And this is the type of “believing” Jesus was referring to in Mark 11:23-24—the believing that acts and takes possession. “Therefore I say unto you, What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, ‘believe’ that ye receive them, and ye shall have them” (Mark 11:24).  Notice Jesus didn’t say, “When you pray, wait until you get your request before you believe.” Rather, he told us to believe that we receive right at the point of praying, and we would have our request. This is faith! Faith means “I have it, though I may not see it with my physical eyes now.” Therefore, “to believe” in the context of Jesus’ teaching in Mark 11:23-24 doesn’t connote an individual living in the realm of hope; rather, it talks about a possessor—one who accepts that something “exists,” and thus “acts as such.” Culled from "HOW TO PRAY EFFECTIVELY VOLUME ONE" #HowToPrayEffectively #MonthOfPrayer #cephzone3

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