- Conference Call Praying Update March 20, 2013
A few comments from the MWF Conference Call Praying Group. Try joining us. We are on at 7:00 am (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) and are completed by about 7:30 am.
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From CH in Georgia, Feb. 1:
Thank you brother. I enjoyed the time. I will be on regularly
From RG in Indiana, Feb. 1:
Thank you Mark for leading this sweet half-hour time of prayer over the phone! I appreciate hearing the hearts of those who join us as they pray and praise God. Just added some new. Continue seeking His face. We’re never disappointed when we do so!
From BE in N Carolina Feb. 13:
I love you , Mark. It’s blessing me being a part of this prayer group.God bless you…
From CD in Georgia, Feb. 14:
I’ve missed the calls. I’m hanging in there!! Hope y’all are doing great!
Back and Forth Conversation between me and JT in Alabama on Mar. 1:
Heard from a friend today, who said that these conference call prayers are teaching him to pray more personally, instead of, “Lord, we…” he is now praying more, “Lord, I…”
This is the kind if stuff that thrills my heart!
Didn’t really think about it until I read this post, but I have found myself speaking in the “I” rather than the “we” lately too. What a blessing.
Back and Forth Conversation between me and BE in N Carolina and JT in Alabama on Mar. 6:
I love the fact that while 5 people did most of the praying, we had 7 people on the phone. I love that people can get on the phone, and just listen in. Sometimes technology is good!
I’m thankful too. I love being on the phone praying with you guys.
There are times when silent prayer is golden. A couple of times last week my cell connection was terrible. Too avoid losing a connection while praying I decided to just listen and what a blessing to hold on to each word as The Lord hovered over these men of God. Thank You Lord for this CTMPrayer group.
Back and Forth Conversation between BE in N Carolina and JT in Alabama on
I’m so blessed to be a part of this ministry and praying with these men. Never met them, but feel connected to them. As my former pastor would say “Its a God thing”.
I agree with you. I so look forward to the three days we join in praising our Lord. How Great He is. When I have to miss a day I have an empty space in my heart and I pray like crazy will driving to fill the void . God bless you brother. Looking forward to Monday. Oh yea:) God bless all those in our group and an extra blessing on Mark, who listened when God spoke for him to gather us.
Back and Forth Conversation between BE in N. Carolina, JT in Alabama and LT in Maryland on Mar. 18:
Those times of silence were reverential and a form of listening prayer in the presence of Jesus.
Amen! I find it hard for me to be silent when praying, yet I know it pleases the Lord to sit in silence before Him.I think of the times I set on the floor near my earthly father, sometimes talking and sometime just enjoying being near him. Sometimes we talked, sometimes I just listened and sometimes we just sat together. It was always good to be near him. Same with my heavenly Father. Always love being in His presence.
How great, through the urgency to pray to our Father, to just be still and feel His presence and speaking to all of us, even though we are separated by many miles, never met except through our prayer group, yet one with Christ, praise God!!!!
Amen brother. Praise God.
From LT in Maryland, Mar. 20:
All I can say is that Songs that we sing in worship are food–food of the Capstone Jesus! That was quite a discovery for me when I did this study on the word ‘SONG’. May others be encouraged.
Here is a link to his word study.
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- Conference Call Praying Every... February 6, 2013
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
You might be asking, “What in the Wide, Wide, World of Sports are you talking about?”
This is an opportunity for you to begin your day in corporate prayer.
Feel free to just get on and listen. You don’t have to participate until you’re ready. You’ll be blessed just listening to others pray.
We look forward to you joining us.
- A Solemn Assembly-Questions August 15, 2012
If you have heard me do A Solemn Assembly, you’ve heard these questions below. Many of you have asked for them and I now have the permission of the author.
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- Church Survival July 18, 2012
Psalm 85:6 is often quoted about revival, with the result being a rejoicing people…but another application is for a church’s survival, to which I would say, requires revival.
Michael Guido has written about this, in fact, it is in his Treasury of Illustrations that I first saw this article, this “seed” of his. Lately my messages are all about calling the church to holiness. His article tells us, more eloquently than I can, WHY we need holiness. The church’s survival, requires revival.
Please read his “eSeed” it is very short.
Mark S Mirza
- Alpharetta GA, Union Hill 7pm May 15, 2012
Title: Alpharetta GA, Union Hill Baptist 7pm
I have the very great honor tomorrow night of not just speaking to the congregation, but then afterwards I get to speak to a group of girls who will be taking my booklet, “Prayer Made Alive” to study through next month when they are on a retreat.
Tomorrow night I will walk them through the book giving them highlights of the articles and pointing out what they can learn from it.
And of course, we start the evening with dinner.