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The Prayer That Works! By Elaine Davenport December, 2012 December, 2012

The prayer that works is the one that you believe when you pray.  It’s the prayer of faith.  It’s the prayer that you believe it’s been answered as soon as you ask for it.  It’s the prayer that is sealed:  “In Jesus Name.”    It is sometimes a prayer of agreement.  It’s the prayer that can  move mountains.  It’s the fervent prayer.  It’s  the prayer of the righteous.  It’s the Prayer of supplication. 

It’s you being yourself in all humility standing before God in the throne room asking for mercy in your time of need…and He’ll hear you.  Jesus sits at the right hand of God forever to intercede for you.

It can’t get any better than this.  It’s all God’s promises and there’s plenty more…read the book.

Seek the LORD while He may be found, call upon Him while He is near. Isaiah 55: 6(NKJV)

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Thanksgiving Prayer By Elaine Davenport November, 2012



Father we magnify You today.  What a great and glorious day!  Thank You for awakening me to Your goodness.  Thank You for alerting me to Your love.  Thank You for sending Your beloved Son to take away all sin and sickness from our lives.  Thank You for Your leading, Your soft whispers, the wind, the beautiful world that surrounds us.  Thank You for going before us.  Thank You for coming behind us to protect and shield us.  Thank You for allowing us to be with You …in relationship.  Thank You for calling us friend, Son, Daughter.  Thank You for our Dear Lord Jesus.  Thank You for the Holy Spirit.  Thank You for allowing us to serve You, to reflect Your qualities in our lives.  Thank You for forgiveness, mercy, boldness, revelation and wisdom.  Thank You for the gifts.  Thank You…we trust You…In Jesus Name.  Amen.


Why Aren’t You Crying? by Elaine Davenport October, 2012

I heard the voice of the Lord saying:  “Whom shall I send and who will go for Us.”  And I said, “Here am I, send me.”  Isaiah 6: 8

As I read the devotional of Smith Wigglesworth I was struck by the message.

You see, many of us come to Christ, get saved, sanctified and speak in heavenly languages.  We get cleaned up and then God starts making our lives better, answering our prayers,,,but studies show that 90% of Born again saints have never saved a soul or made soul winning their ministry.  It’s downright embarrassing.

How  can we say that we are happy knowing so many people around us are headed to hell.  Then there is this awful denial.  I have never been to a funeral that says someone is going to hell.  Yet, I’ve seen on two occasions people put a liquor bottle in a casket and everyone laughed.  I pray that I never see this again and if I do…I pray that my tears will not stop.

We must examine our values for you see that as we compromise; it dulls our compassion.!

If God is first in our lives…everything that we do or say is to be pleasing to Him.  Otherwise we lie ourselves.  As Smith Wigglesworth says:  “If we do not weep …then we are not Pentecost-full.”   And that my friend…is very sad.  We’ve got our PRAYER work cut out for us!

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