We will be uniting in prayer and seeking the Lord together before services on saturday nights at the Lone Tree Campus and we invite you to join us! Also, if you have a need and would like to receive prayer this would be a perfect opportunity for you.

-Downstairs in the "classroom"

I want to invite you to join us in one of the most privileged activities we can be a part of, and that is corporate PRAYER!!!! We are living in exciting times and we are very blessed to have the opportunity to worship and seek the Lord together every week. Wednesday mornings are filled with live prophetic worship and prayer. The bottom line of our time together is to get a hold of God! It is a place to come into His presence and seek His heart for our lives, the church and the world around us! There is no greater purpose than the pursuit of the presence of the Lord, here you will find others that are dedicated to crying out to Him for His Kingdom to come and His will be done on the earth as it is in Heaven!

Mr. Spurgeon said, "asking is the rule of the kingdom." "Ask and ye shall receive." It is a rule that never will be altered in anybody's case. Our Lord Jesus Christ is the elder brother of the family, but God has not relaxed the rule for Him. Remember the text; Jehovah says to His own son, "Ask of Me, and I will give Thee the heaven for Thine inheritance, and the uttermost parts of the earth for Thy possession." If the Royal and Divine Son of God cannot be exempted from the rule of asking that He may have, you and I cannot expect the rule to be relaxed in our favor.

Why should it be? What reason can be pleaded why we should be exempted from prayer? What argument can there be why we should be deprived of the privilege and delivered from the necessity of supplication? I can see none: can you? God will bless Elijah and send rain on Israel, but Elijah must pray for it. If the chosen nation is to prosper, Samuel must plead for it. If the Jews are to be delivered, Daniel must intercede. God will bless Paul, and the nations shall be converted through him, but Paul must pray. Pray he did without ceasing; his epistles show that he expected nothing except by asking for it. If you may have everything by asking, and nothing without asking, I beg you to see how absolutely vital prayer is, and I beseech you to abound in it.”

There is a divine stirring in the hearts of His people to join together in prayer and in seeking His face with more intensity than ever before! He is the great initiator! He has started this, we are to follow Him! Now is the time! If not now, when? If not us, then who? Answer the call to seek his face! To gather with believers and cry out to Him for our sons and daughters, our cities, and our church! Gal. 6;9 says “Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time, we will reap a harvest is we do not give up!” There is a great harvest coming upon the earth, let’s do our part in praying it in!

• Sunday at 9:30 either in the Lobby or pre-school room
contact: Jack Dodge jdodge@jfc.org


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