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Day: January 21, 2020

Father, Let Your Kingdom Come (featuring Urban Doxology, Liz Vice, and Latifah Alattas)

In June, musicians, pastors, writers, and scholars from around the country gathered together in NYC to collaborate on a series of worship songs for a new worship record themed around faith and vocation. This song was written by Latifah Alattas, Ben Cooper, Isaac Wardell, Orlando Palmer, and Liz Vice.   [Chorus] Hallelu, hallelujah Father, let Your kingdom come Hallelu, hallelujah Father, let Your kingdom come Hallelu, hallelujah Father, let Your kingdom come Hallelu, hallelujah Father, let Your kingdom come [Verse 1] May the works of my hands bring You joy… Read more Father, Let Your Kingdom Come (featuring Urban Doxology, Liz Vice, and Latifah Alattas)

THE PROBLEMS OF PRAYER

Prayer is godly, beneficial and necessary. I hope your prayer life has been jump-started this week, and that you have a deeper burning desire to be in constant, effective prayer. Now, we all know that genuine prayer has the power to accomplish great things. In truth, there is no limit to the potential of prayer, James 5:16; Matt. 17:20. However, while prayer is unlimited in it’s potential, it can be severely hindered or even rendered totally ineffective. I want to take time to point out some attitudes and activities that… Read more THE PROBLEMS OF PRAYER