What It Means to Pray Through – B.H. Clendennen (1975)
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What It Means to Pray Through – B.H. Clendennen (1975)

Today's encore sermon from a dear Pastor named B.H. or Burt Clendennen. Pastor Clendennen clearly articulates both from the scriptures and his own personal life on what it means to pray through. God puts us in impossible places where we can't deliver ourselves to where we must learn to stand upon the promises in the...

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Learning to Stand Upon the Promises of God

Do you live by praying in faith? Usually, a desperate need will drive a Christian to really pray. Perhaps sickness, marital problems, or the lost condition of your children burdens your soul. It's not unusual for a Christian to encounter these kinds of “Red Sea” circumstances. At these times, you must decide, “Will I accuse...

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Prayer Is the Breath of the Soul (2010)

Prayer is the breath of the soul. God's will is that we rejoice in Jesus and pray without ceasing. When sin blocks us from prayer, it's like we stop breathing. The parable of the sower offers three explanations for why this can happen. But ultimately, to keep the faith until the end, we need to...

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A Whole New Level of Devotion

Today, Pastor Ray drew a line in the sand. The National Prayer Chapel will no longer maintain itself in survival mode while waiting on Jesus. Instead, it is time to depend on Jesus. The National Prayer Chapel has jettisoned the formal church structure. We are calling for a whole new level of devotion to Jesus...

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The First Step of Prayer

Jesus taught us to pray after the model of “Our Father.” But the first step of prayer is to not harden our heart. For example, pain, fear, and anger can lead us to say, “It's hopeless! I'm just going to cave to my circumstances and depression.” But why? We serve a God who answers prayer!...