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Air Date: 11/30/21 - How should we talk to God? In public? In private? What about the words? Do they matter? Join Pastor Nat for the answers.

 

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4 days ago
Connect with God today...Thanks Pastor Nat...
5 days ago
Lord Jesus, I do not want to pray amiss. Teach me how to pray and what are the things I must pray for. I want to reach You in my prayer, so help me to connect with You from my heart and not just from my lips. I want to talk to You as a friend to his friend. Help me to find the way which pleases You.
5 days ago
When you pray you should always remember this: “Where ever I am God is and all is well.” Know matter where you pray remember God will be there to listen even when you may think he not, just also remember God use a different clock than you you therefore God does thing in his time not your, just have patients for great things come to those who has the patients to wait.
5 days ago
I can not imagine not begining each new day Praising Jesus Christ! Then staying speaking to Him throughout the morning, afternoon, evening, and when I/we lay down to rest in Him. Remember what Jesus did and does daily for us, no matter where you are look up to Praise and Thank God!
Our only Creator knows our every need.

There is a wonderful movie called war room if you can watch it. There is never a time when we can not let Jesus Christ know how much we Love Him and need Him. Praise Jesus Glory to God Amen Amen Amen
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5 days ago ( updated 5 days ago )
Prayer is real conversation with God. I never knew how life changing it could be...Thank you, Father!
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