Can you Pray for one hour?

August 2, 2016

Just before Christ went to the cross to redeem humanity he brought some of His closest friends near in the garden of Gethsemane and asked them to watch and pray with Him. He came back twice and both times found them asleep as he had been crying out in prayer. When he found them the first time sleeping he said to Peter,  “Couldn’t you men keep watch with me for one hour?” Right now we are calling people from various churches, denominations, ages and backgrounds to all come together leading up to 9/11 in a time of fasting and prayer. We are calling everyone to commit at least one hour per day with Jesus in prayer and to consider inviting others to join with you each day during this time. When was the last time you spent an hour with the Lord in prayer outside of a service at church or a programmed function? Do you struggle with etching out the time or making this a consistent priority in your life? We want to encourage you to place on your calendar this next 40 days a time each day to pray for at least one hour. Here is a great pattern of things you can pray for each day of the week: Monday: Personal Revival and Deeper Communion with Jesus Take this time to spend time with the Lord and ask Him to make your heart more tender and affectionate towards Him. Pray out of Ephesians 3:16-18 and that God would reveal His great love to your heart. Confess your sins and struggles to the Lord each week and receive God’s...
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Stephanie

TTC led me out of darkness and into the love I’ve longed for my entire life, the love of JESUS.  They’ve taught me to love like Jesus by walking out my created purpose.  My Spirit has been healed, I am whole, because of their obedience to do God’s will.  They have introduced me to and welcomed me into a powerful tribe of women that love Jesus with their whole heart.  Women that strengthen, teach, support, and encourage one another with the power and authority given by the Holy Spirit.  I am eternally grateful for their ministry and humbled to be called family.