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Belief in Prayer - Wednesday, March 7th, 2007

"Therefore I say to you, all things for which you pray and ask, believe that you have received them, and they will be granted you."
~ Mark 11:24


God is a good God! In my opinion, yesterday was a pivotal and essential day in the pursuit of revival for the city of Dallas. For overa week, I have been praying, along with other prayer warriors, for individuals to confirm their speaking status for The Dallas Revival. And specifically two individualsthat I felt a necessity to have on board said, "Yes." Why the importance of having them? Because I feltthe 40-day tent revivalcould really begin to unify the body of Christ with these two individuals as speakers. The only catch with their confirmation was, there could be a chance others might pull out from speaking. Why? Because individuals, which Irespect on both sides of the coin,hold different views on the miraculous gifts.

That is, as long as these different views (whatever stance a person may hold)don'tget in the way of others coming to know Jesus Christ. And praise the Lord,it wasn't even an issue with some individuals where I thought it might be a major issue.The Lordcompletely paved the way for "like-mindedness" when it comes to sharing the message of Jesus Christ. I am ever so grateful to God.

A wise man from a local ministry here in Dallas said, "When peoplecome to the 40-day tent revival, they need to come to the tent with two things in mind...1)No personalopinions; and 2) No personal agendas. Our focus for the'church" in Dallas is to FOCUS on our Lord Jesus Christ." And my friends, that is exactly what happened yesterday! The focusis being placed onJesus.

Before I thoughtthere was a chance thatcertain thingscouldgo awry when talking about this situation, I went before the Lord and prayed. I asked the Lord to be in this situation. Just as Jesus reminded His disciples, I too believed He would answer me. Andlet me tell you, He did with abundance. He granted me favor beyond what I could have ever imagined. May the Lordcontinue to be glorified as Hecontinues to unify the body of Christ here in Dallas.
- klm
" We cannot organize revival, but we can set our sails to catch the wind from Heaven when God chooses to blow upon His people once again."

- G. Campbell Morgan