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The Pharisee and The tax Collector at Prayer [Z.T. Fomum]

The Lord looks with favour on the humble. He resists the proud of heart. Since prayer is essentially carried out in the presence of the Lord, the proud of heart offend Him. They cannot even be allowed to establish contact with Him because from the word go, they are displeasing to Him. He will not even listen to them. Nothing that the proud of heart say can please God in any way.

The Pharisee and The tax Collector at Prayer [Z.T. Fomum]

Back to Bethel: All-Night Prayer (Z.T. Fomum)

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If a person goes away to pray and continues in prayer all the night because the burden of the Lord was upon him, then that one has made progress. In addition to the spontaneous times of prayer that may last many hours and perhaps all the night, maturing believers should have planned and programmed nights of prayer.

The Leader And The World (Z.T. Fomum)

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What must be the leader’s relationship to the world? The Lord Jesus insisted that the disciples were to be in the world but they were not to be of the world. That cannot be altered. The leader must physically be in the world, but the leader’s heart must be separated from the world.

Difficulties During Long Fasts: A Testimony (Paul Foka)

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“I had at first been enrolled among other brethren who were to fast for twenty-one days. I later changed my mind and registered to fast for forty days because of my commitment to Brother Zach, and also because I thought to myself that this could be the only opportunity to fast that the Lord was offering us. Quite frankly, I was counting on the Lord, for until then my longest fast had been for seven days.

Difficulties During Long Fasts: A Testimony (Paul Foka)
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