Moving Mountains – Praying with Passion, Confidence, and Authority


John Eldredge: Moving Mountains – Praying with Passion, Confidence, and Authority

“We want to eat whatever we want, but without our health collapsing down the road. We want our friends to be attentive, but without considering how our behavior impacts them. We want our kids to thrive, but without making sacrifices. But that’s not the way the world works. And prayer is no different.

In The Way It All Works, best-selling author John Eldredge (Wild at Heart, Killing Lions) gives a master class in effective prayer that will change the way you pray, and the results you get from it. In short, Eldredge shows how our life with God is a partnership in a shared mission. And in a partnership, everybody does some work.

For anyone who has ever wondered why their prayers don’t seem to be working, The Way It All Works will not only answer your questions: it will reshape your prayer life into a fulfilling—and effective—partnership with Most High.” John Eldredge

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Prayer Hack: Secret #2


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September 29, 2016 · 12:51 pm

A Church After God’s Own Heart



“I’m not trying to win some sort of ministry popularity contest, my goal is to give my children a better church than the one I was raised in.” Jonathan Wellton

What a provoking and burning quote! Jesus will have for Himself a Bride without spot or wrinkle! He is committed to His church! He loves His church and expects us to do the same. Yet we all sense and long that the Body of Christ is destined to live so much higher than we are experiencing! Lord we rend our hearts and programs! Encounter Christ is so much more than make our lives better! LORD let us experience the fullness of your dreams for our lives!



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Love In The Little Things

successfulWhat’s the big deal? It’s just a shopping cart? Maybe it’s the trash you leave on the floor. Perhaps it’s the way you interact with a clerk, server or other person. Is it possible that small things matter more than we realize?

According to Jesus, it does. He said if you can be trusted to handle a little, than you can be trusted with much. He also said when you’ve done it unto the least of these, you’ve done it unto me. The context of that last statement was giving, serving and loving others well. Even a cup of water was rewarded. A terrifying thought, what if you didn’t do good unto the least of these? What if you withhold good from those that deserve it? Might we be judged for that? Well, Jesus is our Bridegroom, Judge, and King so we can let him sort out the rewards and judgments. Yet my heart is compelled to remind us all, do good when it seems no one well notice or recognize you for it. Be kind even when a server has neglected your table and seemed curt with you. Greet that cashier with a smile and an encouraging conversation.

It matters that we learn to love well. Thankfully love is one of the fruits of the Spirit. Holy Spirit the teacher will cultivate our heart and circumstances so that love may abound still more and more! Abide in Him and His fruit and character will be formed in you. 

*Authors note: Obviously, there are exceptions. The mother managing small child(ren) the sick or extremely weak person. These and probably a few others have legitimate reasons, beyond sloth, to fail to return their shopping cart/buggy to the designated areas. We’ve all got grace for those exceptions. The rest of us, we need to do our part.




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Intermitten Fasting Boosts Brain Power

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Spirit of the Age

13718565_10155081452063642_3394078748607432499_nWritten by John Eldredge July 2016

Dear Friends,

This may be one of the most important letters I’ve written you.

I want to deepen our understanding about something I wrote you last month—how Hatred has become the new “spirit of the age.” I wrote that before the police shootings in July. The mounting racial tensions in this country are symptoms of a much deeper reality. We need to grasp what is taking place in our world, so we know how to live and how to respond.

In the Beatitudes Jesus warns against murderous rage and consuming lust. I don’t think that was by accident; I don’t think he randomly chose two vices from the litany of human sin. The more you understand the essence of human nature and human conflict, you understand what Jesus was pointing to.

Human beings are ravenous. A famished craving for life haunts every person. We crave fullness; it is our design. We were created for unceasing happiness, and joy, and life. But ever since we lost Eden, we have never known a day of total fullness. We are never filled in any lasting way. Human beings are like cut flowers—we appear to be well, but we are cut off from the Vine. And we are ravenous. Until we return to God and actually abide in him, until we experience God as our daily source of life, we are desperate creatures, lustful creatures. We look to a marriage (or the hope of marriage), a child, our work, some food or drink or adventure, the next dinner out, the new car—anything to touch the ache inside us. We are ravenous beings. That is why Jesus warned about consuming lust.

Then, the world does not cooperate. Far from it—the world gets in the way of our ravenous ache. It constantly thwarts us. People don’t treat us as we long to be treated; we can’t find the happiness we crave. Our boss is harsh, so we sabotage him. Our spouse withholds sex, so we indulge online. The ravening won’t be stopped. But boy o boy—when somebody stands in the way of our desperate hunger, they feel the fury of our rage. We are ready to kill. People shoot each other over traffic incidents. Parents abuse a baby who keeps them up at night. We shred one another in social media over political disagreements. That is why Jesus warned about murderous rage.

This is the human condition: ravenous, and ready to kill anything that gets in our way.

Now, enter two more dynamics. The first is the hour in which we are living. These are the last hours of the age, and Scripture describes them with startling clarity:

…in the last days there will be very difficult times. For people will love only themselves and their money. They will be boastful and proud, scoffing at God, disobedient to their parents, and ungrateful. They will consider nothing sacred. They will be unloving and unforgiving; they will slander others and have no self-control. They will be cruel and hate what is good. (2 Tim 3:1-3).

Sin will be rampant everywhere, and the love of many will grow cold. (Matt 24:12)

Human beings lose their capacity to love when their own souls are parched, tormented, and thwarted. When sins rages, when cruelty, selfishness and hatred rule the day—yes love is hard to cultivate. Yes it “grows cold”—even in the best of us. Enter dynamic number two: the spirits of the age. Here comes the Perfect Storm.

Spirits of Hatred, Violation and Violence have been released on the earth here in these last days. Paris, Brussels, Orlando, Dallas—how much more proof do we need? Hatred, Violation and Violence are sweeping the earth—and they find massive opportunity in humanity’s current condition. Someone (remember they are ravenous) feels violated; the spirit of Violation jumps all over it, and inflames it like gasoline on fire. Hatred joins in (like sharks smelling blood in the water); they feel hatred—they want to retaliate with a murderous rage. Thus Violence.

Friends, this will shed so much light on so many things for you. Not just “out there” in the world; it is so close to home, too. I am finding that normal relational tensions are open doors for this darkness; this “violation” followed by “hatred” jumps on every opportunity. It can be triggered by an unkind email or Facebook post or remark. Even just driving. Simple irritation becomes an open door to suddenly feel a whole lot more than just irritation.

Never before has Love been more important to cling to, to pray, to invoke. You are going to need to be vigilant—no little grievances, no offense, no revenge, no open door to any of this. Now I understand why Jesus keeps bringing us back to love, to pray love, to enforce love. Forgiveness, mercy, overlooking offenses, breaking any agreement with violation, hatred or violence. So often these days, as I ask him what to pray, he responds with, “Love.”

“Jesus, we love you. We really do love you. We turn our hearts towards you in love. Jesus – we receive your love. We take refuge in your love. We make our deepest and total agreement with your love. We receive your love. We take refuge in your love. We make our deepest and total agreement with your love. And Jesus – we dedicate our lives and our kingdoms to your love. We devote our kingdoms to the love of God. We command that the love of God fills our kingdoms, in every way. May the mighty love of God flow like a river over and through our lives. Love like an ocean around us. We bring the love of God against all violation, violence and hatred. We bring the love of God against all envy, jealousy and judgment. We bring the love of God against all cursing. We choose love. We align ourselves with love. And we command the love of God through our lives, our homes, our kingdoms. In the mighty name of Jesus Christ our Lord.”

Amen! Just stay with that kind of praying. It will really, really help! God is love, and as we call down love we call down the heart of God himself, and we call down the power of his kingdom.

Offered in LOVE,

*Note this letter is completely the work of John Eldredge and Ransomed Heart. I have no ownership of it and re-posted it here solely to communicate his powerful message to the Body of Christ. I could not have said it better myself, so I let him speak for himself. Click on the pictures to be taken to his ministry website. -Soulpants

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Ford F-150 2016 MVP Edition


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Hello fellow comrades, below you will see an awesome way to donate and help us rebuild while getting a really rad chance to win a super nice 2015 Ford MVP Royals Edition! We can hook you up even if you’re from out of town!Help us rebuild our church! This 2016 Ford F-150 is going to be raffled off Aug 6 at Beaver Daze! Limited edition- KC Royals MVP edition – Is 1 of only 300 made. Tickets are only $100 & only selling 999 of them! Message or comment if you want a ticket!! Please share! 😀 Need not be present to win!!! All proceeds go to rebuilding the church after we recoup the cost of the truck. Email Pastor Eric at

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Yvette and I have known Pastors Eric and Kari Wiezorek for more than a decade. This family are truly Shepherds after His own heart. They aren’t hirelings. They’ve poured into a small farming community because they don’t do anything without giving 150%. Out of the ruins of tragic tornado Mothers day 2014 they’re rebuilding. They’ve designed a beautiful facility that will serve the church and the town of Beaver Crossing, Nebraska well.  
It is almost finished but they need our help crossing the finish line debt free. This truck will make a big difference. Our friends have labored tirelessly in ministry for more than a decade. I am challenging every Pastor, former Interns, and Intercessory Missionary to lift this debt, give a $100 dollars towards a ticket. You will definitely have an inheritance helping the body of Christ in Farm Country USA! Who knows you might even when a truck. I’m planning on a buying a raffle ticket too!

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