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Thursday, July 29, 2010

How to Pray Part –I


Through nature and revelation, through His providence, and by the influence of His Spirit, God Speaks to us. But these are not enough; we need also to pour out our hearts to Him. In order to have spiritual life and energy, we must have actual intercourse with our heavenly Father. Our minds may be drawn out toward Him; we may meditate upon His works, His mercies, His blessings; but this is not, in the fullest sense, communing with Him. In order to commune with God, we must have something to say to Him concerning our actual life.

Prayer is the opening of the heart to God as to a friend. Not that it is necessary in order to make known to God what we are, but in order to enable us to receive Him. Prayer does not bring God down to us, but brings us up to Him.
When Jesus was upon the earth, He taught His disciples how to pray. He directed them to present their daily needs before God, and to cast all their care upon Him. And the assurance He gave them that their petitions should be heard, is assurance also to us. Jesus Himself, while He dwelt among men, was often in prayer. Our Saviour identified Himself with our needs and weakness, in that He became a suppliant, a petitioner, seeking from His Father fresh supplies of strength, that He might come forth braced for duty and trial. He is our example in all things.

He is a brother in our infirmities, “in all points tempted like as we are;” but as the sinless one His nature recoiled from evil; He endured struggles and torture of soul in a world of sin. His humanity made prayer a necessity and a privilege. He found comfort and joy in communion with His Father. And if the Saviour of men, the Son of God, felt the need of prayer, how much more should feeble, sinful mortals feel the necessity of fervent, constant prayer.

The darkness of the evil one encloses those who neglect to pray. The whispered temptations of the enemy entice them to sin; and it is all because they do not make use of the privileges that God has given them in the divine appointment of prayer. Why should the sons and daughters of God be reluctant to pray, when prayer is the key in the hand of faith to unlock heaven’s storehouse, where are treasured the boundless resources of Omnipotence? Without unceasing prayer and diligent watching we are in danger of growing careless and of deviating from the right path....

Nothing is too great for Him to bear, for He holds up worlds, He rules over all the affairs of the universe. Nothing that in any way concerns our peace is too small for Him to notice.... Jesus said, “Ye shall ask in My name: and I say not unto you, that I will pray the Father for you: for the Father Himself loved you.” ... John 16:26, 27.... But to pray in the name of Jesus is something more than a mere mention of that name at the beginning and the ending of a prayer. It is to pray in the mind and spirit of Jesus, while we believe His promises, rely upon His grace, and work His works.


Monday, July 19, 2010

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Thursday, July 15, 2010

Wilson Calls Adventists to 'Go Forward'

"Throughout history, faith has shaped our philosophies, our perspectives, and our lives," Wilson read. "As we face the challenges and opportunities of this unique moment in history, may faith move us to unite in common cause to serve our fellow brothers and sisters. ... I wish you all the best for a wonderful event."

Wilson began his sermon stressing the "heaven-directed journey" of the Seventh-day Adventist Church: "With the power of His truth, God has carved out of this chaotic world the Seventh-day Adventist Church. We are to be a peculiar people, God's remnant people, to lift up Christ, His righteousness, His three angels' messages of Revelation 14, and His soon coming," he said.

"God is the Creator and is to be worshiped on His Sabbath day as a sign of our loyalty to His Word and creative power," Wilson said, adding later, "Brothers and sisters, look to the Almighty God who can take you through anything you will face in the future. Never lose your full confidence and trust in Him. Always obey His command to 'Go Forward.'"

"God has a plan for your life and for this church," Wilson urged the massive crowd. "Never doubt the destiny of this mighty Advent movement. It is in God's hands. God has given us prophetic instruction to know the culmination of the great controversy -- God is the Victor."
The new world church leader also stated, "Go Forward in lifting up Christ and proclaiming God's grace; Go forward in presenting the three angels' messages; Go forward in pleading for revival and reformation; Go forward in following the Bible as it reads; Go forward in reading and adhering to the counsel of the Spirit of Prophecy; Go forward in proclaiming to the world the good news of salvation and the imminent second coming of Jesus Christ."

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Welcome to the Office of the President


The Seventh-day Adventist Church is a family of more than 20 million believers that circles the globe, stretching from Asia to the Americas, from Africa to the South Pacific. The General Conference Office of the President invites you to find out more about the leadership of this growing community of faith.


President

Ted N. C. Wilson

General Vice Presidents


Delbert W. Baker

Lowell C. Cooper

Pr.Geoffrey G . Mbwana- From Tanzania

Armando Miranda

Pardon K. Mwansa

Michael L. Ryan

Benjamin D. Schoun

Ella S. Simmons

Artur A. Stele

"May God Bless the Office of President"