The Fragrance of Humility in Prayer

The Fragrance of Humility in Prayer

“There are two ways to attain high esteem. One is the world’s method: Take every opportunity to promote yourself before others, seize occasions for recognition and manipulate your way into the center of attention. The other way is God’s way: Humble yourself. Rather than striving for recognition and influential positions, seek to put others first… One of the many paradoxes of the Christian life is that when God sees your genuine humility, He exalts you.” Henry Blackaby

Leonard Bernstein, the late conductor of the New York Philharmonic orchestra was asked what was the most difficult instrument to play. Without hesitation he replied, “The second fiddle! I can get plenty of first violinists, but to find someone who can play the second fiddle with enthusiasm—that’s a problem. And if we have no second fiddle, we have no harmony.”This is the problem we as Christians face. We don’t easily want to play second fiddle because it’s too humbling a position. We want to be important.

As we evaluate our life, what is one of the best things we can give one another, and especially those in our own family? Perhaps we can offer a humble heart—a heart that looks out for the interests of others and is not self-seeking or proud, a heart that serves and loves unconditionally, and a heart that cultivates humility in prayer.

Isn’t this what Jesus wants in our life? He hates pride and selfish ambition, but He loves the meek and lowly. This video will help you to cultivate humility in your own life.

The Fragrance of Humility in Prayer

The following 7-minute animated video will teach you about humility in prayer. It’s called : The Fragrance of Humility in Prayer.

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For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, and he who humbles himself will be exalted’” (Luke 18:14).

By Debbie Przybylski
Intercessors Arise International
International House of Prayer Kansas City (IHOPKC)
www.intercessorsarise.org

My Prayer for God’s Presence

My Prayer for God’s Presence

“God longs to open doors of spiritual reality to us. He wants us to sit with Him in heavenly places. We must live with a spiritual vantage point from the throne room of God. The throne of God is the seat of His authority; it represents the place from which He rules and reigns over the nations. Jesus invites us to this place of authority and victory.” Rhonda Hughey

The purpose of our life is to pursue God. It is what we were created to do. God wants us to seek and long passionately for His presence. His presence is real and tangible. It will change our lives completely. The problem is that most of us are not aware of what is available to us. Our hearts are not burning for God, and we have settled for lesser things.

God’s presence is needed to reach our cities. The breath of His Spirit will change the face of everything, including our own lives. He loves to be sought after. His presence and Spirit will move us forward into realms of fruitfulness beyond our wildest imagination. But we must hoist our sails and catch the wind of His Spirit. He is looking throughout the earth for those who will give themselves to prayer and to seeking His face. (2 Chronicles 16:9),

The following animated video is a prayer that will help you to partner with God as you seek His face and His presence both personally and for your city.

My Prayer for God’s Presence

The following 5-minute prayer and teaching will help you to pray for God’s Presence. It’s called : My Prayer for God’s Presence.

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How to Powerfully Pray God’s Word for Breakthrough

When You said ‘Seek My face,’ My heart said to You, ‘Your face, LORD, I will seek‘” Psalm 27:8

By Debbie Przybylski
Intercessors Arise International
International House of Prayer Kansas City (IHOPKC)
www.intercessorsarise.org