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Date:  Friday, December 28, 2018


Time:  6:00 pm - 7:30 pm


  • Kingdom of God Fellowship Church
  • The Refuge Enrichment Community Center, Inc.

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This is a crucial time in the history of America.  There has been nothing it like.  

Every vote counts.  

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We've Come This Far By Faith

January 1, 2019

Church Anniversary 

January 19, 2019

Apostle's 10th Year Anniversary

November 9, 2019

2018 - 2020:   A Time of Consecration

Click HERE or the picture above to open up and down load your document for daily Scripture readings and more information.  Let's expect God to do some mighty things during these 21 days of Prayer, Fasting and being Set Apart.

2018

  October                  31 Days of Consecration



2019

  January       1-21     Daniel's Fast     Follow Guide Below

  Mar 29 - Apr 19       Trinity Fast        Culminate on Good Friday w/dinner @ 6pm

  December 11-31     Finish Strong     Scripture Reading & Memorization


2020

   January      1-21      Daniel's Fast    Follow Guide Below


Call 2 Prayer Summit 2020



  • 21 days of Intense Prayer
  • January 1 - 21
  • Tuesday Night Spiritual Conference

 

Appendix
How to Experience and Maintain Personal Revival

1. Ask the Holy Spirit to reveal any unconfessed sin in your life.

2. Seek forgiveness from all whom you have offended, and forgive all who have hurt you. Make restitution where God leads.
3. Examine your motives in every word and deed. Ask the Lord to search and cleanse your heart daily.
4. Ask the Holy Spirit to guard your walk against complacency and mediocrity.
5. Praise and give thanks to God continually in all ways on all days, regardless of your circumstances.
6. Refuse to obey your carnal (worldly) nature (Galatians 5:16,17).
7. Surrender your life to Jesus Christ as your Savior and Lord. Develop utter dependence on Him with total submission and humility.
8. Study the attributes of God.
9. Hunger and thirst after righteousness (Matthew 5:6).
10. Love God with all of your heart, soul, and mind (Matthew 22:37).
11. Appropriate the continual fullness and control of the Holy Spirit by faith on the basis of God's command (Ephesians 5:18) and promise (1John 5:14,15).
12. Read, study, meditate on, and memorize God's holy, inspired, inerrant Word daily (Colossians 3:16).
13. Pray without ceasing (1 Thessalonians 5:17).
14. Fast and pray one 24-hour period each week. Prayerfully consider becoming one of the two million Christians who will fast for forty days before the end of the year 2000.
15. Seek to share Christ daily as a way of life.
16. Determine to live a holy, godly life of obedience and faith.
17. Start or join a home or church Bible study group that emphasizes revival and a holy life.

Six Vital Questions About Prayer 

Q:  What is Prayer?  

Simply put, prayer is communicating with God. Real prayer is expressing our devotion to our heavenly Father, inviting Him to talk to us as we talk to Him.


Q: Who Can Pray?
Anyone can pray, but only those who walk in faith and obedience to Christ can expect to receive answers to their prayers.
Contact with God begins when we receive Jesus into our lives as Savior and Lord (John 14:6). Praying with a clean heart is also vital to successful prayer. We cannot expect God to answer our prayers if there is any unconfessed sin in our life or if we are harboring an unforgiving spirit (Psalm 66:18; Mark 11:25). For God to answer our prayers, we must have a believing heart and ask according to His will (Matthew 9:29; 21:22; 1 John 5:14,15).

Q: Why Are We to Pray?
God's Word commands us to pray (Luke 18:1; Acts 6:4; Mark 14:38; Philippians 4:6; Colossians 4:2; 1 Timothy 2:1,2).
We pray to have fellowship with God, receive spiritual nurture and strength to live a victorious life, and maintain boldness for a vital witness for Christ.
Prayer releases God's great power to change the course of nature, people, and nations.

Q: To Whom Do We Pray?
We pray to the Father in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ through the ministry of the Holy Spirit. when we pray to the Father, our prayers are accepted by Jesus Christ and interpreted to God the Father by the Holy Spirit (Romans 8:26, 27,34).

Q: When Should We Pray?
God's Word commands us to "Pray continually" (1 Thessalonians 5:17). We can be in prayer throughout the day, expressing and demonstrating our devotion to God as we go about our daily tasks.
It is not always necessary to be on our knees, or even in a quiet room to pray. God wants us to be in touch with Him constantly wherever we are. We can pray in the car, while washing the dishes, or while walking down the street.


Q: What Should We Include in Our Prayers?
Although prayer cannot be reduced to a formula, certain basic elements should be included in our
communication with God: Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving, Supplication (ACTS).

A-Adoration
To adore God is to worship and praise Him, to honor and exalt Him in our heart and mind and with our lips.

C-Confession
When our discipline of prayer begins with adoration, the Holy Spirit has opportunity to reveal any sin in our life that needs to be confessed.

T-Thanksgiving
An attitude of thanksgiving to God, for who He is and for the benefits we enjoy because we belong to Him, enables us to recognize that He controls all things - not just the blessings, but the problems and adversities as well. As we approach God with a thankful heart, He becomes strong on our behalf.

S-Supplication
Supplication includes petition for our own needs and intercession for others. 

Pray that your inner person may be renewed, always sensitive to and empowered by the Holy Spirit. 

Pray for others - your spouse, your children, your parents, neighbors, and friends; our nation and those in authority over us. 

Pray for the salvation of souls, for a daily opportunity to introduce others to Christ and to the ministry of the Holy Spirit, and for the fulfillment of the Great Commission.

 

CALL TO PRAYER SUMMIT 2017 - The culmination of our 21 Days of Prayer and Fasting

Date:  Saturday, January 21, 2017


Time:  9:00am - 6:00pm


Fellowship Dinner following prayer at 6:00pm


Cost:  Freewill Offereing


Topics:  


1.  7 Mountains of Cultural Influence


2.  Prayer Warriors and Intercessor Prayer


3.  A War Cry

 

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