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Explosive Faith

By Jennifer Kennedy Dean

From The One Year Praying the Promises of God

Fear flees when faith is activated. No matter how intimidating your circumstances appear, you don’t have to succumb to fear. You can exercise explosive faith.

 

The LORD said to Joshua, “I have given you Jericho, its king, and all its strong warriors.” Joshua 6: 2

 

As God was speaking these words, the…

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The Power of the Cross

From the upcoming book Altar’d by Jennifer Kennedy Dean. Release date February 2012.

 

The cross of Christ stands as the point of separation between the old person powered by death-driven corrupted flesh, and the new creation, powered by the very Spirit who raised Jesus from the dead.   At the moment you embrace the cross, you receive its power into your life —a power that is eternally and continually working. Paul…

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Words Work

 “The tongue is a small part of the body, but it makes great boasts. Consider what a great forest is set on fire by a small spark. The tongue also is a fire, a world of evil among the parts of the body. It corrupts the whole person, sets the whole course of his life on fire, and is itself set on fire by hell” (James 3:5-6)

I don’t think I have to convince you about the power words wield. When you think back to eventful moments in your life, there are likely words involved, either…

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Think Small, Dream Big

 The Power of Small

(From an upcoming book by Jennifer Kennedy Dean, release date August 2011)

 

Like Alice’s adventures in Looking Glass Land, where everything she encountered was mirror-image opposite of what she thought to be true, the Kingdom of Heaven seems upside down and inside out when we first enter. Learning its biosphere and how to navigate its landscape becomes the adventure that defines…

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A Mind at Peace

From Pursuing the Christ by Jennifer Kennedy Dean

 

"For the mind-set of the flesh is death, but the mind-set of the Spirit is life and peace."—Romans 8:6

Incarnate Word, You came to set my captive thoughts free and to captivate my restless mind and anchor it in You.

Without You, my thoughts were entangled by the dictates of my flesh. They poisoned and polluted my life. My thoughts were infused with the stench of death, corrupted, decaying, marching…

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When the King Became a Servant

On that night in a stable in Bethlehem, from earth’s view, a baby was born. From heaven’s view, You, God the Son, voluntarily left Your rightful place on the universe’s throne, left the riches and the unimaginable glory that were Your own possessions, left the sound of praise and worship that surrounded You day and night—left it all to be with us.
What must that moment have been like? When heaven’s great Treasure shed His kingly grandeur and donned mere clay, did the angels for a moment…
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A Fermented Life

Many people feel disappointed in prayer when life brings disappointment and difficulty. I have had this question addressed to me time and time again, in one form or another: “If prayer really works, then why did this happen hard, disappointing experience happen to me?”

Let me remind you of the purpose of prayer: Prayer is the conduit through which thepower and provision of God flow into the circumstances of earth. Prayer is NOT a mantra or a set of magic “abra-cadabra” words that…
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God Calling

The person who is living a praying life is not circumstance-driven, but Christ-driven; not problem-centered, but Power-centered. Our frame of reference is not what we lack, but what God has. We define our lives within the context of eternity instead of time.

I find it interesting that when Abram, later to be Abraham, is first introduced on the pages of Scripture, he is defined by what he lacked. We first encounter his name in the lengthy lineage recorded in Genesis 11. All the other…
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  • National Prayer Leaders:

    It is with profound sadness, mixed with joy for her eternal reward that I share the information in the e-mail below re: Jennifer Kennedy Dean.  Please pray for and support her family in any way you can.

     

    Here is her contact information from her website and e-mail footer:

    Jennifer Kennedy Dean Executive Director

    The Praying Life Foundation

    888.844.6647

    PO Box 660 Marion, KY 42064

    E-mail:

    Website: https://www.prayinglife.org/

    By phone:

    (888) 844-6647

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    Thomas Bush, Director, Prayer Assist Ministries (http://www.prayerassist.org/), and Emailtbush@visionsd.org, Cell: (619) 742-8694, Note new address: 7918 El Cajon Blvd, Suite N137, La Mesa, CA  91942-6719

     

    Prayer Assist empowers churches, faith-based organizations and individuals to achieve their mission and reach their spiritual potential through skillful prayer coaching and instruction

     

    "Prayer is responding to God's invitation to come into His presence"

  • Hi Jennifer. I invite you to join a group. We are worshiping Christ and praying for His lordship in every part of our lives and across the nation, using 153 names and attributes of Christ (one for each day, Aug. 1 - Dec. 31). You can go to: http://www.prayersummits.net/articles.html, then click on daily names of Christ. CHRIST IS ALL, Steve Hall
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