"For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek." -- Romans 1:16

Quotes and Notes for the Day


1.Prayer is the key that unlocks the door of heaven. And it is opened by men on their knees. For heaven is not far from those who tarry on the mount in prayer.

2.The best hours of the day ought to be spent in communion with God. For many of God’s people it is not that they don’t have time to pray; it is that they don’t take time to pray.

3. Prayer is not everything, but everything is done by prayer. If you would do much for God then you must ask much from God.

4.If prayer does not drive sin out of your life, sin will drive prayer out. In other words right living is a necessary condition for  the person who prays. 

5.The man who kneels to God can stand up to anything.  A godly man such as this  knows that he fights his battles not on the streets but on his knees.  Let every believer be reminded of this truth; that no man is helpless who can look up. 

6.Prayer controls the Hand that moves  the universe,  so when one dwells  with the Lord, he is never in a hurry to leave.

7.The way of prayer is a highway of holiness and no man can walk in that way while living in sin.

8.God weighs our prayers not “times” them.  In other words, our prayers are  measured not by length but by strength.

9. We can pray in the will of God only as we pray by the Word of God. In other words, the Christian who know little about the Bible knows little about prayer.

10.Prayer that costs nothing is worth nothing. It is a hard work, because it is heart work, so you should not ask for a blessing that you are not ready to labor for.

Satan knows the power of prayer. Do We?

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The Bible reveals two ways which people are following to get into heaven. One way, the true way, is God’s way. God’s way into heaven is the way of peace and truth and righteousness. It is the only way approved of God. This way centers in the Lord Jesus Christ who said: “I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by Me” (John 14:6). The Bible declares that there is another way. “There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death” (Prov. 14:12).

There are so many popular ways today filled with lost multitudes all over the land, such as the way of morality, the way of respectability, the way of religion, the way of churchianity, the way of baptism, the way of christening, the way of confirmation, the way of penance, the way of confession, the way of “doing the best I can”, the way of self, the way of education, the way of philosophy, the way of false isms and cults that crowd the street. Little wonder then when we speak to people about the way of salvation, that so many have asked, “How can I know which is the true way? There are so many different ideas and so many religions.”

But there is ONE difference between God’s way of salvation and man’s way, and that difference is found in a Person, the Lord Jesus Christ. You will notice that man leaves Christ out of the center of his way. You will discover that the modern false cults and isms demote Christ to a mere man and add something to what He has already done for your salvation and mine. We become children of God through a supernatural birth. Jesus said to Nicodemus: “Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God” (John 3:3). Jesus also said, “Marvel not that I said unto thee, Ye must be born again” (John 3:7)

“May the Lord bless you, and make you a blessing!”  – The PGH Staff.

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