A Study In The Word
A Study In The Word - July 6th, 2021
Today on A Study In The Word, Evangelist Jimmy Swaggart and panel discuss Daniel chapter nine and the importance and power of prayer and prophecy. This bible prophecy was not for Daniel just mere intellectual entertainment, but moral and spiritual nourishment. A supplication is to supplicate to the Lord, for Him to give an answer to certain questions that we might have or situations that we need to have untangled. These answers can come about in prayer when we seek the face of the Lord. Brother Swaggart says we can be sure Daniel had a prayer life. We need the Lord’s help, and if we will seek Him for the help we need, He will hear us. God will begin to move on us, as we pray, and He will give us the desires of our hearts when we are seeking His will. Intercessory prayer is also important, praying for others and situations that impact many; often times, we know not what to pray, and then the Holy Spirit will take over as far as putting in our hearts who to pray for, and what to pray for.
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A Study In The Word - July 2nd, 2021
God’s words of warning are a message of grace. Today on A Study In The Word, Evangelist Jimmy Swaggart and panel discuss Daniel 4:31; while the word was in the kings mouth, there fell a voice from heaven saying, O king Nebuchadnezzar to you it is spoken, the kingdom is departed from you. The ki...
A Study In The Word - June 30th, 2021
All believers are called to the work of God in taking the Gospel to the world. Today on A Study In The Word, Evangelist Jimmy Swaggart and the panel discuss how God is aware of all His servants, encouraging us that every work of prayer, and every financial gift no matter the size is just as impo...
A Study In The Word - June 29th, 2021
Today on A Study In The Word, Evangelist Jimmy Swaggart and panel discuss world order in their study of the Book of Daniel, laying out the various Jewish Diasporas that took place beginning as far back as the Babylonian captivity. Brother John says if the Jews would have stayed in a centralized ...