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In Israel's history, Moses, Elijah, Jeremiah, Daniel, Ezra, and Nehemiah, all stood in the gap for the nation at critical junctures in her life. Moses' intercession for Israel after the golden calf sin in the wilderness literally saved the nation from being destroyed by God. Daniel's prayer on Israel's behalf paved the way for them to be released from. the Babylonian captivity. Nehemiah's intercession on behalf of Judah, the land of his fathers, also resulted in God's work of moving in the heart of King Artaxerxes. The king not only gave him permission but also provision for his return to Judah to build the wall. Let's follow their examples and pray for this nation!
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Welcome to Yesuli International Ministries' website. At Yesuli International Ministries, we are dedicated to ministering to the person of God, the people of God, and the people of the world-primarily through prayer, preaching of the Word, and personal evangelism. We would like to encourage you to take advantage of the many teaching resources on our website in video, audio, and written formats.
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"And he arose and took the Child and His mother, and came into the land of Israel...and came and resided in a city called Nazareth, that what was spoken through the prophets might e fulfilled, 'He shall be called a Nazarene.'" (Matthew 2:21, 23)!
One of God's commands to believers in Jesus Christ is to pray for one another (James 5:16). If you have a genuine prayer request that you would like us to pray for, please
One of the greatest statements the Bible makes about prayer is that: "The effective prayer of a righteous man can accomplish much" (James 5:16). The Lord Jesus taught that such prayer can be learned by the believer. No matter where you are, you can still join the School of Prayer to learn more about effectual prayer.
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Among the many gifts God has given to His Church here on earth, are pastors and preachers. They have the blessed privilege and responsibility of equipping believers for the work of service (Ephesians 4::11-12). This work can only be done faithfully and fruitfully through the anointing and power of the Holy Spirit. Prayer is the vehicle God has chosen to release His anointing and power to work in and through pastors and preachers to fulfill their God-given task. Unfortunately, while pastors and preachers, pray for the congregations they serve, they are not prayed for fervently and faithfully. But it doesn't need to be this way. Let's commit to praying for our pastors.
A major part of God's calling upon my life is reaching the lost with His gospel of grace and love. God has given me a wonderful opportunity to serve Him in this area of ministry.
Malachi is the last Old Testament book. It was written by the prophet Malachi, whose name means "my messenger." Nothing is known of the personal history of the last Old Testament prophet, But the book that bears his name is one of the most practical, powerful, profound, penetrating prophetic books of the Bible. It teaches us of God's persistent love for His people in spite of their sins. It reveals God's desire for His wayward people to return to Him. Please join us on our Bible Bus for a challenging, compelling and convicting study of the Malachi.
When our Lord Jesus came to earth, He preached the Word, not put on a show. He explained the truth, not entertained the crowds. He taught God's Word, not tickled itching ears. Here at Yesuli Ministries, we take the charge to preach the word seriously. We are committed to a verse by verse exposition of the Bible with passion, power, and purpose. Our desire is to proclaim God's Word in a refreshing and relevant manner.
Scripture reveals that every important event in the life of the Lord Jesus found Him in earnest and effectual prayer to the Father. He prayed at His baptism (Luke 3:21), fasted forty days and forty nights after His baptism (Matthew 4:1-11). Soon after His public ministry began in earnest, the Lord Jesus rose early in the morning to pray (Mark 1:35). The Bible speaks of Jesus' practice of often withdrawing to lonely places and praying (Luke 5:16-20). He spent all night in prayer before choosing the twelve apostles (Luke 6:12). But our Lord also praised the Father. Let's pray! But let's also learn to praise the Father as Jesus did!.