Monday: Live Intercessory Worship
Tuesday: "Travailing Travels over Ohio"
Wednesday: Live Intercessory Worship
Thursday: Empyreal Art
Friday: Live Intercessory Worship (wk 2&4 only)
Saturday: Live Intercessory Worship
Friends, the Lord has been speaking to me recently regarding the Harvest in Dayton and all of Ohio. I’ve been hearing Him say that the path we’re on of intercession, is unique to the Dayton House of Prayer. After I’d been talking to a few of the dayhop intercessors about this I heard a confirming . . .
What’s holding you back from going with the Lord to your destiny? God desires to clothe you with beauty. Could your experience be like mine? First it’s dark…I smell old clothes and boots, mothballs; an old top hat falls on my head. I pull it down to my brow and push it back on my . . .
I’ve been somewhat discombobulated of late and must acknowledge it’s due to the mass release of information, revelation and visitations. It seems that on every strata of life there are ‘new truths’ or rather a release of the understanding of Jesus’ teachings at a new level. “Level,” is such a poor word for what I’m . . .
Tuesdays are our ‘drive the state’ day and we often drive two to three hours out and then turn around coming back a different way so we can pray over additional areas. This week we drove southeast. We began on Route 35 and then took Rt. 68 south toward Wilmington. I have to admit, I . . .
Each House of Prayer has a different DNA, a personality that is comprised of the people of the city(s) they touch through prayer. DayHop has begun to reflect the creativity of our city in ways that only Dayton can. Being the city of flight, of Gems/light, noted inventors and patents and copyrights, it isn’t surprising . . .
I’ve been thinking about Jesus’ famous teaching (Matthew 5-7). I’ve studied it quite a bit through the years, heard it preached in churches, memorized it, meditated on it and yet realize I’m far from experiencing it with any consistency. The verses that jump out to me today are when Jesus says to ask, seek and knock . . .