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Morris Cerullo
Growing and inspiring the faith in those around the world for over 73 years!⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ 📖 ✝️ 🙏
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Morris Cerullo 11h
The power of prayer is unlimited just as God is unlimited!
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Morris Cerullo 17h
God heard his prayer and stopped the sun and moon in their courses until Joshua and the children of Israel had avenged themselves on their enemies.
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Morris Cerullo 22h
What mighty force commanded the forces of nature that they obeyed? It was Joshua’s prayer.
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Morris Cerullo Aug 13
Peter knew what it was to pray with delegated authority! But Peter put them all forth, and kneeled down, and prayed (Acts 9:40). Notice that after he had prayed, Peter acted in faith. He spoke to Dorcas’ dead body!
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Morris Cerullo Aug 13
Prayer knows no boundaries because God is unlimited in power! Prayer can reach into the realm of the dead and break the chains of death!
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Morris Cerullo Aug 13
Throughout the Word, we have an indisputable record of the awesome, unlimited power of prayer. We are surrounded by an innumerable host of witnesses!
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Morris Cerullo Aug 12
Are you beginning to see the awesome power and privilege God has given you to partner with Him to bring His power, glory and will down to earth?
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Morris Cerullo Aug 12
In response to their prayers, the Father sent the Holy Spirit in a demonstration of power.
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Morris Cerullo Aug 12
In response to David’s prayer, God began to act. The result was that God delivered him out of the snare of his enemies. David testified of God’s answer to his prayer.
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Morris Cerullo Aug 11
Our prayers today are like incense rising up before God on His throne. They are mixed with fire from His altar and flung back to earth – as spiritual thunder, lightning, and earthquakes!
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Morris Cerullo Aug 11
God has given us this glimpse of how prayer is vitally linked with the fulfillment of His end-time plan. It isn’t until the prayers of God’s people are offered to Him that the angels are released to sound the trumpets. Then God’s judgments come upon the wicked.
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Morris Cerullo Aug 11
This heavenly scene reveals the tremendous significance and value that God places upon our prayers.
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Morris Cerullo Aug 10
The cloud of incense covering the Mercy Seat in the tabernacle was symbolic of the cloud of incense mixed with the prayers of God’s people that will be offered to God upon His throne before His judgments are poured out upon the earth.
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Morris Cerullo Aug 10
The worship in the tabernacle was to be a type of the heavenly worship. The Mercy Seat was where God appeared in a glory cloud. God directed that Aaron, the High Priest, cover the Mercy Seat with a cloud of incense.
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Morris Cerullo Aug 10
In the same way that Aaron, on the Day of Atonement, took the censer full of burning coals off the altar and went into the Holy of Holies and offered incense before the Mercy Seat, the angel takes the censer with the incense and prayers.
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Morris Cerullo Aug 9
The air is permeated with the beautiful fragrance of the prayers and the cloud of incense surrounds the throne. And the smoke of the incense, which came with the prayers of the saints, ascended up before God out of the angel’s hand (Revelation 8:4).
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Morris Cerullo Aug 9
Standing before God’s throne is a strong angel, holding in his hand a golden censer. The angel is given incense, which he mixes with the prayers of all the saints throughout the ages, and offers it as an offering to God, on the golden altar before the throne.
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Morris Cerullo Aug 9
After the last seal is opened, before the judgments of God are poured out upon the earth, there is total silence in heaven for onehalf hour. All of heaven waits in hushed silence for what will soon be revealed.
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Morris Cerullo Aug 8
Our prayers here on earth on behalf of the lost, our cries to Him regarding the wickedness and immorality surrounding us, and for God’s will and purposes to be fulfilled, do not disappear into thin air. They are not forgotten.
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Morris Cerullo Aug 8
Around the throne were twenty-four elders and four angelic beings, all worshipping God. The Lion of the Tribe of Judah, Who appeared as the Lamb of God Who had been slain, came forward and took the scroll from the right hand of God.
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