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AAA stands for Adoration, Asking and Applauding. Adoration is the first and most important spiritual pillar for our hearts and our church. God’s work and blessing flow from the presence of God, that is, the place of adoration. After adoration, we will take time to Ask. Here we ask God for what we need, whether physical supplies, guidance, etc. Finally, we will Applaud each other as we make our progress, no matter how small. We will apply this beginning with the 40 days.
Quiet time is a very important part of Christian life. It is a time when we give our full attention to God in worship, reading the Word, prayer and simply listening and being still in Him. Our Spirits need to be fed daily just as our body does.
• Vehicles for the Joyful Journey By Pastor Danny
This booklet is a practical guide to help you grow in intimacy and joy through prayer in scriptures. It provide guides for five kinds of prayers: adoration, proclamation, remembrance, requests and confession
Proclamation prayer is a prayer method in which we proclaim the truths about God’s nature and His promises. Proclamation prayer helps us see our circumstances from God’s perspective and thus empowers us to be freed from the burdens of the circumstances. It gets us “above the cloud,” when we are under the cloud.
The main call of Christians is that we would love Him. We are exhorted to grow in our love for the Father and the Son of God. How do we do that? We grow in our love for God by adoring Him. This will help guide you in how you can adore God through scripture.
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• Bob Harley - The Pleasure Of Our God For The Hope Journey In 2011 For His People
God’s had a great goal in trumpeting this word for 2011 to the Body of Christ. First, His goal was to make known His will and interpretation of life in the days to come through His hopeful lens.