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Debbie Przybylski

How to Enjoy Intimacy with God in the Busyness of Life

If your life is as busy as mine, then this webinar is especially for you.

It’s called: How to Enjoy Intimacy with God in the Busyness of Life, and it’s absolutely FREE.

Do you feel like you don’t have enough time for God because of your busy schedule?

Would you like to learn how to enjoy God more?

Have you lost your joy in life?

Would you like to get rid of the distractions all around you?

Do you feel the need to walk with greater peace in your life?

Then don’t miss this FREE webinar because it could change your life forever….

And you can watch the replay at your own convenience. Just sign up.

It’s a free webinar on April 6, 2017 called: How to Enjoy Intimacy with God in the Busyness of Life.

SECURE YOUR SEAT TODAY!

This webinar is filled with free prayer giveaways!!

  • An Intimacy with God Prayer Manual Starter Kit with 3 cover designs to choose from.
  • 3 prayer articles related to this topic of intimacy with God.
  • 2 prayers for a heart after God and to keep Him in the center of your life.
  • A page of worship music to help you cultivate intimacy with God
    Worshipping God Prayer Cards
  • A Hallowing His Name handout
  • A David Devotion Checklist
  • An Enjoying Intimacy with God Checklist
  • It’s filled with resources to help your devotional life every day.

And it’s designed as a transformational prayer experience.

Maybe all the distractions have gotten in the way and you feel burdened by so many things.

You want to grow closer to God but don’t know how.

Then this webinar called: HOW TO ENJOY INTIMACY WITH GOD IN THE BUSYNESS OF LIFE is for you.

This is designed to be a transformational prayer experience.

What could be more important in your life than ENJOYING INTIMACY WITH GOD?

SECURE YOUR SEAT HERE!

I hope to see you there.

Debbie Przybylski

How to Connect with God and Create Your Own Life-Changing Prayers


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11 Breakthrough Prayers to Empower Your Life in 2017!

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Debbie Przybylski
Intercessors Arise International
deb@intercessorsarise.org

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Agreement Brings Breakthrough

12314077_1070671332995973_3508507785176326580_n“There is power in praying together. Deuteronomy says of God’s army that ‘one man (could) chase a thousand, or two put ten thousand to flight’ (32:30). There is a multiplied effect in being together before God. It was the corporate prayer of Acts 1:14 that produced the corporate power of Acts 2:42-47. Corporate prayer brings corporate power (Acts 4:14-31).” Steve Meeks

God’s heart is that we have agreement and unity in our prayers. The key to power in praying together is a single focus. Agreement in prayer brings breakthrough. We go to a powerful prayer meeting on Wednesdays. The reason it is so powerful is because we are focused on one thing – praying for America. The entire hour is spent in praying everything about our country. We don’t suddenly launch out into something else but we all come with a determined mindset to pray for one thing – our nation. It’s easy to be divided into a million areas when we pray. The needs are so great. But the most powerful prayer meetings are when everyone is in agreement about one thing at a time. We must learn to pray through a request until God moves us on to something else. We are one body with one voice seeking God together.

Agreement in prayer is not a new thing. It is Biblical! In Acts 1:14 we read “they all joined together constantly in prayer” and in 4:14 we read, “they raised their voices together in prayer”. Together is a key that opens the door to the power of God. The King James Bible in Acts 2:1 says “with one accord”. What were the results? – The filling of the Holy Spirit with boldness and Peter’s miraculous release from prison.

To pray together is to dream the dreams of God together.

I don’t know how you feel, but I want to dream the dreams of God together with other like-minded people. It is a huge encouragement when we don’t have to carry a heavy burden alone. God has great plans and His Kingdom is coming to earth. I want to pray His dream with others regarding His Kingdom. I want to agree with others in alignment with His will. Praying in agreement is harmonizing together like a symphony.

When an orchestra is tuning up, everything can sound like a lot of noise – Every instrument is doing it’s own thing – But when the conductor raises his baton, the instruments come together in harmony. That’s how prayer should be when Jesus is the conductor of the meeting.

On Wednesdays I go to a prayer meeting from 6:30 – 7:30 AM with over 100 people praying together, mainly intercessors. It’s great! And there is a beautiful harmony. Last week one person started a spontaneous song and two others continued the song with new verses and in perfect harmony. Every week a prayer theme is continued through the entire hour with one intercessor adding to the prayers of another. There’s direction as everyone prays with one heart and mind under the direction of Jesus, the conductor. This brings encouragement, builds faith, and helps everyone to concentrate. We are all keenly aware of what the Holy Spirit is doing. The harmony keeps us all awake early in the morning! We are agreeing in prayer. We read in Matthew 18:19 in the Amplified Bible:

“Again I tell you, if two of you on earth agree (harmonize together, make a symphony together) about whatever (anything and everything) they may ask, it will come to pass and be done for them by My Father in heaven.”

How to Agree in Prayer

“When you pray in agreement, there is no loophole, no alternate plan, and no changing your mind.”  Elmer Towns

Praying with one another in agreement helps us to bear one another’s burdens. It’s encourages faith and helps us avoid temptation. Here are some ways that will help you to pray in one accord:

  • Pray with a clean heart – You must be in harmony. Make sure there is no unconfessed sin or unforgiveness. “If I had cherished sin in my heart, the Lord would not have listened” (Psalm 66:18). See John 9:31.
  • Pray with the Holy Spirit’s direction – When you start praying, invite the Holy Spirit to come and direct you in prayer. Look to Him for His guidance, direction, and focus.
  • Pray in agreement with honesty and love – “Finally, all of you, live in harmony with one another; be sympathetic, love as brothers, be compassionate and humble” (1 Pet. 3:8).
  • Pray God’s will according to Scripture – “And this is the confidence (the assurance, the privilege of boldness) which we have in Him: [we are sure] that if we ask anything (make any request) according to His will (in agreement with His own plan), He listens to and hears us” (1 John 5:14, Amplified). Also see James 4:3 and John 15:7.
  • Pray one subject at a time – You may want to pray back and forth on one topic until you are finished. Remember to stay focused until you are finished with that topic before you move to something else.
  • Pray brief, to-the-point prayers – Long prayers can cause the group to lose focus. You want everyone to participate.
  • Pray with faith and confidence – Believe together that God hears and will answer your prayers. God can do anything. “Is anything too hard for the Lord?” (Genesis 18:14). “If you believe, you will receive whatever you ask for in prayer” (Matthew 21:22). See Hebrews 11:6.
  • Pray with perseverance and urgency – Don’t give up. “Then Jesus told his disciples a parable to show them that they should always pray and not give up” (Luke 18:1). Also see Matthew15:21-28.

Why is it so hard to start citywide prayer meetings and Houses of Prayer? The answer is simple. Satan knows the power of agreement in prayer. He knows that if the churches came together in united prayer, the city could be reached for Christ. So he fights it in every way he can. He loves disunity and this is one of his greatest tricks. He always wants to bring division, discord, and broken relationships.

But when there is unity in prayer, there is another outcome. Steve Meeks shares about how praying together in agreement affected his church and city. He says:

“Praying together has been like igniting a spiritual boiler room within our church. The temperature of our faith has risen. Answered prayers are an ongoing experience. We have seen the climate of our unity radically changed. We have entered a stream of God’s activity along with a host of other churches and Christians and pastors’ groups across our city. There is a feeling of oneness among the churches, and practical strategies are developing for the church in Houston to stand ‘firm in one spirit, contending as one man fort the faith of the gospel’ (Philippians 1:27).” 

Sometimes one prayer from another perspective can change everything. Occasionally my husband and I go to a Turkey prayer meeting. In one hour we pray a multitude of prayers for that one nation. It’s amazing the variety of prayers there can be prayed for one country. The prayers are direct, to-the-point, and are led by the Holy Spirit. On my own I could never pray from that many perspectives but together there is united wisdom and power.

Perhaps you have heard about the old farmer who drank his first bottle of soda pop while he was heading for the big city on a speeding train. After he took his first sip, the train roared into a dark tunnel. He cried out to his wife, “Don’t drink that soda pop, Martie, it will make you blind as a bat!” The old man had evaluated the situation from his own perspective. He wasn’t really blind. He was in a tunnel and didn’t even know it. We can also have tunnel vision in our prayers. We need one another’s wisdom and perspective.

There was an elderly Midwest couple that apologized to the TV repairman when he came to the door. With red faces they informed him that their TV had no problems at all. “We made a mistake,” they told him. “We put on each other’s eyeglasses.” As Christians, we see the world through our own eyes. We think we see with 20/20 vision but that’s not true. We need one another to see and pray from God’s full perspective. We need one another to pray with the power of God. Snowflakes are very frail all alone, but if enough of them get together they can cause a traffic jam! (http://elbourne.org/sermons)

The Holy Spirit is inviting us to enter into His heart for breakthrough unity. We are living in exciting days. Agreement brings breakthrough. It’s Scriptural and God promises to be present. We read in Matthew 18:20, “For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them.” God answers united prayer. As we saw in Matthew 18:19, the Bible says that if two of us agree on earth, it will be done for us by our Father in heaven. That’s a powerful verse. Agreement is the untapped power of believers. Perhaps this is the day we should take hold of God’s untapped formula for breakthrough in prayer! Let’s learn the secret of agreement!

“Agreement is perhaps the untapped power of believers! What would be the results of real agreement among believers? If we will be led into perfect unity with Jesus Christ, having His mind in us so that we think as He would and ask according to his Word (John 15:7), and maintain unobstructed relationships between ourselves, having no resentments or unforgiveness toward others, we would open a channel through which God’s power could flow unobstructed.” Thetus Tenney

By Debbie Przybylski
Intercessors Arise International
IHOPKC

 

Ogromna Moć Naših Riječi

12376254_1070125296383910_3441194080106287692_nIsus je otvoreno govorio o našim beskorisnim riječima, a ipak njegovo upozorenje često prolazi nezapaženo. Isus je rekao da će se za svaku beskorisnu riječ morati položiti račun u dan suda.

„Biblija naglašava da je ono što govorite točan pokazatelj onoga što je u srcu. Ako vaše riječi druge blagoslivljaju i ohrabruju, one svjedoče o suosjećajnom srcu. Ako često dijelite Radosnu vijest o Kristu, pokazujete da je vaše srce zahvalno za vaše vlastito spasenje. Kad su drugi u krizi, znaju li da će u vašim riječima naći mir i utjehu? Molite li često i spontano za druge? Otkrivaju li vaše riječi i način na koji im govorite strpljivo srce? Sva ova ponašanja ukazuju na srce koje je poput srca Oca.“

Riječi koje koristimo imaju ogromnu moć. Biblija kaže da su život i smrt u vlasti jezika (Izreke 18,21). Vjerujem da naše molitve imaju veću moć i veće pomazanje kada je naš svakodnevni život ispunjen riječima koje podižu i donose milost prema drugima (Efežanima 4,29). Sveti život je moćan život kada želimo vidjeti odgovore na molitvu. Otac je čuo Isusove molitve zbog Njegove smjerne podložnosti (Hebrejima 5,7). Pravedan život i ispravan govor dolaze iz ispravnog srca pred Bogom.

Za sve nas koji žele imati učinkovit molitveni život važno je dobro paziti na svoj govor.

Moć Jezika

Osoba može izgovoriti mnogo riječi u minuti i nekoliko tisuća u sat vremena. Možete zamisliti koliko onda riječi prosječna osoba izgovori u jednom danu! A neke procjene kažu da žene dnevno izgovore dvostruko više riječi od muškaraca. Mogli bismo napuniti knjižnicu u životnom vijeku! Kad bismo to učinili, kakvi bi bili naslovi tih knjiga? Jezik ima snažan utjecaj na druge. Bog traži sveti život, a jedno od ključnih područja koja moramo čuvati svim snagama jest naš jezik.

Istina je da svi imamo problem s onim što izgovaramo. To je vjerojatno razlog zašto Biblija toliko mnogo govori o jeziku. Izreke su pune stihova kako o pozitivnim tako i negativnim aspektima jezika. Izračunao sam da se izrazi kao što su jezik, usne, usta i riječi, i aspekti pojavljuju više od 170 puta u Bibliji. Živjeli smo mnogo godina na brodu i zapamtili kako bi malo kormilo usmjeravalo brod za vrijeme velikih oluja. Jakovljeva 3,4-5 kaže:

„Evo i plovila, tolika su i siloviti ih vjetrovi pogone, a njima upravlja veoma maleno kormilo, kamo god kormilar ushtjedne. Tako je i jezik malen ud, a velikim se diči. Gle malena ognja, koliku li šumu zapali!“

Govoriti negativno je skupo u duhovnom svijetu, dok ako pazimo na ono što izgovaramo može donijeti duhovnu nagradu. U Jerihonu, Božji narod je marširao oko grada u tišini šest dana. Kada su konačno sedmoga dana viknuli, zidovi su odmah pali. Tišina, a potom vikanje u pravo vrijeme donijelo im je pobjedu. Ovo vrijedi i za nas svakog pojedinačno. Ako pazimo svoj govor, možemo zadobiti veliku pobjedu. Razmislite o ovome:

  • Kada hodamo i govorimo u snazi Duha Svetoga, pobjeđujemo neprijatelja.
  • Kada ostajemo u Kristu, Njegov Duh teče iz naših života riječju i djelima gdje god idemo.
  • Kada ulazimo na mjesto na kojem je očit strah, možemo doći u duhu mira i govoriti riječi života.

Naše riječi mogu biti ljubazne i pune ljubavi. Naši postupci zajedno s riječima koje su izgovorene s blagošću, mirom i samokontrolom pokazuju ljubav čak i među našim neprijateljima. Čitamo u Galaćanima 5,22-23: „A plod je Duha: ljubav, radost, mir, strpljivost, blagost, dobrota, vjera, krotkost, uzdržljivost. Protiv ovih nema zakona.“

Usne Pravednika

U Izrekama 10 nalazimo sedam karakteristika usana pravednika. Kada se suzdržavamo od kritiziranja i negativnog govora, moramo ga zamijeniti s riječima koje podižu, koje su pozitivne i pune milosti. Razmislite o riječima koje govorite. Podižu li i donose li život drugima? Tražite Boga da vam pomogne procijeniti vaš govor dok čitate ove stihove:

  • Izvor života – „Pravednikova su usta izvor života, a usta opakih kriju nasilje“ (stih 11).
  • Usne razumnoga – „Na usnama razumnoga nalazi se mudrost, a šiba je za leđa čovjeka kratke pameti“ (stih 13).
  • Zauzdava usne – „Mnoštvo riječi ne biva bez grijeha, a tko zauzdava usne svoje, razuman je“ (stih 19).
  • Birano srebro – „Jezik je pravednikov birano srebro, srce opakih malo je vrijedno“ (stih 20).
  • Hrani mnoge – „Usne pravednikove nahranit će mnoge, a ludi umiru kratke pameti“ (stih 21).
  • Rađa mudrošću – „Usta pravednikova urodit će mudrošću, a opak jezik bit će posječen“ (stih 31).
  • Zna što je milo – „Usne pravednikove znaju što je milo, a usta opakih zbore opačine“ (stih 32).

Na putu u Indiju uzela sam sa sobom knjigu za čitanje Prilika za umrijeti od Elisabeth Elliot o Amy Carmichael. Ona je bila uspješna misionarka u Indiji koja je spašavala djecu od dječje prostitucije, svijetli primjer nekoga tko je naučio odreći se svoga života i živjeti samo za Boga. Amy je imala karakter nalik Kristu i pobožan govor. Svaki put kada sam vozila tim neravnim cestama ili morala prolaziti kroz teškoće, rekla sam samoj sebi: „Ovo je prilika da umrem sebi.“ Imala sam mnogo prilika na tom putovanju da se prisjetim što Bog radi u meni. Učio me poniznosti i slomljenosti i izgradnji mog karaktera. Podsjetila sam se u tim trenucima da pazim svoj jezik i govorim riječi koje će druge podići i blagosloviti. A kada sam govorila pozitivno, Bog me blagoslovio čak i usred poteškoća.

Kada prolazite kroz nedaće, znajte koja se ogromna snaga nalazi u vašim riječima i recite sami sebi: „Pazit ću na riječi koje izlaze iz mojih usta. To je prilika da umrem sebi i živim za Isusa.“

„Isus je otvoreno govorio o našim beskorisnim riječima, a ipak njegovo upozorenje često prolazi nezapaženo. Isus je rekao da će se za svaku beskorisnu riječ morati položiti račun u dan suda. Očekivali bismo da Isus osudi nečistu i zlu uporabu jezika, ali beskorisne riječi? Beskorisne riječi su one koje izgovaramo bezbrižno, bez brige za njihov utjecaj na druge. Također prebrzo pretpostavljamo da su grijesi našeg jezika manji grijesi, grijesi preko kojih će Bog lako prijeći. Ipak, Isus je bio potpuno svjestan razorne prirode naših riječi.“ Citati Henry i Richard Blackaby

Autorica: Debbie Przybylski

Oración Persistente

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“La oración persistente es un poderoso movimiento del alma hacia Dios. Es un remover de las fuerzas más profundas del alma hacia el trono de la gracia celestial. Es la habilidad de aguantar, empujar, y esperar. Deseo sin descanso, paciencia en descanso, y fuerza para aguantar está todos ligadas en ello. No es un incidente ni una actuación, sino una pasión del alma. No es algo necesitado a medias, sino una viva necesidad.”

Esta carta esta específicamente dedicada a aquellos de ustedes que han estado orando durante mucho tiempo por una petición especifica y aún no habéis visto respuesta. Quizás muchos de nosotros estamos así, porque la persistencia es una importante cualidad necesaria para la intercesión. Requiere fe el orar durante años por algo y permanecer esperando la respuesta. Quiero animaros a que no os rindáis. Dios sigue oyendo vuestras oraciones. Os esta trayendo a un nivel más profundo de intercesión que no se consigue a través de energía de la carne sino por el Espíritu de Dios.

Cosecharas tu cosecha si no te rindes.

“La calidad de lucha en la oración persistente no brota de la violencia física ni de energías de la carne. No es un impulso de energía ni un mero deseo del alma. Es una fuerza interior o habilidad plantada y desarrollada por el Espíritu Santo. Es la intercesión del Espíritu de Dios en nosotros.”

Quiero compartir con vosotros un ejemplo reciente de mi propia vida. Mi madre ha estado orando por la salvación de mi padre durante más de treinta años. Muchos de nosotros nos hemos unido a ella en esta petición. Después de treinta años de oración, ella no veía ni una indicación del más mínimo interés espiritual en la vida de mi padre. Él estaba muy enfermo a la edad de 80 años y podía morir con facilidad debido a su enfermedad del corazón. Persistimos en oración por su salud física y espiritual.

Recientemente, estando hospitalizado, él tomó la iniciativa y nos llamó para que fuéramos al hospital por la noche para verle. Mi madre lo trajo al Señor. Esta fue una enorme contestación a la oración.

Si Dios puede salvar a mi propio padre después de treinta años de oración, sé que puede hacer lo que sea. No existe ninguna situación que sea demasiado difícil para Dios. Él quiere que cada uno de nosotros persista en oración incluso cuando la respuesta parezca imposible. ¡No te rindas!

“Pedid, y se os dará; buscad, y hallaréis; llamad, y se os abrirá, porque todo aquel que pide, recibe; y el que busca, halla; y al que llama, se le abrirá” (Mateo 7:7-8).

La Vida de Oración Persistente de Pablo

“Sin la persistencia, las oraciones pueden terminar sin ser contestadas. La importunidad esta hecha de la habilidad de aguantar, continuar, y esperar en un sujetar relajado y no relajado, deseo sin descanso, y paciencia en descanso. La oración que importuna no es un hecho incidental, sino lo más importante; no es una actuación, sino una pasión; no una opción, sino una necesidad.”

El apóstol Pablo es nuestro gran ejemplo en la oración persistente. Me maravillo en su perseverancia en oración por las iglesias. Él nunca se rindió, sino que creyó en el poder de la oración persistente. Nosotros también necesitamos perseverar hasta que llegue la respuesta. Mira su ejemplo. Oraba de forma continua, con deseo y sin cesar, noche y día por las iglesias. Pablo no se rindió.

  • “Constantes en la oración” (Romanos 12:12).
  • “Orando de noche y de día con gran insistencia”
    (1 Tesalonicenses 3:10).
  • “Dios me es testigo de que sin cesar hago mención de vosotros siempre en mis oraciones” (Romanos 1:9).
  • “Siempre que oramos por vosotros” (Colosenses 1:3).
  • Doy gracias a mi Dios siempre que me acuerdo de vosotros. Siempre en todas mis oraciones ruego con gozo por todos vosotros” (Filipenses 1:3-4).
  • Por lo cual también nosotros, desde el día que lo oímos, no cesamos de orar por vosotros” (Colosenses 1:9).
  • “Por esta razón también oramos siempre por vosotros”
    (2 Tesalonicenses 1:11).
  • “No ceso de dar gracias por vosotros, haciendo memoria de vosotros en mis oraciones” (Efesios 1:16).
  • Doy gracias a Dios… de que sin cesar me acuerdo de ti en mis oraciones noche y día” (2 Timoteo 1:3).

Te animo a no rendirte en la oración. Quizás aún no hayas visto la contestación a tu oración por la salvación de los miembros de tu familia, la liberación de tu ministerio o algo por lo cual tú estas orando en tu iglesia. Puede que hayas estado orando durante un número de años, sentías que Dios te había guiado en esas oraciones, y ahora viene la tentación de rendirte. Te animo a que sigas en oración, y a que no desmayes. Sé fuerte en esperanza y en fe. Dios tiene un resultado glorioso si continuas. Lee acerca de la parábola que Jesús relató en Lucas 18:1-8 con respecto a la persistencia en la oració:

“También les refirió Jesús una parábola sobre la necesidad de orar siempre y no desmayar…”

“Ora y nunca desmayes es la norma que Cristo nos da acerca de la oración. Es la prueba de nuestra fe, cuanto más severa la prueba y mayor la espera, más gloriosos serán los resultados. Los beneficios y necesidades de importunar están enseñados en las vidas de los santos del Antiguo Testamento. Los hombres de oración han de ser fuertes en esperanza, fe y oración. Deben saber como esperar y empujar, esperar en Dios y ser apasionados en sus acercamientos a Él.” Citas por E. M. Bounds

By Debbie Przybylski
Intercessors Arise International
IHOPKC

Touching the Nations with the Presence & Power of God

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