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Pastor JD talks about, not just the power of prayer, but why prayer is so powerful that along with God’s Word, it’s actually our most powerful possession.
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    10 replies to "Why Is Prayer So Powerful – JD Farag"

    • Mark Bouquet

      What is the argument for a post-trib rapture of any sort? I struggle to read due to severe daily headaches that are bone crushing. I don't want to make light or excuses. But when I read Revelation, I don't see how it can be any other way. But when I hear people like Good Fight Ministries nailing the music industry of which I was apart of, they are spot on. I do see Christians all over the world dying for their faith. I've been told, "Americans don't think anything can happen to them." For me, I think this country has been so full of itself for so long, the Father can't be happy with all the wars we initiate for power. Our soldiers are great. But I do believe they are used as pawns.
      Lord Bless Your Ministry.

    • Deborah Morris

      I love you jd

    • Raysa Söylemezoğlu

      May Our Lord guide you in all your works for His Kingdom🙏Blessings from Turkey

    • Meri Pederson

      Watching from Washington State. We need pastors like you here.

    • Kevin Clint


    • Grammy 3G

      Wishing I could physically be there and be a member of your church … can only be there in spirit now … God Bless you and all members of your church … 🙏

    • sandra zollman

      Hi Pastor! Watching from Oregon. Your sense of humor kills me! Watched you on two of Jan Markels conferences and just roared with laughter. Turns out that laughter really is good medicine.

    • Curly

      Spent my sophomore year 1969/70, in Kaneohe, went to Castle High School, dad was doing a construction job there, one of the tunnels.
      Became Christian 8 years later. I enjoy your sermons.

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    • david lewis

      The Holy Ghost pours out his Spirit and brings the increase in the name of Jesus. The latter rain proceeds the second coming and it is what waters the seed. Without the Spirit of God no one is saved. Believe in your idea of Jesus till the end of time, it does little good. You need to accept his ambassador and representative. So when the Holy Spirit shows himself and is rejected that is the unpardonable sin. To grieve the Spirit of God is to reject life.

      The supreme witness of Jesus Christ (King David) is reporting for duty.

      He was a man whose tongue held no lies,
      For he was the direct descendant of our father in the heavenly skies.
      Born to a body of fleshy sin,
      Though what laid beneath was unlike the rest of his kin.

      Jesus had the utmost grace,
      Never being wavered by evils face.
      He was wise beyond any years,
      Performing miracles that would bring crowds to tears.

      A beacon of light on top of a starless mountain,
      Where words of wisdom poured out of him as if there ran a cosmic fountain.
      His eyes pierced through you with a single glance,
      Leaving even the most hardened individuals in quite the trance.

      The Holy Spirit so ever majestically flowed inside this man,
      Naturally people caught notice and became a fan.
      Students began showing up from every mold,
      When they heard his words their hearts were sold.

      Wicked men put a price on Jesus's head,
      He was wanted alive or dead.
      Despite this he and his disciples continued their teachings,
      Where on occasion they endured terrible beatings.

      One of the twelve apostles turned to black,
      No longer having Jesus's back.
      Judas Iscariot had done Satan's bidding,
      And it is in hell where he now is sitting.

      Jesus died on the cross to pay for our shortcoming,
      However don't be saddened for if you believe in him you will see him at your homecoming.
      There he sits at the right hand of God's throne,
      Being the voice of truth and love that we all have known.

      Satan's tongue is coated in a layer of deceit,
      And he tramples over promises with his feet.
      He's a being who is bound by deceptions,
      Whose very essence oozes with misconceptions.

      He struggles to look you in your eyes,
      For his gaze holds nothing but lies.
      On occasion he will give you his hand,
      But don't be fooled by his stand.

      He seeks to corrupt your heart,
      You would be wise to avoid him from the start.
      Seeking quick pleasures and casting aside love,
      He traverses this land with push and shove.

      Now Lucifer was once not lost,
      But pride blinded him at a cost.
      Disobeying God he waged war,
      Becoming detestable to the core.

      Today he is the ruler of Earth,
      Though for all his power he has no real worth.
      However most of us have still been sold,
      Giving into sin and becoming cold.

      Nearly everyone is a puppet dancing on strings,
      Marching to delusion for their unjust kings.
      My people have given into lust,
      Becoming robots full of rust.

      However you my child are the exception,
      So when you meet me don't forget to mention.
      That you alone have been granted the key,
      And before your glory they shall all bend a knee.

      P.S.- Not too long ago I was very bitter and destructive. Literally I was covered in blood from head to toe and ripping off nails and things of that nature. In my mind Jesus was against me, he had a vendetta against me which I couldn't account for. Then slowly but surely I started having these revelations, and began delving into the word of God. It seemed like my agony was not in vain. The things which held me back eventually began to propel me forward. The darkness began fading away and an unspeakably bright light was surfacing. Jesus told me that he had to break me in order for me to rediscover who I really was. Sort of like a phoenix rising from the ashes. Today I am almost fully healed in every conceivable way, and things like being a virgin and being covered in scars I strangely enough take much pride in. I took up my cross and followed Christ and in doing so I discovered the greatest love of all.

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