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Worship On Our Knees: The Living Reality of Prayer
"And his fellow servant fell down at his feet, and besought him, saying, Have patience with me, and I will pay thee all", Matthew 18:29
In Jewish custom if a servant wanted grace from his master, he or she would fall at his feet. Feet represented a place of grace and mercy and when you worship at his feet you are availing yourself of God's grace and mercy. For years we have used our altar as a place of exchange. The altar simply represents the Cross. It was the only place sacrifices could be offered.
I pray that God opens our hearts and minds to understand these spiritual truths and walk in them. God is looking not for extraordinary things; God is looking for the people humble enough to lose it all on their knees, at his feet and hungry enough to pull the extraordinary out
Imani Voice January/February 2014
“I’m Just Saying” is a “focused practical process where in spending time with God each day, we through various circumstances, challenges, and choices seek to hear God’s clear instructions for our lives as He judges each day worthy of spending time with us”. This forty day devotional derives from the relationship of the number forty and fulfillment of promises in the scripture, states Bishop Kafela in the section titled “Why A Forty Day Devotional? He concludes this devotional by asking, “Where do you spend most of your time, on a mountain or in a valley?” “The valley is the only route to our personal promised land; there is no alternate route. Mountains are where God calls us, test us and bring us a message of hope to proclaim to his people….”