A Voluntary Act Of Devotion
The Burnt Offering was a voluntary act of devotion and dedication to the Lord. It was offered by an individual person or group of people... and the significance of the fire which was to be kept burning continually, was a beautiful picture of continual, voluntary devotion to God. It portrayed a broken and contrite heart of loving trust that was dedicated to the Lord by the person, or group of people, who gave the offering.
May we follow in the steps of our Savior and by the mercies of God, present our bodies and our very lives as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable unto God - for this is our reasonable service of thanksgiving and praise to the One Who gave Himself for us. May our lives be our own, personal Burnt Offering to our Father in heaven. May our lives be our own voluntary sacrifice to the Lord - Who loved the Church so much that He gave Himself for HER.
The fire must be kept burning on the altar continuously; it must not go out.
Our United Prayer:
Heavenly Father, thank You for giving us such an amazing understanding of Who You are and what You desire from Your children. Thank You that Jesus was both the Sin Offering Who paid the price for our sins, but also the Burnt Offering Who willingly gave His life to fulfil Your plans and purposes for the redemption of the world. We pray that we may willingly present our bodies in continual devotion and dedication to You, by giving up ourselves to Your service. This we ask in Jesus' name, AMEN.
We are a growing group of people praying daily for and with others. We were led to start an online ministry to deliver what is needed more now than ever, a place where you can go to easily to submit a prayer request or requests involving others to pray for your needs. The Power of Prayer. Matthew 18:20- For where two or more come together in my name, there I am among them. You are never alone in prayer. The Power Of Numbers Praying.
We ask you to pray for this ministry, for its success in helping others in need of prayer.
2 Corinthians 2:17
"Unlike so many, we do not peddle the word of God for profit. On the contrary, in Christ we speak before God with sincerity, as those sent from God."