Monthly Archives: February 2008

The Midshipman’s Prayer

As a young midshipman at the U.S. Naval Academy, I prayed this prayer at least once a week, during Sunday chapel services. Chaplain William N. Thomas wrote it for the 1938 graduation; in those days, graduations were held in the … Continue reading

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Victory Through Superior Prayer Power

Over at the IHOP website they have posted an article titled, “Daniel Nash – Prevailing Prince of Prayer.”  It’s a Microsoft Word document under “God TV” notes.  Father Nash, as he was called, was the prayer partner of Charles Finney … Continue reading

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What Is Ash Wednesday?

You can read all about it here.  It is the beginning of a season of reflection and meditation leading up to Holy Week (Palm Sunday to Good Friday).  We evangelicals don’t usually pay much attention to Ash Wednesday, but liturgicals … Continue reading

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Fasting for Lent – 21/40 Fast

Beginning Ash Wednesday, February 6, 2008, we will be participating in a fast that restricts what we eat and how we entertain ourselves.  Those participating in the 21 day fast will continue through February 27.  Those wishing to go on … Continue reading

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