Wednesday, January 11, 2023


Today’s Reading: Romans 9-10

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The Stoa of Attalos in Athens is recognized as one of the most impressive stoae (covered walkways) in the Athenian Agora (market place). It was built by and named after King Attalos II of Pergamon who ruled between 159 BC and 138 BC. It was rebuilt between 1953 and 1956.

GOOGLE MAPS – To see where the photo was taken, click HERE.


Key Verse: Romans 10:12-13

For there is no distinction between Jew and Greek, for the same Lord over all is rich to all who call upon Him. For “whoever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved.”


“Jew and Greek” could also be written, “Israeli and Gentile.” God has every right to choose His people. He chooses all those He knows in His foreknowledge will call on His Name! We may want to ask God for the same deep concern Paul experienced for his people, according to the flesh, the Jewish people. Paul had great sorrow and continual grief in his heart for Israel. He longed for their salvation. He showed the depth of his intercession when he was willing, if necessary, to be separated from God in order that they might be saved. This kind of prayer, and Paul’s continued witness for Christ, resulted in many more thousands of Jews becoming believers in Jesus. For at least the first 100 years, the core and leadership of the Christian Church was Jewish. God responds with strong initiatives to bring people to Himself when we pray as Paul prayed. The promise of our key verse happens over and over and over again. On the 100 Huntley Street telecast the hosts try to give an invitation to call on the Name of the Lord Jesus in every program. (click here to watch 100 Huntley Street).


Lord Jesus, as Your disciples asked You, even so I ask You the same: “Lord, teach us to pray.” Not just the words to say, but to actually do my praying with greater fervency than ever before. In Your strong Name I pray. Amen! Amen! Amen! Amen! You promise, Lord Jesus, through Your brother, Jerusalem Pastor James, that “The fervent effectual prayer of a righteous man [or woman] will avail much” (James 5:16b). Read James 5:13-20.


In my prayer life, it’s a fact that the more fervently I’ve prayed, getting up earlier and earlier in the morning to cry out to God, the more of God’s will I saw happen. I’m constantly reminded that the Lord is “not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance” (2 Peter 3:9b). The obvious fact is that the greater my level of fervency, the greater creative means of presenting the Good New of Jesus are found, and the more people come to Christ. For example, over 60% of all information people receive now comes from the Internet. On, exciting new material is being added daily as God’s people pray and give sacrificially…and a lot of past material is there too. As a 80-year-old Evangelist, I can hardly believe that many of my messages and interviews from the past are now present, and will continue to be there, God willing, into the future. As an example, here is an interview I did years ago with George Foreman, the only person to win twice the world’s heavyweight boxing championship — click here.

Yours for the whole world to be saturated with messages from the heart of Jesus!


19 thoughts on “Wednesday, January 11, 2023

  1. Good morning everyone
    I am speaking to you from my hospital bed
    I have a price report and I’m able to straighten my leg and bend my knee all I can say is hallelujah and we serve a great God
    Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your prayers I have felt your prayers I have felt God’s presence in such a real way
    I will keep you updated on my progress 🦵👍🙂✝️🙏♥️

    • Praise God,Marilyn.They ‘kicked me out’ of the hospital the day after surgery for both of my knees.Be sure to take your pain meds about 1 hr before your exercises so that you are able to do them.FYI:A woman cut in front of me at a 4 way stop one day and I hit my break hard throwing myself off the bike,landing on my R knee with nothing but a bruise to show.(She fled.)The knees are as strong as the natural knee.God bless

      • Really William
        That soon wow and you had both knees done
        Are you doing really well or did they just kick you out?
        My opinion this is just my opinion William I think they should have kept you in a little bit longer
        Well I just said I guess not .
        How are you doing
        And if you don’t mind me asking when did you have them done?
        Take care William thanks for sharing that with me
        I really like to hear about other people’s experiences

      • Yes Marilyn, I am also thankful that your surgery went well, I am praying that you will get through your therapy with a minimum of pain. God bless you my dear.
        Blessings to all Eleanor M.

  2. The Kingdom Is Ours

    Oh,Lord,though we have sinned against You
    And have done evil in your sight,
    You still love us the ages through,
    Withholding from us Your just might.

    To each of us You have been a Friend,
    Your guidance led those who would hear
    And shown Your mercy has no end;
    As we repent,you draw us near.

    Lord,restore to us a right spirit,
    For You have washed away our sin
    And we know we’re not to fear it
    When evil seeks to come within.

    Oh,my Savoir,You are always true
    And we want to walk in Your light
    But there is one who will undo
    And e’er seeks to bind us in fright.

    Oh Lord,we know Your word is our shield
    But relentless thoughts from the snake,
    Seek to steal what we must not yield,
    For the kingdom is ours to take. Amen
    G W(Bill) Marshall/13 Sept, 2015

  3. So good to hear from you, Marilyn and to know that you are doing well after your surgery. Thanks be to God! We pray that your whole recovery journey will be a continuous praise report. God bless you!

  4. Yes Marilyn, I am also thankful that your surgery went well, I am praying that you will get through your therapy with a minimum of pain. God bless you my dear.
    Blessings to all Eleanor M.

  5. Thanks everybody
    Between the scale of 1 to 10 my pain is an eight so it needs to come down 👇
    They are giving me pain medication which is good they’ve given me exercises to do so yeah 🙏

  6. Praise the Lord that you are doing well Marilyn. Continuing to pray for all those in need
    To Eleanor, duplication of support and prayer is not a bad thing. When one is in need of prayer the more the better

    Blessings for all

  7. Praying for you Marilyn to recover with no pain.
    My niece Cassandra and her son Alessio are at home in Calgary.
    Thank you for your prayes.
    Please pray for my niece Samantha she has a job interview
    tomorrow at 5 o’clock.

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