Contemplative prayer is powerful

Posted by Peter A Vandever in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

It was hard for me to take. I didn’t even like the idea of having a “quiet time.” I wanted a loud time. I heard best from God listen to Jesus Freak by DC Talk on full blast on the stereo. I knew that God loves to talk and He likes to roar. A lion is not quiet last I checked.

John Kissinger [12/06/2015 7:48 AM]
Link Hudson does not have loud time too much 🙂

Marc Eckert [12/06/2015 9:36 AM]
Contemplative prayer is powerful… It’s also not biblical and has nothing to do with a genuine move of the Holy Spirit in a believers life. Sound doctrine is important and the word of God is the SOLE authority for belief and conduct. http://christianresearchnetwork.org/topic/contemplative-prayer/

Peter A Vandever [12/06/2015 9:45 AM]
Church history would disagree. I do not practice it for the reason I said but I see its’ value.

John Kissinger [12/07/2015 9:17 AM]
as long a we pray – anyhow anywhere anytime anyone

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