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Hidden Power of Watching and Praying
Hidden Power of Watching and Praying by Mahesh Chavda and Bonnie Chavda

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Author: Mahesh and Bonnie Chavda
Format: Paperback
Length: 234 Pages
Published: 2009

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We cannot afford to be prayerless. The victories we need to win will not be won with fleshly tickling of the five senses or programs that touch the mind but not the soul. Prayer is the single most important ministry of the church, yet much of todays church is powerless because it is prayerless.

The Lord has issued a renewed call to corporate fasting and intercessory prayer for the deliverance and healing of the nations in preparation for His return.

Such a call requires:

  • Sacrifice
  • Complete surrender to Christ
  • Dogged willingness to engage the enemy on the field of battle
  • Answering this call to battle is not for the faint of heart, but for those who truly want to make a difference for the Kingdom of God in their world.

    Learn how you can access and demonstrate The Hidden Power of Watching and Praying. Your prayer life will never be the same as you are strengthened with the power of God as you pray.

    Table of Contents

    Introduction: The Way You Do

    Chapter 1: Reveal Who You Are

    Chapter 2: Holy!

    Chapter 3: Set the World Right

    Chapter 4: Do Whats Best

    Chapter 5: As Above, So Below

    Chapter 6: Alive With Three Square Meals

    Chapter 7: Forgiven and Forgiving

    Chapter 8: Safe From Ourselves, Safe From the Devil

    Chapter 9: Youre in Charge

    Chapter 10: Dunamis

    Chapter 11: Ablaze in Beauty

    Chapter 12: Yes! Yes! Yes!

    Epilogue: Go Set a Watch

    About the Authors

    Mahesh and Bonnie Chavda are the founders and senior pastors of All Nations Church in Charlotte, North Carolina. Together they serve as international evangelists, having led more than 700,000 people to Christ worldwide. They also oversee Watch of the Lord prayer movement. The Chavdas and their four children reside in Charlotte.