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Religious Protocol

If I would come in to our kitchen, kneel down and say to my wife, “Heavenly wife who art in the kitchen, wilt thou tell me what cookest thou?” She might laugh at me and answer,

“I wilt! Cut the religious protocol, get up, and give me a kiss!”

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Posted in Communing With God, Fred Malir


Praise God Wholeheartedly

When you read the Psalms you will notice how often the psalmist bursts into praise. He praises God time and again. Of all the 66 books of the Bible, the book of Psalms contains more praises to God than any other; over 200 times the psalmists praise God.

Unquestionably,

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Posted in Conversing With God, Fred Malir


A Time to Live and a Time to Die

Toward the latter part of 1988, Lena Reynolds did not feel well. She had to be taken to the hospital. They found she had pneumonia. On the third day of her hospitalization she went into coma for three months! Her condition deteriorated steadily until one night they could not find her pulse at all.

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Posted in Conversing With God, Fred Malir


Pray the Greatest Prayer Ever Prayed

Scripture Reading: The entire 17th chapter of John.

Just before He was captured and execut­ed, Jesus prayed.

That prayer is now considered to be the great­est prayer ever prayed, the prayer of prayers.

It will be good for us to highlight a few of our Lord’s extraordinary requests to the Father.

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Posted in Conversing With God, Fred Malir


A Very Short Prayer

“…Yes, Lord…” (Mark 7:28m).

We do well not to argue with the Lord, but be quick to agree with Him.

The Syrophoenician woman agreed with Jesus and her faith was rewarded.

Sometimes, a long prayer is not needed; a short prayer of submissiveness to God is what pleases our God.

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Posted in Conversing With God, Fred Malir


The Gardener in Chile

One day in Santiago, Chile, a friend of mine asked me to take a walk with him. On the way he stopped about six times to preach Christ to different people. This gave me so much joy that soon I also was preaching Christ to the strangers we would meet on the way.

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Posted in Conversing With God, Fred Malir


What to Pray For Other Believers

“For this cause we also, since the day we heard it, do not cease to pray for you, and to desire that ye might be filled with the knowledge of his will in all wisdom and spiri­tual understanding; That ye might walk worthy of the Lord unto all pleasing,

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Posted in Conversing With God, Fred Malir


The Empty Wallet

I returned home on April 11, 1994, after ministering again in Cuba. What is close to minimum wage in America, $5 for one hour of work, was what a doctor earned working hard for a whole month in Cuba. There was rationing of food. Toothpaste was unavailable. Yet it was a blessed and fruitful time.

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Posted in Conversing With God, Fred Malir


Blast Them!

“God, break their teeth in their mouth! Cut them to pieces!

Back in 1950 I had heard a pastor making fun of old ladies reading the psalms. He said that real Christian masculine men should read the New Testament instead. But, as I read the Psalms again I discovered he was wrong.

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Posted in Conversing With God, Fred Malir


God is With Us

In Arad, Romania, on June 5 of 1992, I was very uncom­fort­able with a six day constipation due to the poor Rumanian diet I had been eating–lots of meat and bread–not enough vegetables. So I went to see a Christian physician.

At the clinic, Dr Lydia Popa MD introduced me to her husband Doru Popa,

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Posted in Conversing With God, Fred Malir


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