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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


You Can Get Anything You Ask For in Prayer

“Jesus answered and said unto them, `Verily I say unto you, If ye have faith, and doubt not, ye shall not only do this which is done to the fig tree, but also if ye shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea;

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Posted in Conversing With God, Fred Malir


The Harpist

In 1983 I preached in Asunción, Paraguay, where I met a most blessed servant of the Lord, Pedro Wareiczuk. Pedro is very skilled in playing the Paraguayan indian harp. This instrument is very simple in design and half the size of a regular harp but has a larger resonance chamber.

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Posted in Conversing With God, Fred Malir


Total Oneness With God

“The Spirit and the Bride say, `Come!’” (Revelation 22:17 KJV).

On the very last page of God’s Word, one of the last things that God makes known is that He desires total oneness with you! This is God’s ultimate goal; the total oneness between God the Holy Spirit and the Bride of Christ,

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Posted in Conversing With God, Fred Malir


The Unexpected

When I was in Romania in May 1992, I heard many good things about Alexandrou, a preacher who had started a church in his home. On May 3rd., the Lord stirred me to go to one of his services. They fellowshipped in a narrow, long hall in his very ancient home in Bucharest.

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Posted in Conversing With God, Fred Malir


The Sovereignty of God

Only God is sovereign, not you nor I.

“For God had said to Moses, `If I want to be kind to someone, I will. And I will take pity on anyone I want to.’ And so God’s blessings are not given just because someone decides to have them or works hard to get them.

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Posted in Conversing With God, Fred Malir


A Painting in a Shop Window

In 1989 I was ministering in five cities in Uruguay. One of these was the capital, Montevideo, with a population of one million. It was a joy to discover at that time that an open-air ministry I had helped to start was still going on, years later! It was amazing the way the Lord caused it all to begin,

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Posted in Conversing With God, Fred Malir


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