This Christmas season I am remembering in prayer all those who read the blog every week. I appreciate your faithfulness in tuning in. Perhaps in the coming year you will post more comments. They are always welcome. In fact, I wouldn't mind if the posts became more of a conversation.
I encourage you to keep knocking on Jesus' door through prayer and see what happens. His desire is for us to be whole and healthy, and he wants everyone to be saved. There is more than enough manna to go around.
There are three parts to Manna Prayer: the email requests, the phone calls, and the blog and other prayer resources on the website. People who email Manna Prayer hail from around the world – from the United Kingdom to the United Arab Emirates, from Kenya to Kuala Lumpur and from Pakistan to the Philippines.
Who calls Manna Prayer? People who know me call; and people who don't know me call. Some who call, call only once for a specific need, others call regularly for prayer for long-term illnesses, ongoing situations, or for a job. Thanks to our merciful Father, people are being healed, set free and having their lives changed.
Surprisingly to me, the blog is the most popular part of Manna Prayer. It is available on both Facebook (www.facebook.com/MannaPrayerMinistries) and Twitter (@alicenoe1). There have been over 10,000 hits on the blog. If you have only experienced Manna Prayer through one portal, I invite you to explore the entire website. Also, there is now a donation option on the home page through PayPal.
This blog post comes with a prayer for you. May God bless you and keep you and make his face to shine upon you all the days of your life. May your relationship with Jesus grow stronger every day.
He is our Peace.
How big will the tent be? I don't know. But beginning September 25 and continuing through the election on November 6, a tent will be erected on the Ellipse. The purpose is to offer 24/7 praise and worship to our God leading up to the election. Continuous prayer will be offered for our nation for over 40 days.
When the group sponsoring David's Tent sent in the application for a space to meet in DC, they expected to be placed at McPherson's Square, where the Occupy DC movement had been camped. Instead, they were offered the Ellipse. The Parks Department realized that something sacred was being done and placed them on the Ellipse. No one has been able to hold anything on the Ellipse since 9/11. So I think God is at work in getting this house of prayer right in the center of our national government.
If you live in the DC area or you are visiting our nation's capitol, I hope you will drop by the tent for a time of prayer. There will be music for worship during the day, but at 9:00 each evening, the music and amplification will stop. For further information check out:
Hope to see you there.
When the Hebrew people complained in the desert that they wanted food, God sent manna. (Exodus 16) He sent fresh manna every day. In fact, it wouldn't keep from day to day without going bad, so they had to gather it every day and make it into fresh bread.
Just so, we need fresh food from God every day. We need to commune, to sit at table with God every day, to hear God's conversation, to eat God's food, to be in God's presence. Yesterday's conversation, food and presence were good, but we need more today.
The good news for today is that with God there is always more. He is more than generous.
Turn to him today.
I started this website and blog on May 1, 2012. I am a Catholic who has been in ministry for many years. I first developed what I would call a close relationship with Jesus in the early 1970s. Ever since then I have been praying with people for healing and other needs. It is because I have seen so many of these prayers answered that I am so bold as to offer to pray for you individually through this website and phone line.