Issachar Imprints is proud to announce the release of its newest title, Return to First Love, written by Barbara Stephan! Her book was born out of a renewed intimate love relationship with Jesus! A… Source: Read the New Issachar Book by Barbara Stephan! – Issachar ImprintsRead More Read the New Issachar Book by Barbara Stephan! – Issachar Imprints
The following is an excerpt from Scott Fowler, Contending for the Habit of Daily Prayer. New York: Issachar Imprints. 2016. There are two things we need to be comfortable with if we are to successfully cultivate a meaningful, dynamic prayer life. The first is ourselves—being comfortable in “our own skin” as they say. It may not […]Read More Legitimacy
Good morning SGT family! I hope you will hear from the Lord today. Today I will be sharing a message entitled, The Mind, the Soul, and a Clear Path to Victory (just click the link and you will have my notes).Read More The Mind, the Soul, and a Clear Path to Victory
No one would know it but in the last four and a half years since this blog has been online it has had views from almost every nation in the world. I don’t post all the time or even regularly, but I often wonder what I could write that might make an impact on people […]Read More I’m Wondering…?
Something encouraging occurred to me some time ago concerning prayer. There were two or three things I was intensely praying about, needing an answer. I watched as the Lord supplied all but one of those needs. Because the need that went “unmet” was so intense, it got nearly all of my focus and I began […]Read More Answers on the Left, Waiting on the Right
(The following questions are put forth as concisely worded reminders to help you be accountable to the all-important privilege and opportunity for daily prayer. The key, if your answers are negative, is not to become discouraged, guilty, or to find a way to justify yourself, but rather to consider the questions honestly and on a […]Read More The Two Questions . . .
Appreciating these words from John Donne’s Holy Sonnets, XIV Batter my heart, three-person’d God ; for you As yet but knock ; breathe, shine, and seek to mend ; That I may rise, and stand, o’erthrow me, and bend Your force, to break, blow, burn, and make me new. I, like an usurp’d town, to […]Read More “Batter my heart, three-personed God”