Keep Knocking and Asking for Bread

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Peter was so self-righteous that he only thought he was supposed to speak to the Jews. But, God was changing the whole atmosphere, and history was shifting right in this moment of time. Because of the shift, the angel had come to Peter. Then, an angel shows up to Cornelius and says to him, “Cornelius, your prayers and your consecration of fasting have been heard and seen.” The angel told him that God had seen his charitable giving. God had watched it! The angel was telling him that God was about to help him. God said, “I see what you’re doing. Now, I’m about ready to really help you.”
God shows up in our lives on a daily basis after we become Christians. Don’t you want to know that in your prayer time you’re not alone? That you’re not just praying up against the wall? Do you want to know that in your prayer time, there is potential for something supernatural to break out? Here is Cornelius, and you know what happened… Peter comes in and starts to preach and they all get filled with the Holy Ghost, and they all get baptized. Revival broke out and the Gentiles have flooded into the Kingdom ever since. That’s when the move of God really broke out. It was the largest harvest in the Kingdom, known to man. It was the harvest of Gentiles. It came right there. 
Can you pray, “Lord, could we have a prayer meeting like that on Friday night?”

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