21 Days of Breaking Chains

21 Days of Breaking Chains begins Wednesday, January 1, 2014 through Tuesday, January 21st at 6:33pm (PST). For more vision information visit our special “21 BC” Replay Line at (832) 551-5950. PIN: 118129#. Replay message is 2121#. 
Bishop Teal invites all Prayer Everywhere Partners to join him on the New Hope Prayer Call nightly as we enter the new year praying and fasting for greater deliverance and destiny. We are believing God to break every chain! The number is (832) 551-5100. The personal identification number (PIN) is 259999#.  We will be reading and exhorting through the Gospel of Mark, fasting on Thursdays from 6:33pm to Fridays at 6:33am. If you would like an e-copy of the 21 Days of Breaking Chains scripture guide, please request it from the website, www.prayereverywhere.org. Thank you for your partnership.
Bishop Sean Teal, the Partners of Prayer Everywhere and the New Hope Church will host the 21 Hour Non-Stop Prayer Marathon on the National Prayer Call beginning January 17th at 6:33pm (PST) until January 18th at 3:33pm (PST). Every partner is urged to participate. Please contact us at www.prayereverywhere.org to register your time and availability.  Thank you for your partnership!Image

Jesus was Born

Once in royal David’s city,
Stood a lowly cattle shed,
Where a mother laid her Baby,
In a manger for His bed:
Mary was that mother mild,
Jesus Christ, her little Child.

He came down to earth from heaven,
Who is God and Lord of all,
And His shelter was a stable,
And His cradle was a stall:
With the poor, and mean, and lowly,
Lived on earth our Saviour holy.

For he is our childhood’s pattern,
day by day like us he grew;
he was little, weak and helpless,
tears and smiles like us he knew.
and he feeleth for our sadness,
and he shareth in our gladness.

And our eyes at last shall see him,
through his own redeeming love;
for that Child who seemed so helpless
is our Lord in heaven above;
and he leads his children on
to the place where he is gone.

“Once in Royal David’s City”
Cecil Frances Alexander, 1818-1895