Peter Horrobin

International Director of Ellel Ministries

May 30, 2009
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Setting a True Course

Proverbs 2:7, NIV
He holds victory in store for the upright, He is a shield to those whose walk is blameless, for He guards the course of the just and protects the way of his faithful ones.

Right now I am spending a lot of my time writing the daily notes for Ellel 365, the new on-line training school from Ellel Ministries that will be launching on the 1st July. Throughout this school my heart’s desire is to help people know how to walk in the ways of God, for if we truly walk on the path that He has laid out for us, then there are many, many promises in the Scripture of God’s blessings for His children.

All those blessings are an outworking of God’s covenant love. This one verse alone promises victory (in the battles of life) to those who are upright – that means those who deliberately make godly choices when facing temptation. Then we are promised a shield of protection if our walk is blameless. What does that mean? I believe it simply means that when our heart’s desire is always for God’s Kingdom authority to be established in our lives, that the angels of God will rejoice to be there for us – just as they were for Jesus in His wilderness experience being tested by the devil.

When setting sail for a long voyage, the most important thing we need to know is how to navigate. If we cannot set a true course we will be lost at sea forever. When we set out to be just and fair in all we think, say and do, God promises us His wisdom as we plot the course of our lives.

What tremendous blessings come from our walking in the ways of the Lord. Psalm 19:7 expresses the blessings in terms of revival! All over the world many of God’s people are crying out to Him for revival. But God’s Word tells us that we can have personal revival wherever we are – all that God looks for is the heart that is turned towards Him and a will that has chosen to respond in obedience to His love!

Prayer: Help me, Lord, to consistently choose to walk in your ways so that I may know your guidance and direction in the course of my life. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Ellel 365 – Ellel Ministries Online Training School

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May 30, 2009
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Setting a True Course

Proverbs 2:7, NIV
He holds victory in store for the upright, He is a shield to those whose walk is blameless, for He guards the course of the just and protects the way of his faithful ones.

Right now I am spending a lot of my time writing the daily notes for Ellel 365, the new on-line training school from Ellel Ministries that will be launching on the 1st July. Throughout this school my heart’s desire is to help people know how to walk in the ways of God, for if we truly walk on the path that He has laid out for us, then there are many, many promises in the Scripture of God’s blessings for His children.

All those blessings are an outworking of God’s covenant love. This one verse alone promises victory (in the battles of life) to those who are upright – that means those who deliberately make godly choices when facing temptation. Then we are promised a shield of protection if our walk is blameless. What does that mean? I believe it simply means that when our heart’s desire is always for God’s Kingdom authority to be established in our lives, that the angels of God will rejoice to be there for us – just as they were for Jesus in His wilderness experience being tested by the devil.

When setting sail for a long voyage, the most important thing we need to know is how to navigate. If we cannot set a true course we will be lost at sea forever. When we set out to be just and fair in all we think, say and do, God promises us His wisdom as we plot the course of our lives.

What tremendous blessings come from our walking in the ways of the Lord. Psalm 19:7 expresses the blessings in terms of revival! All over the world many of God’s people are crying out to Him for revival. But God’s Word tells us that we can have personal revival wherever we are – all that God looks for is the heart that is turned towards Him and a will that has chosen to respond in obedience to His love!

Prayer: Help me, Lord, to consistently choose to walk in your ways so that I may know your guidance and direction in the course of my life. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Ellel 365 – Ellel Ministries Online Training School

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May 30, 2009
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Setting a True Course

Proverbs 2:7, NIV
He holds victory in store for the upright, He is a shield to those whose walk is blameless, for He guards the course of the just and protects the way of his faithful ones.

Right now I am spending a lot of my time writing the daily notes for Ellel 365, the new on-line training school from Ellel Ministries that will be launching on the 1st July. Throughout this school my heart’s desire is to help people know how to walk in the ways of God, for if we truly walk on the path that He has laid out for us, then there are many, many promises in the Scripture of God’s blessings for His children.

All those blessings are an outworking of God’s covenant love. This one verse alone promises victory (in the battles of life) to those who are upright – that means those who deliberately make godly choices when facing temptation. Then we are promised a shield of protection if our walk is blameless. What does that mean? I believe it simply means that when our heart’s desire is always for God’s Kingdom authority to be established in our lives, that the angels of God will rejoice to be there for us – just as they were for Jesus in His wilderness experience being tested by the devil.

When setting sail for a long voyage, the most important thing we need to know is how to navigate. If we cannot set a true course we will be lost at sea forever. When we set out to be just and fair in all we think, say and do, God promises us His wisdom as we plot the course of our lives.

What tremendous blessings come from our walking in the ways of the Lord. Psalm 19:7 expresses the blessings in terms of revival! All over the world many of God’s people are crying out to Him for revival. But God’s Word tells us that we can have personal revival wherever we are – all that God looks for is the heart that is turned towards Him and a will that has chosen to respond in obedience to His love!

Prayer: Help me, Lord, to consistently choose to walk in your ways so that I may know your guidance and direction in the course of my life. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Ellel 365 – Ellel Ministries Online Training School

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May 30, 2009
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Setting a True Course

Proverbs 2:7, NIV
He holds victory in store for the upright, He is a shield to those whose walk is blameless, for He guards the course of the just and protects the way of his faithful ones.

Right now I am spending a lot of my time writing the daily notes for Ellel 365, the new on-line training school from Ellel Ministries that will be launching on the 1st July. Throughout this school my heart’s desire is to help people know how to walk in the ways of God, for if we truly walk on the path that He has laid out for us, then there are many, many promises in the Scripture of God’s blessings for His children.

All those blessings are an outworking of God’s covenant love. This one verse alone promises victory (in the battles of life) to those who are upright – that means those who deliberately make godly choices when facing temptation. Then we are promised a shield of protection if our walk is blameless. What does that mean? I believe it simply means that when our heart’s desire is always for God’s Kingdom authority to be established in our lives, that the angels of God will rejoice to be there for us – just as they were for Jesus in His wilderness experience being tested by the devil.

When setting sail for a long voyage, the most important thing we need to know is how to navigate. If we cannot set a true course we will be lost at sea forever. When we set out to be just and fair in all we think, say and do, God promises us His wisdom as we plot the course of our lives.

What tremendous blessings come from our walking in the ways of the Lord. Psalm 19:7 expresses the blessings in terms of revival! All over the world many of God’s people are crying out to Him for revival. But God’s Word tells us that we can have personal revival wherever we are – all that God looks for is the heart that is turned towards Him and a will that has chosen to respond in obedience to His love!

Prayer: Help me, Lord, to consistently choose to walk in your ways so that I may know your guidance and direction in the course of my life. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Ellel 365 – Ellel Ministries Online Training School

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May 30, 2009
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Setting a True Course

Proverbs 2:7, NIV
He holds victory in store for the upright, He is a shield to those whose walk is blameless, for He guards the course of the just and protects the way of his faithful ones.

Right now I am spending a lot of my time writing the daily notes for Ellel 365, the new on-line training school from Ellel Ministries that will be launching on the 1st July. Throughout this school my heart’s desire is to help people know how to walk in the ways of God, for if we truly walk on the path that He has laid out for us, then there are many, many promises in the Scripture of God’s blessings for His children.

All those blessings are an outworking of God’s covenant love. This one verse alone promises victory (in the battles of life) to those who are upright – that means those who deliberately make godly choices when facing temptation. Then we are promised a shield of protection if our walk is blameless. What does that mean? I believe it simply means that when our heart’s desire is always for God’s Kingdom authority to be established in our lives, that the angels of God will rejoice to be there for us – just as they were for Jesus in His wilderness experience being tested by the devil.

When setting sail for a long voyage, the most important thing we need to know is how to navigate. If we cannot set a true course we will be lost at sea forever. When we set out to be just and fair in all we think, say and do, God promises us His wisdom as we plot the course of our lives.

What tremendous blessings come from our walking in the ways of the Lord. Psalm 19:7 expresses the blessings in terms of revival! All over the world many of God’s people are crying out to Him for revival. But God’s Word tells us that we can have personal revival wherever we are – all that God looks for is the heart that is turned towards Him and a will that has chosen to respond in obedience to His love!

Prayer: Help me, Lord, to consistently choose to walk in your ways so that I may know your guidance and direction in the course of my life. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Ellel 365 – Ellel Ministries Online Training School

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May 30, 2009
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Setting a True Course

Proverbs 2:7, NIV
He holds victory in store for the upright, He is a shield to those whose walk is blameless, for He guards the course of the just and protects the way of his faithful ones.

Right now I am spending a lot of my time writing the daily notes for Ellel 365, the new on-line training school from Ellel Ministries that will be launching on the 1st July. Throughout this school my heart’s desire is to help people know how to walk in the ways of God, for if we truly walk on the path that He has laid out for us, then there are many, many promises in the Scripture of God’s blessings for His children.

All those blessings are an outworking of God’s covenant love. This one verse alone promises victory (in the battles of life) to those who are upright – that means those who deliberately make godly choices when facing temptation. Then we are promised a shield of protection if our walk is blameless. What does that mean? I believe it simply means that when our heart’s desire is always for God’s Kingdom authority to be established in our lives, that the angels of God will rejoice to be there for us – just as they were for Jesus in His wilderness experience being tested by the devil.

When setting sail for a long voyage, the most important thing we need to know is how to navigate. If we cannot set a true course we will be lost at sea forever. When we set out to be just and fair in all we think, say and do, God promises us His wisdom as we plot the course of our lives.

What tremendous blessings come from our walking in the ways of the Lord. Psalm 19:7 expresses the blessings in terms of revival! All over the world many of God’s people are crying out to Him for revival. But God’s Word tells us that we can have personal revival wherever we are – all that God looks for is the heart that is turned towards Him and a will that has chosen to respond in obedience to His love!

Prayer: Help me, Lord, to consistently choose to walk in your ways so that I may know your guidance and direction in the course of my life. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Ellel 365 – Ellel Ministries Online Training School

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May 30, 2009
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Setting a True Course

Proverbs 2:7, NIV
He holds victory in store for the upright, He is a shield to those whose walk is blameless, for He guards the course of the just and protects the way of his faithful ones.

Right now I am spending a lot of my time writing the daily notes for Ellel 365, the new on-line training school from Ellel Ministries that will be launching on the 1st July. Throughout this school my heart’s desire is to help people know how to walk in the ways of God, for if we truly walk on the path that He has laid out for us, then there are many, many promises in the Scripture of God’s blessings for His children.

All those blessings are an outworking of God’s covenant love. This one verse alone promises victory (in the battles of life) to those who are upright – that means those who deliberately make godly choices when facing temptation. Then we are promised a shield of protection if our walk is blameless. What does that mean? I believe it simply means that when our heart’s desire is always for God’s Kingdom authority to be established in our lives, that the angels of God will rejoice to be there for us – just as they were for Jesus in His wilderness experience being tested by the devil.

When setting sail for a long voyage, the most important thing we need to know is how to navigate. If we cannot set a true course we will be lost at sea forever. When we set out to be just and fair in all we think, say and do, God promises us His wisdom as we plot the course of our lives.

What tremendous blessings come from our walking in the ways of the Lord. Psalm 19:7 expresses the blessings in terms of revival! All over the world many of God’s people are crying out to Him for revival. But God’s Word tells us that we can have personal revival wherever we are – all that God looks for is the heart that is turned towards Him and a will that has chosen to respond in obedience to His love!

Prayer: Help me, Lord, to consistently choose to walk in your ways so that I may know your guidance and direction in the course of my life. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Ellel 365 – Ellel Ministries Online Training School

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May 30, 2009
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Setting a True Course

Proverbs 2:7, NIV
He holds victory in store for the upright, He is a shield to those whose walk is blameless, for He guards the course of the just and protects the way of his faithful ones.

Right now I am spending a lot of my time writing the daily notes for Ellel 365, the new on-line training school from Ellel Ministries that will be launching on the 1st July. Throughout this school my heart’s desire is to help people know how to walk in the ways of God, for if we truly walk on the path that He has laid out for us, then there are many, many promises in the Scripture of God’s blessings for His children.

All those blessings are an outworking of God’s covenant love. This one verse alone promises victory (in the battles of life) to those who are upright – that means those who deliberately make godly choices when facing temptation. Then we are promised a shield of protection if our walk is blameless. What does that mean? I believe it simply means that when our heart’s desire is always for God’s Kingdom authority to be established in our lives, that the angels of God will rejoice to be there for us – just as they were for Jesus in His wilderness experience being tested by the devil.

When setting sail for a long voyage, the most important thing we need to know is how to navigate. If we cannot set a true course we will be lost at sea forever. When we set out to be just and fair in all we think, say and do, God promises us His wisdom as we plot the course of our lives.

What tremendous blessings come from our walking in the ways of the Lord. Psalm 19:7 expresses the blessings in terms of revival! All over the world many of God’s people are crying out to Him for revival. But God’s Word tells us that we can have personal revival wherever we are – all that God looks for is the heart that is turned towards Him and a will that has chosen to respond in obedience to His love!

Prayer: Help me, Lord, to consistently choose to walk in your ways so that I may know your guidance and direction in the course of my life. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Ellel 365 – Ellel Ministries Online Training School

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May 23, 2009
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Clean Hands and a Pure Heart

Isaiah 58:4, NIV
You cannot fast as you do today and expect your voice to be heard on high.

Fasting is a good and valuable discipline. When the heart is rightfully in tune with God, it is a precious means of focusing our attention on God as we curtail our appetites for other things. Fasting sharpens one’s intercession and makes one spiritually more aware of the voice of God. Even the Bible can seem to come more alive as the Spirit of God quickens God’s truth to our own spirit.

But fasting, like every other act of religious discipline which is done with a wrong motive, breaks the heart of God, making people look pious and holy to men, who, in reality are far from it. Jesus reserved some of his harshest words for the Pharisees who made a show of religion, but who’s hearts were a million miles away from being in a right relationship with God. In Isaiah Chapter 1:15 also, Isaiah had to tell the people that God will not even listen to their prayers, because their hearts were so far from Him.

There are times when I have prayed with individuals about the problems they were having in their lives and often I have been forced to ask myself why their prayers in the past had not already been answered by God. For, surely, God loves His children and would long to hear the cry of their hearts and answer their very reasonable prayers.

But then God has led me to lift a particular stone, covering an area of their lives that was in darkness. And suddenly it all becomes clear as once again the question of the Psalmist comes into sharp focus, where he says in Psalm 24:3-4: “Who may ascend the hill of the Lord? Who may stand in his holy place? He who has clean hands and a pure heart, who does not lift up his soul to an idol or swear by what is false. He will receive blessing from the Lord.”

If we are looking to God to hear and answer our prayers, let’s be sure we have got the basics of godly living in place, before we try and impact the throne of God with disciplines such as fasting.

Prayer: Lord, I want to have clean hands and a pure heart. Please expose darkness in my life so that I may clean out the dirt and come to you in repentance for forgiveness and cleansing. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

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May 23, 2009
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Clean Hands and a Pure Heart

Isaiah 58:4, NIV
You cannot fast as you do today and expect your voice to be heard on high.

Fasting is a good and valuable discipline. When the heart is rightfully in tune with God, it is a precious means of focusing our attention on God as we curtail our appetites for other things. Fasting sharpens one’s intercession and makes one spiritually more aware of the voice of God. Even the Bible can seem to come more alive as the Spirit of God quickens God’s truth to our own spirit.

But fasting, like every other act of religious discipline which is done with a wrong motive, breaks the heart of God, making people look pious and holy to men, who, in reality are far from it. Jesus reserved some of his harshest words for the Pharisees who made a show of religion, but who’s hearts were a million miles away from being in a right relationship with God. In Isaiah Chapter 1:15 also, Isaiah had to tell the people that God will not even listen to their prayers, because their hearts were so far from Him.

There are times when I have prayed with individuals about the problems they were having in their lives and often I have been forced to ask myself why their prayers in the past had not already been answered by God. For, surely, God loves His children and would long to hear the cry of their hearts and answer their very reasonable prayers.

But then God has led me to lift a particular stone, covering an area of their lives that was in darkness. And suddenly it all becomes clear as once again the question of the Psalmist comes into sharp focus, where he says in Psalm 24:3-4: “Who may ascend the hill of the Lord? Who may stand in his holy place? He who has clean hands and a pure heart, who does not lift up his soul to an idol or swear by what is false. He will receive blessing from the Lord.”

If we are looking to God to hear and answer our prayers, let’s be sure we have got the basics of godly living in place, before we try and impact the throne of God with disciplines such as fasting.

Prayer: Lord, I want to have clean hands and a pure heart. Please expose darkness in my life so that I may clean out the dirt and come to you in repentance for forgiveness and cleansing. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Dynamic Praying – Teaching CD

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