PRAYER NOTE FOR FEBRUARY 2019

We hope you will enjoy our “Prayer Note”—an internal communication here at The Cove, created each month to remind and encourage our staff to pray. We share these with you at the beginning of each month in hopes that you, too, will be encouraged.

“Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer.” (Romans 12:12, ESV)

We Are Known

Prayer is our direct pathway to the throne of God; the avenue by which we share with Him our deepest thoughts, needs, desires, and challenges. It is, in short, a way to make ourselves known before the heavens. But the Scriptures frequently remind us that we are already known before we utter a single word in prayer. Let’s consider the prayers of Hannah, the barren wife of Elkanah who prayed so intensely for a child.

After intense prayers in the sanctuary at Shiloh and finding herself pregnant with Samuel, Hannah knew she must return her son to God after he was weaned. And that’s exactly what she did. 1 Samuel 2 records Hannah’s prayer on the day she presented Samuel to Eli, the Priest. Her prayer is passionate and thoughtful, while acknowledging God’s omniscience.

“There is none holy like the Lord:
    for there is none besides you;
    there is no rock like our God.
Talk no more so very proudly,
    let not arrogance come from your mouth;
for the Lord is a God of knowledge,
    and by him actions are weighed.” (1 Samuel 2:2-3, ESV)

While Hannah’s journey through infertility and a troublesome polygamous marriage caused emotional hardship, she never lost sight of the fact that God knew her intimately; and consequently, she prayed powerfully, as one who is known.

Honesty Before the Heavens

I can’t help but wonder how our prayer lives might change if we approached prayer with the deep conviction that God sincerely knows us and loves us despite the ugliest parts of our hearts. Would we pray with more intensity like Hannah? Would we boldly ask for the impossible, confess the spiteful, proclaim the joyful, and give gratitude for the painful? Would we beg the Lord for greater passion and cry out for deeper obedience if we believed we are deeply known?

If we regularly believed, on an entirely deeper level, that God knows our hearts as deeply as He knows our height, weight, and hair color, would we be tempted to open up with a fervor that drives us to the point of getting completely lost in Him? Would we lose all sense of time and space with abandoned hearts of prayer? Hannah’s life reminds us that God honors the uninhibited and faithful prayer warrior.

In 2019, I want to become the child of God who, like Hannah, gets accused of drunkenness because my prayer time is so intense, radical, and purposeful. “How long will you go on being drunk? Put your wine away from you.” (1 Samuel 1:14, ESV). In this new year, let’s purpose to allow God’s intimate knowledge of our hopes, fears, and needs drive us into profoundly different seasons of prayer designed to impact the Kingdom.

Written by:  Lori D. Brown


We appreciate your prayers for these events that will take place at The Cove in February:

Women’s Bible Study — Tuesday Mornings through March 5
Teacher: Dottie Edwards; Worship Leader: Janelle Flint; Emcee: Patty Stump
Hope in Christ Matters…Tell Others Why!

Women’s Bible Study — Tuesday Evenings through February 26
Teacher: Kendra Graham; Worship Leader: Kathleen Howell; Emcee: Jill Gottenstrater
I am #ENOUGH: A Journey through the Desert of the Exodus

An Evening at The Cove with Brandon Heath — February 14 Emcee: Michelle Bachelor

Lon Allison, Pastor Renewal Retreat — February 27-March 1
Emcee: John Parrish; Worship Leader: Michael O’Brien; Pastor-in-Residence: David Taylor
Why Pastors Need God’s Humble Heroes


Click here for a schedule of seminar, concerts, and retreats at The Cove in beautiful Asheville, NC.

Are you a Christian church or non-profit ministry looking for a place to hold your conference, retreat or ministry event?  Click here for more information on holding your event at The Cove.

Visit the Chatlos Memorial Chapel, Visitors Center, and Ruth’s Prayer GardenClick here for directions and operating hours. Tours are free.

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Weekly Bible Verse:Psalm 19:14

“Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in your sight, O Lord, my rock and my redeemer ” (Psalm 19:4, ESV).

As we begin this week, may we focus on speaking words of life and encouragement to one another. May we not get too busy this week to just slow down and spend time with Him.


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A Psalm by Quinn Graham: The Miracles He Does

We have a modern-day psalmist on our hands:  Quinn Graham, Will Graham’s son and Billy Graham’s great-grandson, has written a special  psalm to share. This one, entitled “The Miracles He Does” is a great reminder that God still performs miracles if we just have faith and believe.

The Miracles He Does

Part I

The miracles He does are amazing

Anything can happen when you have God with you         

God can split a sea in half for you to walk across

He can make food fall from the sky

He can make a rock have a stream of water flow out

He can make a giant fall

He can make water into wine

Nothing is impossible when you believe in Him

Part II

Not all miracles are visible

For He can heal the unhealable

Or fix the unfixable

He can change a person’s life completely

He can save a person

God isn’t visible at all

But you can see His effects

And know that He is there

Think about wind and how it is invisible

You see the effects of the wind

And know that the wind is there

Not all things can be seen

You just have to believe that He is there.


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Weekly Bible Verse: Jeremiah 29:11-13

Our weekly Bible verse comes from Jeremiah 29:11-13

For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Then you will call on me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you.  You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart” (NIV).

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Are you a Christian church or non-profit ministry looking for a place to hold your conference, retreat or ministry event?  Click here for more information on holding your event at The Cove.

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Saturday Snapshot: Memorial Display at the Chatlos Memorial Chapel

We are so honored to present to the public “An Extraordinary Journey” Memorial Display of Billy Graham at our Chatlos Memorial Chapel.

Just like the Crusades held in the later decades of Billy Graham’s ministry, his funeral reached far more people than just those present in person.

Millions of people heard a clear presentation of the Gospel as they watched the service live on television and online.

Letters poured in from all over the world of people sharing their condolences and thankfulness for Billy Graham sharing the Gospel in their city.

We invite you to visit this extraordinary exhibit.

The Chatlos Chapel at The Cove is open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.


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Kendra Graham Bible Study: Week Two Handout

Welcome to Kendra Graham’s online Bible study. Our prayer is that you grow deeper in the knowledge and understanding of God’s Word and His promises for you. Below is the handout for the second week of the Bible study with a few homework questions at the end. 

AM
#ENOUGH
to LEAD you…

STEP ONE: Pray

STEP TWO:  Read the Text. 

Exodus 13:17-22

(17) Now when Pharaoh had let the people go, God did not lead them by the way of the land of the Philistines, even though it was near, for God said, “The people might change their minds when they see war and return to Egypt.”

(18) Hence God led the people around by the way of the wilderness to the Red Sea; and the sons of Israel went up in martial array from the land of Egypt.

(19) Moses took the bones of Joseph with him, for he had made the sons of Israel solemnly swear, saying, “God shall surely take care of you, and you shall carry my bones from here with you.”

(20) Then they set out from Succoth and camped in Etham on the edge of
the wilderness.

(21) The LORD was going before them in a pillar of cloud by day to lead them on the way and a pillar of fire by night to give them light, that they might travel by day and night.

(22) He did not take away the pillar of cloud by day, nor the pillar of fire by night, from before the people.

STEP THREE    WHAT DOES IT SAY?  THE FACTS ONLY PLEASE

 In this step you need to list the outstanding facts of the passage.  DON’T get caught up in the details, just list the facts.  Do not paraphrase.  Use the actual words of the passage.  This is God’s Word, a lot of times this step seems tedious to some, but I urge you, as we read, and say and write God’s Word, it begins to sink deep into our hearts.  If you just pick one fact out of the verse, write it down and meditate on it. 

17:    God did not lead them by land of Philistines, even though near; God said, “The people might change their minds when they see war and return to Egypt”

18:    God led by way of wilderness to Red Sea; Israel in martial array

19:    Moses took bones of Joseph; he made Israel promise, “God shall surely take care of you.”

20:    They set out on edge of wilderness

21:    The LORD was going before them in pillar of cloud by day and fire by night that they may travel day/night

22:    He did not take away pillar of cloud/fire from before the people

STEP FOUR:  WHAT DOES IT MEAN? THE LESSONS

Look for a lesson to learn from each fact. What are the people doing that they should be doing?  What are the people doing that they shouldn’t be doing?

 Is there a command to follow? A promise to claim? A warning to heed? An example to follow? Meditate on these. Ask God what lesson it is that He wants you to hear or learn.

 17:    God leads us by His way for His reasons. God knows us, and He knows how easy it is for us to bail when things get tough. 

18:    God’s ways are not our ways; that is probably why we struggle to follow Him. When it comes down to it, we want to control God and His direction, not let God control us and our direction.  Following the Good Shepherd will always take faith on our part.  KNOW that I AM is #ENOUGH to personally lead me.  *martial array– often we think we can handle “battles” because we look the part… but God knew the people were broken and He ALONE, the GOOD SHEPHERD, would have to do all the fighting this time on their behalf.  It is important to know we do nothing in the battle for our souls, we just receive the salvation offered.

19:    Joseph died BELIEVING that GOD would LEAD them out.  Sometimes we need to borrow the faith of others to make it though the desert.  Seeing Joseph’s bones would also be a reminder that Egypt was not their home and the Egyptian gods were not their gods, I AM knows the way out and will fulfill HIS promises even if we forget them or don’t believe them.  God’s faithfulness to HIS WORD does not depend on us and/or our belief or lack thereof.

20:    God brings us to the edge… so that we can make our own personal choice… we can follow Him to the wilderness, or we can follow Egypt.  God will not force us to follow, but bids us to come to Him and trust Him—even to this hard place between the Sea and the wilderness.

21:    The LORD, “I AM that I AM,” was leading them. His presence was visible
and present, yet they did not know Him. Faith will be needed to follow every time.

22:    God refused to take His visible presence away from His people, even though the people would constantly question that presence and whether or not it was trustworthy.  I AM knew He is #ENOUGH to lead His people and would daily show and teach His people that very thing.  God promises to never leave nor forsake us.  His presence today is found in His Word, His promises are #ENOUGH to follow and trust.

 

STEP FIVE:  WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO ME? NOW APPLY IT…. TODAY.

Take the lessons you learned and put them into the form of a personal question that you would ask your spouse, or a friend or your son or daughter.

 

As you write the questions, listen for God to communicate to you through His Word.

 

Do not rush.  Do not write things down just to have something on paper; this step takes more time that you may think. This is where Scripture meditation becomes real. This is where you begin to hear that still small voice speak to you, and place His finger in your life and begin to direct your paths…. this day, and the next, and the next.  Do you trust Him enough to put into place that which He is moving you to?

 

17:    When have you followed God when it made no sense at all? How did God show up?  Has there been a time when you sensed you should have followed God but did not like the direction or destination, so you refused?

18:    When have you put conditions on where God is allowed to lead you? When and how has following God taken faith on your part?  How have you tried to help God with all your “expertise”?  When have you humbly accepted salvation from God, knowing you had done nothing to deserve it or make it happen?

19:    When have you had to borrow the faith of someone else to make it through a certain situation?  Have you known anyone who died believing the promises of God even though they did not see those promises fulfilled in their lifetime?

20:    When have you made a physical choice to follow God, only to end up pinned in between the sea and the wilderness?  When did it seem easier and more sensible to bail out from where God was leading than to continue?  What did you do? Bail or continue?

21:    When has it taken faith for you to follow where God was leading? Has following God taken faith just one time, or does it seem to take more faith every time?

22:    When have you had to claim the promises of who God IS in His Word?  When have you felt as though God has left you, even though His Word says He won’t?  How and when has God’s presence led you, although you battled with doubt along the way?  When you looked back, were you able to see where God had been?  When has God been true to HIS Word, even when you were not true to Him?

STEP SIX:  LIVE IT OUT.

Look over all your facts, lessons and applications for a given passage. 

 

Is there a main theme to them?  Does one verse stand out over the rest for
some reason?

 

Hold yourself accountable to LIVE OUT in your daily life that which God impresses upon your heart.  Write it out, sign it, date it and claim the transforming power of God’s Word and His presence in your life.

  Be in the Word of God; know who God IS, not who I demand Him to be.

            Know Jehovah Raah as MY SHEPHERD as I decide to follow Him

 

HOMEWORK:

Do the Three Questions on: Exodus 16 – any verses

Get stuck?  www.annegrahamlotz.com

I AM #ENOUGH
To LEAD as SHEPHERD

1.  #ENOUGH in Places of DESPERATION

Exodus 13:17-22

2. #ENOUGH in Places of DECISION

Exodus 14:18-31

3. #ENOUGH in places of DESTITUTION

 Exodus 15:22-27


Thank you again for joining us for this Bible study. Feel free to let us know if you have any questions or concerns. Praying that you have a very blessed week ahead!


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Weekly Bible Verse: Jeremiah 17:7-8

Our weekly Bible verse comes from Jeremiah 17:7-8. May we be reminded this week to put our trust and confidence in the Lord.

But blessed is the one who trusts in the Lord,
    whose confidence is in him.
 They will be like a tree planted by the water
    that sends out its roots by the stream.
It does not fear when heat comes;
    its leaves are always green.
It has no worries in a year of drought
    and never fails to bear fruit.”


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Saturday Snapshot: Great Start to 2019

We had a wonderful start to 2019 with the Women’s Bible Studies at The Cove. The morning session is taught by Dottie Edwards and our evening session by Kendra Graham.

Here are a few photos from this week

Women from the local area as well as some surrounding cities joined us for the opening day.

A great time of connection and to make new friends. Several women enjoyed sitting by the fireplace in our lobby with some coffee and great conversation.

Here are a few of our prayer intercessors. They meet together in the mornings to pray over the Bible studies and the women who are attending.

Dottie Edwards is sharing from  1 and 2 Thessalonians on the topic, “Hope in Christ Matters: Tell Others Why!” Following her study is a small group break-out time and then a delicious lunch in our dining room.

Kendra Graham is taking her Bible study group on a journey through the Exodus.  Her study is entitled, ” I AM ENOUGH.” You can also view her Bible study on periscope. Click here to watch this past week’s session. 

Both Bible studies are free to attend (lunch additional cost) and you can join at anytime. To find out more information, click here.


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Are you a Christian church or non-profit ministry looking for a place to hold your conference, retreat or ministry event?  Click here for more information on holding your event at The Cove.

Visit the Chatlos Memorial Chapel, Visitors Center, and Ruth’s Prayer GardenClick here for directions and operating hours. Tours are free.

 

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KENDRA GRAHAM ONLINE BIBLE STUDY

Exodus 3:7-8 (NASB)

(7) The LORD said, “I have surely seen the affliction of My people who are in Egypt, and have given heed to their cry because of their taskmasters, for I am aware of their sufferings.

(8) So I have come down to deliver them from the power of the Egyptians, and to bring them up from that land to a good and spacious land, to a land flowing with milk and honey, to the place of the Canaanite and the Hittite and the Amorite and the Perizzite and the Hivite and the Jebusite.

WHAT DOES IT SAY?

  1. The LORD said I have SURELY seen the affliction of MY people

I Have given heed to their cry because of taskmasters

I AM AWARE of their sufferings

  1. SO I HAVE COME to deliver from the Egyptians

to bring them to a spacious land flowing with milk and honey

to the place of Canaanite, Hittite, Amorite, Perizzite, Hivite

What Does it Mean?

Suffering and affliction: these are two words we do not jump up and down about, but they’re words we can all relate to.  Here in Exodus chapter 3, God has heard the cries of His people in Egypt, and so He has come to Moses to inform him of what is going on in Egypt.

Moses’ face is in the dirt; he is not speaking, God is speaking.  I think that’s something, don’t you?  Moses obviously has an opinion about what’s been happening to the Hebrews in Egypt, don’t you think?  I mean, the reason Moses finds himself there in the desert at all is because he has seen an Egyptian beating a Hebrew slave to death and he has subsequently murdered the Egyptian in a heated outburst of anger.  The treatment of the slaves bothers Moses so much, it has led him to commit murder.

Don’t you wonder if Moses had heard about this “God of the Hebrews” and questioned whether He had any real power at all?  Why hadn’t God intervened?  Why hadn’t He stopped all these atrocities from happening?  I think Moses legitimately thought he knew the depth of it all. Being a prince of Egypt, he’d had a “behind the scenes” view and had actually come to a place where he had  refused to be called the son of the Pharaoh’s daughter (see Hebrews 11:24).  Yet even at this point Moses still doesn’t know the depth of the brokenness of the Hebrews in Egypt, so God informs him.

The word for affliction is “oiny” which means much more than just physical abuse.  God is informing Moses that His people have suffered tremendous physical, emotional and mental abuse at the hands of the Egyptians and are crying out from the depths of their souls to be #delivered from Egypt. The word aware is, “Ra’ah,” which means God more than knows what the affliction is; it is as if it had been done to Him.

God sees the injustices.  God sees the pain; He walks with us in it, because He understands what it takes to have victory in it. I don’t like that.  I want God to protect me from it, not walk with me in it.

I love how in Exodus 3:8 God tells Moses, “SO I HAVE COME to deliver” (emphasis added).  God is not asking Moses to use his contacts in Egyptian politics or to use his power as a son of the Pharaoh’s daughter.  God is telling Moses, I AM is going to deliver them.  Moses, with his face in the dirt, probably feels more useless than ever: his relevance in Egyptian culture has long passed, he is wanted on a murder charge for which he is guilty, and he has no idea how to even begin to help a people that are that broken and hurting.  What could Moses say? What could he do?  Moses can do nothing.  All he brings to the table is his ability to bend his knee in the dirt to the I AM who will do the #delivering.

God came Himself.  God did not trust the Hebrews to anyone else.  Likewise, God did not trust you to anyone else.  He came Himself.  God Himself came in the form of a man: His name is Jesus.  Jesus lived a perfect life and then paid the debt that a holy God requires.  Jesus was stricken for us (see Isaiah 53).  Jesus died a horrible, horrific and painful death on the cross so that He could walk us through the pain and suffering of this world.  We pray to a God who understands all sides of the hurt.

God never acts on our time table or in the way we think is best, but when we cry out to Him, God hears, He answers, and He comes Himself.

What Does it Mean to Me?

When have you felt abandoned by God? What injustices has God          seemed to have missed or not cared about in your life? In what              area of your life is it time to claim that God is “the God Who                    Sees”? (Jehovah Roi)

When have you cried out to God with true intensity?  When have you seen God act on your behalf.

What causes you to doubt that the depth of your pain matters to an Almighty God?  When has anyone really understood your pain?

Who are you looking to, to deliver you?  How many people have let you down or left you disappointed?

LIVE IT OUT

Today, instead of just crying out to a friend,  or my mom,  or a boss, I will cry out to GOD, whose name is Jehovah Roi, the God who sees.  Lord, give me ears today to hear Your Word, a heart to believe Your Word and eyes to see You walk with me in this world.


Join Kendra Graham  for a free Women’s Bible Study at The Cove, Tuesday evenings through February 26. The study will also be live-streamed through social media. To view a snippet of the study entitled #I Am Enough, click here. 

To register for this study, please visit this link.

To watch the first session, visit this link. 


Click here for a schedule of seminar, concerts, and retreats at The Cove in beautiful Asheville, NC.

Are you a Christian church or non-profit ministry looking for a place to hold your conference, retreat or ministry event?  Click here for more information on holding your event at The Cove.

Visit the Chatlos Memorial Chapel, Visitors Center, and Ruth’s Prayer GardenClick here for directions and operating hours. Tours are free.

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Prayer Note for January 2019

We hope you will enjoy our “Prayer Note”—an internal communication here at The Cove, created each month to remind and encourage our staff to pray. We share these with you at the beginning of each month in hopes that you, too, will be encouraged.

“Seek the Lord and His strength; seek His presence continually” (1 Chronicles 16:11, NASB).

Tuesday, January 8, and subsequent Tuesday mornings throughout the month of January will find the Training Center filled with the sound of women’s laughter and excited chatter as ladies gather to attend our morning Bible study.  Please pray for our new speaker, Dottie Edwards, as she leads these women in a study of God’s Word each Tuesday morning from January 8 through March 5.  Pray also for Kendra Graham as she continues to teach in our Tuesday evening Women’s Bible Study, January 8 through February 26.

Here are some specific ways in which you can pray for The Cove throughout the month of January:

  • Pray that many women from the Asheville community and surrounding areas will be drawn to come to The Cove to study God’s Word.
  • Pray for Dottie Edwards to teach God’s Word with courage, boldness and great joy as she shares the truth that Hope in Christ Matters. Pray that the Holy Spirit will work in the lives of each individual, revealing to them the hope that comes from knowing God and claiming His promises.
  • Pray for Kendra Graham to teach the Scriptures with clarity, accuracy and excitement and she takes the ladies of a journey of discovery through the desert of the exodus, revealing with undeniable certainty that God—The Great I AM—is enough. Pray for each participant to take this truth to heart and discover for themselves that God is enough for their every need.
  • Pray for Michelle Bachelor as she leads the team each week.
  • Pray for emcees Patty Stump and Jill Gottenstrater as they welcome the ladies, support our speakers and share important information each week.
  • Pray for safety for each carload of women that enters and leaves our gates.
  • Pray for sweet fellowship and for new relationships to be formed as sisters in Christ join together for study, small group times and around the tables in our dining room.
  • Pray for Cove Staff who will serve in various capacities each Tuesday and throughout the week. Ask the Lord to let Jesus be seen on our faces and heard through our words as we: take calls for registration and lunch reservations…welcome cars coming through our gatehouse…answer questions at the Front Desk…prepare handouts and program materials…run the sound system and advance slides…greet guests entering the doors of our Training Center and Chapel…clean buildings…maintain our roads and grounds…prepare and serve food…clear tables…prepare schedules…and carry out a multitude of other tasks and assignments!

Written by: Donna Riesen


Click here for a schedule of seminar, concerts, and retreats at The Cove in beautiful Asheville, NC.

Are you a Christian church or non-profit ministry looking for a place to hold your conference, retreat or ministry event?  Click here for more information on holding your event at The Cove.

Visit the Chatlos Memorial Chapel, Visitors Center, and Ruth’s Prayer GardenClick here for directions and operating hours. Tours are free.

 

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