Acts 1:14

Acts 1:14 (ASV 1901)

14These all with one accord continued stedfastly in prayer, with the women, and Mary the mother of Jesus, and with his brethren.

Scripture Testimony Index stories for this passage

Jim Cymbala was a young pastor in the very challenging mission field of Brooklyn. Frustrated and discouraged, Jim cried in prayer to God for help and received via the inner voice of God, a resounding assurance and promise.
Believers in Tai Ku gathered like the early church did to pray for ten days, seeking revival and on the seventh day, the Holy Spirit flooded their meeting causing a year on year increase in membership for three straight years with churches springing up even where there was no evangelist or missionary.
Inspired by the story of the revival at Kassia Hills, India, missionaries from different denominations gathered together to pray for the same move of the Spirit to happen in Ping Yang. And for four months they continued to pray to God after which a first but most important result became obvious - they were United in Christ.
Inspired by the story of the revival at Kassia Hills, India, missionaries from different denominations gathered together to pray for the same move of the Spirit to happen in Ping Yang. And for four months they continued to pray to God after which a first but most important result became obvious - they were United in Christ.