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Come, My People


In Come, My People, recorded live at Christ Temple Church in Huntington, WV, Pastor Tommy Bates sings with conviction and preaches with great authority. This moving service opens with songs of gratitude—“He Ain’t Done Me Nothin’ But Good,” “He’s Already Done What He Said He Would Do” as well as a stirring rendition of Dottie Rambo’s “Too Much to Gain to Lose”–and closes with an anointed altar service.

“Come, my people, enter your chambers and shut the doors behind you; hide yourselves for a little while until the wrath is past” (Isa. 26:20) supplies the main text for this compelling message on the centrality of prayer in the life of every Christian—in good times and in the perilous times in which we live. God always calls His people to find a quiet place, a chamber of prayer where we can seek His presence and enjoy His blessings. For prayer—heart felt prayer, not vain repetitions-is our spiritual food, Pastor Bates declares, our most intimate connection with God. Without it we waste away, our spirit shrivels, our lives move out of His will, and we seek the junk food of the world, its false comforts that always fail to satisfy. With it, we can live lives of victory. In the chamber of prayer, God supplies all of our spiritual needs. He provides “a bed of rest” from the trials and anxieties of life. In the chamber of prayer, He sets before us “a table of power,” a source of miracles. There is also a “stool,” or throne chair, in this chamber, a focal point of praise that fills our spirit to overflowing. Finally, there is a “candlestick of direction” that affords God’s children a sure path, a way forward within His will. Peace, Power, Praise and Purpose: these are the abundant fruits that can be found in the chamber of prayer.

This stunning message will move you to find a chamber of prayer where you can feed your spirit and live a life of purpose, always ready “for a miracle.”

Available in two formats. DVD Video ($15) & CD Audio ($10)
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