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 EL Bethel Ministries

"Psalm 84:5-5"


If you like prayer at El Bethel you are at home.

Girl Praying

Individual prayer

Monday from 19:00 to 21:00

Pastor Preaching

worship services

Sunday from 11 a.m.


Midweek Prayers and Biblical Teaching

Fridays from 19:00 to 21:00


When we admit ourselves to a disciplinary prayer service. It is important to understand that for many of us prayer becomes like a retraining of a relationship between man and his Creator. Prayer is a relationship that goes beyond our present situation or circumstance and imbues our being with the pulse of Him who created us. In other words, prayer is a spirit-to-spirit conversation with God that takes place in the realm of the supernatural. Prayer is the most important way for the believer to communicate with God. Prayer is the key to any solution. Prayer is the lifeline for the believer, connecting our hearts and minds to God so that we can have intimate fellowship with Him; prayer is the vitamin we need so that we can grow, and as we grow we learn to trust Him.

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The community of El Bethel Ministries submits to everything the Lord says in His Word. Because we believe that the Bible is the Word of God. The Bible was inspired by the Holy Spirit and written by His servants. We examine the Word of God together so that the Holy Spirit reveals to us the will of the Father. We study these carefully and apply it in our daily life. Studying God's Word in conjunction with prayer, we find that it is not only a form of verbal communication with God, but also produces a level of worship to the Lord. It creates a heavenly atmosphere. The Bible is not an information book or a book that leaves you out of context. And certainly when studying other translation consult. If you pray to Me, I will listen. you will find Me if you seek Me and sincerely expect it of Me. Yes,' says the LORD, 'I will be found by you. And all this if we study his Word with a sincere heart. A bible teaching to die before we die.

“The Church must be intelligent to the simple as well as to the shrewd.”

Robert Hugh Benson

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