Portland Miracle Revival Church

"On Fire For Christ"

                                                                                     8333. N. IVANHOE . PORTLAND .OREGON                  








Greetings in Jesus Name!!  Bishop Walter Sr. & Pastor Doris Scott








thank you for visiting here at Portland Miracle Revival Church  we

believe  in Gods total Deliverance, Restoration and Reconcilliation of his

people. We are a Church of Love and fellowship, Operating in the gifts of the

spirit and allowing the Holy Spirit  to not only operate within, But 

outside the walls of the Church.  It is our goal and desire to teach Men

and Women of God whether young or old to discover their calling and walk according to path that God has designed

for their lives. We invite you to worship with us every Sunday Morning and attend our services during the week to

encourage, Uplift and Strengthen your spirit. We believe in Gods unchanging hand, His miracles and supernatural

power. Here at PMRC website, You will find information on the church, Resources and a place to submit your prayer

request and much more. If you don't have a church home, Then we will welcome you with open arms and hearts. Our

family is your family, So come on home we love you.        

  Bishop Walter Sr. & Pastor Doris Scott.








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Weekly Schedual

Tuesday 6:30 p.m."Rap" Session (Topics Vary)

Thursday 6:30 p.m.

Praise Team Practice

Thursday 7:30 p.m.

Evangelical Service

Friday A.D.A.P. 7:30pm

Saturday 7:00 a.m.

Corporate Prayer

Sunday 9:30 a.m.

Ministerial Prayer

Sunday 10:00am

Sunday School

Sunday  11:30am

Worship service

Monday - Friday 12:00 p.m.

Miracle Prayer

8333 N Ivanhoe St,

Portland, OR 97203.


 Email: portlandmiraclerevival@worshipper.com

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Beyond My Expectations

Beyond My Expectations


What are your expectations for 2010?


Eph 3:20 Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us,



Many people at the beginning of a New Year like to make New Year’s resolutions.  I must admit that I was one of those people a while back.  Somehow, I just could not seem to stick to those resolutions.  I had expectations but I really did not know if my expectations would actually be fulfilled.  This is not so with God. 


How limited we often are in our asking, thinking that God will not do some particular thing for us. The apostle Paul encourages us to pray and to trust God for the answer.  God not only is able to do what we have asked but he is able to do exceeding; to surpass to go beyond any request to overcome and do anything.  He is able to do abundantly; to overflow and to do more than enough.  He is able to go above: to go over and beyond, surpassing any need, in all that we ask, or can even think.  Imagine for a moment an answer from God that goes beyond what we can ask or think!


What are your expectations for 2010? That just when you think things are starting to look up the rug gets snatched from underneath you? Do you feel that nothing good is going to happen for you because it never does?  Do you feel that this year will be worse than last year?  Do you feel that you will never find someone to love you with no strings attached?  Maybe you have a health concern and don’t feel that you can be healed or get any better because it’s something that has run in the family?


God stands ready to do exceedingly, abundantly above all that we ask or think.  That’s only part one.  Part two says according to the power that worketh in us.  What power?  That is, the strength of his Spirit.  The power that still worketh for the saints is according to that power that hath produced in them. Wherever God gives of his fullness he gives to experience his power. This power can be seen in the life of a believer who has been transformed from the kingdom of darkness into the kingdom of light.  When we come to ask for grace from God, we ought to give glory to God. Unto him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus.  The purpose of God answering prayer and in doing all this for us: that He might be glorified in the church through Jesus Christ.


All God's gifts come from his to us through the hand of Christ; and all our praises pass from us to him through the same hand. And God should and will be praised throughout all ages, world without end; for he will ever have a church to praise him, and he will ever have his tribute of praise from his church. Amen. So be it; and so it will certainly be.


Place your expectations into the Master’s hand.  God can take a little and turn it into a lot… God Loves You and so do I… Pastor Tammy 



Prophetic Word

Prayer Is The Key To Your Victory While Riding Through The Storm Many of you today are crying out to be victorious while you ride through the storms of your everyday life. I want to encourage you to remember that God will not give you more than you can handle. You can maintain a continuous control over your test and challenges, as you gain a personal intimate prayer life with God daily.

Many look at prayer as a difficult and timely task that seems unreachable, but I encourage you to look at prayer as one of the main keys that will allow you to walk out your purpose and destiny.

You see, prayer is just simply communicating and conveying to God your thoughts, hopes, concerns and desires that are locked away in your heart.

What amazes me about prayer is that I believe, God ordained pray as a necessity key that it would draw us closer to His heart, which would inevitably bring us back to worship.

So I want to encourage you to devote yourself daily to spending time with God as you are going through the storms of your everyday life.

I leave with you a word from Psalm 139: 1-4 O Lord you have searched me and you know me. You know when I sit and when I rise up, you perceive my thoughts from afar. You discern my going out and my lying down, you are familiar with all my ways.

Now I pray that as every storm is raged against you, God would give you the endurance to battle them in prayer. In Jesus name, amen.

Blessings Gloria Stidum