Morning Prayer Summary for Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Pastor Ray…

Good morning. Thank you for tuning in again today, being faithful to pray along. We just pray along with you. I wish I could hear you and see you that are tuning in but I know you’re there.

On my way to work, there is one particular stoplight that I always like to have red so I can just sit there for a while. I like to stop there because there’s something about that area that I can just hear things. This is what just came to me and I want us to say this together.

It’s nothing we don’t know about. It’s just a nice way to look at it and declare it. When I pulled up, I got the red light. Yeah!

I saw myself above whatever, just above. You know, we have a seat in heavenly places. We’ve been given that place. And, of course it’s by faith. But yesterday we went over so much more about faith.

Say this after me:

I will walk by what I see. I will walk by what I know. I will walk in victory.

I will not walk by what man says. I will walk by what God’s word says and continue to walk in His victory.

I will not walk down below. I will walk in my place above.

I will not miss my opportunities. I will take my position of authorities.

I am victorious. I am victorious. I’m victorious! I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Amen.

We decided that yesterday? Amen means, it is so. We believe it. It’s an Amen in our hearts. It should never be just some little deal we do at the end of our prayers.

There was a video online this morning on Facebook and it was the first lady talking about prayer. She was sitting in a room in the White House talking about, in these kinds of times that the best thing is for people to go to God and go to prayer. She had a whole deal about praying for all of the people on the front lines, the military, the nurses, the doctors, all the people that are just continually moving forward. And then at the end she said, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Amen. That was from the first lady. I thought that was so awesome to hear that.

Scripture focus…

(6) God’s high and holy praises fill their mouths,
for their shouted praises are their weapons of war!
(7) These warring weapons will bring vengeance
on every opposing force and every resistant power—
(8) to bind kings with chains and rulers with iron shackles. 

(9) Praise-filled warriors will enforce
the judgment-doom decreed against their enemies.
This is the glorious honor he gives to all his godly lovers.
Hallelujah! Praise the Lord!
Isaiah 149:6-9 (TPT)

(1) Hallelujah! Praise the Lord! Praise God in his holy sanctuary!
Praise him in his stronghold in the sky!
(2) Praise him for his miracles of might!
Praise him for his magnificent greatness!
(3) Praise him with the trumpets blasting!
Praise him with piano and guitar!
(4–5) Praise him with drums and dancing!
Praise him with the loud, resounding clash of cymbals!
Praise him with every instrument you can find!
(6) Let everyone everywhere join in the crescendo
of ecstatic praise to Yahweh!
Hallelujah! Praise the Lord!
Psalm 150 (TPT)

Pastor Ray…

That’s us! With every breath of life we Praise the Lord!

Praise You, Lord. We praise You this morning. We give You all of the honor, all of the praise. We step right out of our brains, right out of our thoughts, right out of whatever we’ve seen, whatever we’ve heard and we step over and into more of You in our lives as we lift up Your name.

We know that when we do, we are continually lifted up to take our place, position of authority, knowing who we are in Him. We are who He made us to be.

Ms. Annie led us singing This is How I Fight My Battles

Scripture focus…

(1) The Lord is my best friend and my shepherd.
I always have more than enough.
(2) He offers a resting place for me in his luxurious love.
His tracks take me to an oasis of peace, the quiet brook of bliss.
(3) That’s where he restores and revives my life.
He opens before me pathways to God’s pleasure
and leads me along in his footsteps of righteousness
so that I can bring honor to his name.
(4) Lord, even when your path takes me through
the valley of deepest darkness,
fear will never conquer me, for you already have!
You remain close to me and lead me through it all the way.
Your authority is my strength and my peace.
The comfort of your love takes away my fear.
I’ll never be lonely, for you are near.
(5) You become my delicious feast
even when my enemies dare to fight.
You anoint me with the fragrance of your Holy Spirit;
you give me all I can drink of you until my heart overflows.
(6) So why would I fear the future?
For your goodness and love pursue me all the days of my life.
Then afterward, when my life is through,
I’ll return to your glorious presence to be forever with you! Psalm 23 (TPT)

Pastor Ray…

I was just reading down a little to some footnotes.

“Most scholars conclude that Psalm 23 was written by David when he was a young shepherd serving his father, Jesse, while he was keeping watch over sheep near Bethlehem. He was most likely sixteen or seventeen years old.” 

Thank You, Father. Thank you, Lord.

There are signs in France, especially in the countryside. There’ll be cut out of wood and have pointed end. There’ll be one sign post and all kinds of these signs on there to go here, to go there, and how far. I just got a snapshot of that concerning victory and concerning the things that He’ll lay out before our enemies on that table before us. And every sign was something great and it was pointing to Him because He’s already done it. It’s been completed.

I’ve got victory. I’ve got peace. I’ve got love. I’ve got healing. I’ve got restoration. I’ve got more than enough. It just goes on and on. But they all point heavenward because that is where it all has come from.

He’s faithful. Look at the Cross. It was what finished on the Cross at Calvary. All of it, every part was finished. Why should we ever be down?

We should we joyful wherever we walk, whatever we do. Just stay in up above. We are worthless down under. But we’re not down under. We’re the head and we’re not the tail. We’re above and we’re not beneath! Thank You, Lord. Hallelujah. Thank You, Father.

Thank You, Lord. Just You’re worthy. All of the honor belongs to You. We take comfort. We take peace. We take direction. We recognize the authority You’ve given us. We know that You filled us with Your Spirit and that You are refilling us when we keep on asking, more Lord more Lord, more Lord, more of You. Hallelujah. And You baptized us with Your precious Holy spirit, given us another language that we can speak out, that the enemy will have no clue about. Therefore we can pray out mysteries, things that need to take place today.

We’ll just pray in other tongues for a little while.

Thank you, Father. So, we’ll come along, we’ll follow in Your Ways.  Each one, every broken thing shall be restored and made new. We command this morning some things to line up, get in line with what the Word of God has said, today, today. All of the new, all of those different ways that You’ve planned for us to walk out and walk through. We do command things. We do declare an alignment in the name of Jesus. Lining things up. Getting things in line the way they should be, the way You pre-planned for them to be in Jesus name.

Components, parts of the body that are out of line, we pray you back into your position in time, on time, right now.

That is restoration. The God of restoration, the God of restoration power and might, open,  opening up those ways, avenues. Many we call back into their position. We call you back into your place, a restoration time, a restoration day. 

Not one word shall we miss, not one word that You’ve given us shall we put aside. But we’ll stand strong on Your Word and what You’ve said and the way You said it would be. 

All of those numbers, they are adding up. I know we have declared that before. Many things are being multiplied into greater, greater, greater, larger, better, further, beyond what we could ever know or think, showing, showing, showing us that way.

You said You would lead us into all truth and we accept it and we believe to walk in it in these days. Oh, Lord, almighty God, precious Father. Hallelujah. Hallelujah.

Let’s welcome the Holy spirit. Let’s do that right now. Meaning we want more. We open up our hearts to more of You this morning in every part of our lives, our bodies, our plans, Your plans, our lives here on this earth.

Ms. Annie led us singing Welcome Holy Spirit

When say we want more we always believe we get more, it’s just the way He is. We welcome more of You this morning.

Thank you for Your presence Lord, going out over the internet, wherever you’re tuning into from, tuning in here, more, more of Your supernatural presence out into your places, into your rooms, wherever you are, an increase in the supernatural presence of the Holy spirit of God, fill, fill, filled to overflowing, more of Your presence, Lord. It’s a necessity in our lives.

Hallelujah. Even in the natural. I had this happen yesterday. I was in my office and our granddaughter who is 16 and goes to school here, stopped in to see me. But she didn’t have to. Do you see what I’m saying? She was just on her lunch break. She just came in and said, “Hi Papa Ray.”

I’m likening that to when we come to Him, Holy Spirit, Father God. When we just bring the love that we can bring to Him. That’s kind of what she did. She just spent the time. She didn’t just go, “Oh hi.” and then, “bye.” She came in; spent the time. What does that do to you just naturally speaking. You just want to give them money (ha, ha, ha). Hallelujah. Thank You, Lord.  

I liken that to worshiping Him, requiring His presence in our lives, not just barreling along and doing our thing but following after Him. Hallelujah.

The following is a Prayer Petition by Erica Bergstrom:

You said that we, Your body, shall be reflectors of Your Light and shine forth in darkness and those blinded by Satan shall see. You have set Your body—men and women inspired by You, equipped by Your Spirit, and called by You—in the Church to shine, to testify, to preach, and to minister Your Gospel. O Lord, You are our Father. We are the clay and You are the potter so we are the work of Your hands that bring You glory. You have been an ever present help, so help us by sending a great awakening to the Church and to our nation. We have been given a vision of what You long to do, what You wait to do. We request You to do it now, for we stake our all on these promises, all for Your glory.

Father, raise up the Church and help us to shake off those things that have hindered us and to break off the bonds of tradition and religion that have held us bound. Cause us to go forth with the pure revelation of truth that’ll cause the lame to leap for joy and the blind to see both spiritually and physically. Continue to seal Your promises in our hearts by the power of Your Holy Spirit. Help us to hold fast to the confession of our faith without wavering, for You, the one who has promised, is faithful to bring it to pass. Strengthen us in our inner man as we feed on Your Word and solidify our complete trust in You.

Father, there is a work that must be done. There is a ministry that must be accomplished before Jesus returns. The time is at hand for we see things happening in the world—wars and rumors of wars. Pestilence and famines and earthquakes. Men’s hearts failing them because of fear. You said when we see these things coming to pass to rejoice for our redemption draws near. Father, we ask in the name of Your Son, Jesus, for Your anointing and power to move in the Church. We pray for a revival of the power gifts to come into manifestation and all of the offices working together in the fullness of the Spirit of God. Your Word says that the glory of the latter house will be greater than the glory of the former house. Only by Your Spirit can we do the greater works that You said we would do. We are helpless unless You send it. In fact, You have rebuked us when we say we have done things on our own, so we are now fully dependent on You.

Father, we cannot wait any longer. We must have You. We remind You of the wounds of Jesus, the agony He endured at Gethsemane. The strong cries of Your Son as He prevailed for our world and our salvation and His cry from the cross, “It is finished.” Father, our Lord and Redeemer, Your glory must shine in and through Your body. We do not want man’s plans and purposes, but only Yours. Nothing is impossible for You and no Word from You is without power or impossible of fulfillment.

You said You will pour water upon those that are thirsty and send floods upon the dry ground. Quench our thirst, O Lord. Make us thirsty for a manifestation of Your presence and power in our lives, in our church, in our schools, in our government, and in our nation.

Lord, let righteousness prevail. Permit the seed of righteousness from which this nation was born to not die, but continue to bear fruit for all men, in the name of Jesus. For it is by design, O Lord, that this nation came to be.

Revive us again that Your people may rejoice in You for then we will not depart from You. Revive us, give us life, and we will call upon Your name. Restore us, O Lord God of hosts, and cause Your face to shine in pleasure, approval, and favor on us, and we shall be saved. Father, we are confident that no power which earth or hell could interpose would be allowed permanently to stop revival from coming to the Church and our nation.

We know that Your desire is for all men to be saved and to know Your love personally. Therefore, Lord, we bring our plea before You. We set our case before You. We offer it in the name of Jesus, guaranteed by the blood of Jesus, sealed by the Holy Spirit, and laid out before You by Your own people. You are righteous and You will not let Your Word fall to the ground, and You are faithful to those who have sowed their lives for You. We fully expect the course of this nation to be aligned with Your plan, with Your ideas, with Your thoughts, with Your ways, and that You would sweep this nation up in Your arms, and again draw her to You. Draw her to You. O Lord, draw her to You. Draw Your people to You in a great sweeping across this nation—a great sweeping, O Lord. We request this of You. We require it of You.

In the name of Jesus, we believe we receive what we have asked of You. We believe that we have the will of God in the Church and in our nation and the answers to our prayers. Amen. So be it.

Pastor Ray…

Thank You, Father. Boundless victories, boundless, more than we could even imagine, ask or think ,greater in these days, greater momentum, a greater outpouring than ever before in history. Thank You. Thank You for that wind. Thank You for the rain. Thank You for the oil. Thank You for the fire Lord, today.

We steadily call and steadily look for Your plan and Your purposes. Not just individually. Of course we do but for all of us that are compacted together, the Church, the body of Christ in one accord, going in the same way, moving in the same direction in Jesus’ name.

The following is a prayer for our nation by Pastor Lynne Hammond:

Father, in the name of Jesus, and according to your Word, we pray for those in authority in our nation. We lift up President Donald Trump, his family, his staff and cabinet members. Let Your Word cling to them and let them not depart from your plan. Strengthen them with mighty power by your Spirit to stand against wickedness, lies and deception. Guide President Trump’s decisions; let Your light shine upon his path and show him the path of reversal for every evil way. Continually surround him with godly men and women who impart wise counsel to him. Cause the way of the wicked to be set to confusion and come to nothing. Deliver us from the traps and snares the enemy has laid for us, and let the wicked be caught in their own devises and be brought to shame.

We take authority over the plots and plans of the enemy against this nation. Let prideful and lying lips be silenced in Jesus’ name. Slanderers will not be established in America. We pray for our Congress, our Supreme Court, our Military leaders and our intelligence agencies. Let the wisdom that is from above reign in this nation and be constantly speaking to our leaders. We exercise the authority you have given us to tread down all the power of the enemy. We cast down and demolish imaginations and arguments that exalt themselves against the knowledge of God, and we bring into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ. We bind spirits of strife and division, civil wars and tumults, spirits of hostility, lawlessness and blasphemy, and fires from hell that have burned in our cities.

We speak grace and peace over America. We pray and believe for the voice of truth, salvation, revival and restoration to be proclaimed and heard across our land. Grant unto your servants everywhere that with all boldness we may speak your Word. We pray for a mighty outpouring of your Spirit with signs, wonders and miracles. We expect the wisdom of this world that is earthly, sensual and devilish to depart and vanish until Your, mighty work in America becomes a beacon of hope for all people everywhere. We expect the voice of rejoicing to be heard in our nation for your goodness, mercy and prosperity, in Jesus’ name, Amen.

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