Morning Prayer Summary for Tuesday, March 19, 2019


Pastor Ray read an article from United With Israel – The Global Movement for Israel.

“Tomorrow, we will begin building 840 housing units in Ariel in a new neighborhood as was approved two years ago,” Netanyahu pledged.

By David Jablinowitz, United With Israel Staff

Israel’s Prime Minister and Defense Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed Monday to increase the Israeli presence in Judea and Samaria a day after a deadly terrorist attack was carried out in the area.

“Tomorrow, we will begin building 840 housing units in Ariel in a new neighborhood as was approved two years ago,” Netanyahu pledged.

“I send condolences to the families of IDF Sgt. Gal Keidan and Rabbi Ahiad Ettinger, who succumbed to his wounds this morning, a father of 12,” said Netanyahu, adding that “our hearts are with them.”

The prime minister received a military briefing as he toured the site of the attack at Ariel junction.

“We know the identity of the assailant,” he said, adding that the Israeli army and security agencies “are in close pursuit. We know where he lives and have located his family. This morning I gave the orders to start the demolition of his home and the preparations have begun,” added Netanyahu.

Home demolitions are carried out as a deterrent to try to fend off future would-be terrorists.

“Terrorists Will Not Uproot Us”

The call to expand housing and infrastructure in Judea and Samaria in the aftermath of attacks is a frequent battle cry, and the prime minister injected such a pledge in his tour of the area on Monday.

“These terrorists will not uproot us from here; the complete opposite will happen,” Netanyahu vowed. Quoting from the Book of Exodus, the prime minister referred to the unsuccessful efforts of the Egyptian Pharoah to kill off Jews. “The more they afflict them, the more they multiply and spread,” he said.

“We know that we are in a constant struggle,” Netanyahu said, while expressing confidence that “we will defeat the murderers… The arms of the security services reach all of these murderers.”

Netanyahu assumed the defense portfolio after Avigdor Liberman resigned in November, arguing that the prime minister was too soft in fighting terror from the Gaza Strip.

Scripture Focus…

(11) But then I recall all you have done, O Lord; I remember your wonderful deeds of long ago. (12) They are constantly in my thoughts. I cannot stop thinking about your mighty works. (13) O God, your ways are holy. Is there any god as mighty as you? (14) You are the God of great wonders! You demonstrate your awesome power among the nations. (15) By your strong arm, you redeemed your people, the descendants of Jacob and Joseph. Interlude (16) When the Red Sea saw you, O God, its waters looked and trembled! The sea quaked to its very depths. (17) The clouds poured down rain; the thunder rumbled in the sky. Your arrows of lightning flashed. (18) Your thunder roared from the whirlwind; the lightning lit up the world! The earth trembled and shook. (19) Your road led through the sea, your pathway through the mighty waters— a pathway no one knew was there! (20) You led your people along that road like a flock of sheep, with Moses and Aaron as their shepherds.
(Psalms 77:11–20 NLT)

(11) Yet I could never forget all your miracles, my God, as I remember all your wonders of old.(12) I ponder all you’ve done, Lord, musing on all your miracles.(13) It’s here in your presence, in your sanctuary, where I learn more of your ways. For holiness is revealed in everything you do.
Lord, you’re the one and only, the great and glorious God! (14) Your display of wonders, miracles, and power makes the nations acknowledge you. (15) By your glory-bursts you’ve rescued us over and over. Just ask the sons of Jacob or the sons of Joseph and they will tell you! And all of us, your beloved ones, know that it’s true! Pause in his presence (16) When the many waters of the Red Sea took one look at you, they were afraid and ran away to hide— trembling to its depths! (17) Storm clouds filled with water high in the skies; cloudbursts and thunderclaps announced your approach. Lightning-flashes lit up the landscape. (18) Rolling whirlwinds exploded with sonic booms of thunder, rumbling as the skies shouted out your story with light and sound and wind. Everything on earth shook and trembled as you drew near. (19) Your steps formed a highway through the seas with footprints on a pathway no one even knew was there. (20) You led your people forward by your loving hand, blessed by the leadership of Moses and Aaron.
(Psalms 77:11–20 TPT)

Pastor Ray read this prophecy from Kenneth Copeland:

Kenneth Copeland
September 21, 2018
Charlotte Victory Campaign, Charlotte, North Carolina

“Faith is the open door. Faith opens the door to move into things of the spirit that seem like, in times past, there was no door open in that. You could see others moving in by the spirit—others manifesting speaking out prophetically, operation of tongues, interpretation of tongues. But it just seems like nothing ever happened to you. And you’ve wondered about it and you thought, “Is there something wrong with me?”

“Have you ever exercised your faith and made yourself available to The LORD Jesus to use you? ‘Well, no, Brother Copeland. I was just waiting.’ All this time He’s been waiting for you. So, you just need to say, ‘Lord, I’m available. I’m yours to command.’ And listen. Listen. Listen. And you’ll begin to grow, and you’ll begin to have understanding, and you’ll begin to say, ‘I see more than I ever did before.’ And The LORD will begin to use you, and you’ll be going into a grocery store and somebody will walk by and suddenly you’ll say, ‘That person needs healing in their ears. Lord, what do you want me to do?’ And He’ll say, ‘Go over and touch them,’ or He may say, ‘Just stand there and pray in the Spirit;’ or He will give you instructions. And that is a manifestation of the Spirit of God and His gifts to minister to people. Amen.

“Yes, LORD. If you only did that, you’d be surprised how much I can do with you and through you and for you. If you’d just get up in the morning and say, ‘Yes, LORD. Good morning, LORD. Yes, LORD. I’m yours to command today, LORD. Yes, LORD. My answer is yes. My answer is yes. Yes, LORD. For what all you thought would be a hard task you’ll find out as you yield and say, ‘Yes, LORD,’ all of a sudden, the burden of it will just seem to melt like a snowball in a hot summer afternoon. And you’ll be eager to move and eager to step out and just thrilled to see what Jesus is going to do next.”


We pray and ask for wisdom for our leaders, Father
Calling these things to come to pass in the name of Jesus
You are making a way where there seems to be no other way!
Lifting up those believers to do all that You have called
We are following You, precious Holy Spirit
Good things are on the horizon, and we call them forth in Jesus’ name!
Contending, calling, and believing all that You have for us, Father
Casting down all hindrances and all evil plots of the enemy
Declaring that we are on the increase!
We are moving further and further and further to the breakthrough
Thank You, Lord, for everything that You have already done!
You have set us free and have delivered us from evil!
Yes, You are meeting our needs, healing our bodies, and are making a way
Father, we say yes to Your plans, yes to Your will, yes to Your purpose in our lives
We love You, Lord, we love Your great plan and who You are!
You are working in and through us today!
Thank You, Father, we are overcomers in, by, and through the blood of Jesus
We will follow those things that You speak unto us
Your Spirit is leading and guiding every step we take!
Continually yearning for more and more of You and of Your presence
We worship, honor, and magnify You, Lord
Words, give us words to speak, words to change and words to rearrange

Scripture Focus…

(1–13) You who sit down in the High God’s presence, spend the night in Shaddai’s shadow, Say this: “God, you’re my refuge. I trust in you and I’m safe!” That’s right—he rescues you from hidden traps, shields you from deadly hazards. His huge outstretched arms protect you— under them you’re perfectly safe; his arms fend off all harm. Fear nothing—not wild wolves in the night, not flying arrows in the day, Not disease that prowls through the darkness, not disaster that erupts at high noon. Even though others succumb all around, drop like flies right and left, no harm will even graze you. You’ll stand untouched, watch it all from a distance, watch the wicked turn into corpses. Yes, because God’s your refuge, the High God your very own home, Evil can’t get close to you, harm can’t get through the door. He ordered his angels to guard you wherever you go. If you stumble, they’ll catch you; their job is to keep you from falling. You’ll walk unharmed among lions and snakes, and kick young lions and serpents from the path. (14-16)“If you’ll hold on to me for dear life,” says God, “I’ll get you out of any trouble. I’ll give you the best of care if you’ll only get to know and trust me. Call me and I’ll answer, be at your side in bad times; I’ll rescue you, then throw you a party. I’ll give you a long life, give you a long drink of salvation!” (Psalms 91:1–16 MSG)

Continued Praying…

Thank You, Father, that You are leading and guiding us today
You are revealing unto us the will of the Father
We will take our seat of authority in Christ Jesus
Yes, we declare that those things are working out right
Pleading the blood of Jesus over boundaries!
We push those boundaries out further and further
Staying on the go and in the flow!
We roll off every care, and we stay on the move
Commanding for things to change and contending those things to move
Yes, we have been set free, and we are free indeed!
Lifting up the new, new territories, new beginnings, new transformations
We enter into the new today, Lord
Speaking those things forth in the name of Jesus
Yes, we will line up with Your plan and with Your will
You are the way maker, and You have already made a way, Father
Giving You all the glory, honor and praise today, Lord
Thank You for Your provision, we call those things forth in the name of Jesus

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