Prayer Summary for September 29


You are the holy and anointed one, dear Lord
We honor and glorify that precious name; it is the name above every other name—Jesus!
The joy of the Lord is giving strength to us, today
It is in the finishing, and we will continually lay hold of those things You have called us to
We will never let it go, keeping our eyes fixed on Your will and plan, Lord
Yearning to hear those words, “Well done thy good and faithful servant”
Staying faithful and trusting in You all the way through to the end
You are the risen and the exalted one, Father
Sin, sickness, disease, poverty, and lack are defeated in Jesus’ name!
We are so thankful that You have raised us up and seated us in heavenly places today, Lord
You have raised us above all infirmity, confusion, oppression, and depression
The blood of Jesus lives and speaks light and life to us today
Thank You for the price that has been paid, and the blood that was shed for our sins
You will never leave us nor forsake us, and Your word is life, truth, and health to our bodies
The same spirit that raised Jesus from the dead lives within us, today
We are being changed from one degree of glory to another
You have called us to this time and to this hour; You have set us apart!
Declaring today that the darkness will never overcome the light!
It is our hearts’ desire to yield to more of You, Lord
There will be marked differences that will distinguish us and set us apart
You are speaking and giving us confidence and strength to finish these last days
Holding the blood against lying demon powers of darkness
Calling down those seducing spirits that are attempting to turn the hearts of believers
We release a supply of the Spirit to go and give them supernatural strength
Covering their minds, thoughts, and ears with the blood of Jesus
It is not by might, not by power, but by Your Spirit, Lord God
Lifting up our eyes and our hearts towards Heaven, today
There is a paradigm shift on the way; we see it, Lord!
The power of Your Word is resonating on the inside of us
Forgetting those things that are behind and looking ahead to those things before us
We will only look to You, Lord, the author and finisher of our faith
Your voice is being amplified in our hearing
Every man, woman, and child will stand accountable to the King
Your orders are very clear and very precise in these last days
The provision has been set before us, and You are giving us the strength to carry on
Obedience of and by Your Spirit, Father
No, we will not hesitate or delay, but we will act quickly on Your Word!
You are more than enough, Lord
We have ears to hear Your voice, and no other voice will we follow
Standing firm and strong, continually standing in the face of adversity
Joined together, there is a supernatural flow that is connecting rivers together
Hallelujah, to the Lamb of God
The Word of God is the sword of the Spirit, and it is cutting those things away
Negative situations, negative holds are being cut out, today!

Scripture Focus…

(24) “But none of these things move me; neither do I esteem my life dear to myself, if only I may finish my course with joy and the ministry which I have obtained from [which was entrusted to me by] the Lord Jesus, faithfully to attest to the good news (Gospel) of God’s grace (His unmerited favor, spiritual blessing, and mercy).”
(Acts 20:24 Amp.)

(29) “I know that after I am gone, ferocious wolves will get in among you, not sparing the flock; (30) Even from among your own selves men will come to the front who, by saying perverse (distorted and corrupt) things, will endeavor to draw away the disciples after them [to their own party]. (31) Therefore be always alert and on your guard, being mindful that for three years I never stopped night or day seriously to admonish and advise and exhort you one by one with tears. (32) And now [brethren], I commit you to God [I deposit you in His charge, entrusting you to His protection and care]. And I commend you to the Word of His grace [to the commands and counsels and promises of His unmerited favor]. It is able to build you up and to give you [your rightful] inheritance among all God’s set-apart ones (those consecrated, purified, and transformed of soul). (33) I coveted no man’s silver or gold or [costly] garments. (34) You yourselves know personally that these hands ministered to my own needs and those [of the persons] who were with me. (35) In everything I have pointed out to you [by example] that, by working diligently in this manner, we ought to assist the weak, being mindful of the words of the Lord Jesus, how He Himself said, It is more blessed (makes one happier and more to be envied) to give than to receive. (36) Having spoken thus, he knelt down with them all and prayed.”
(Acts 20:29–36 Amp.)


“It is a blessed thing to learn that God’s Word can never fail. God can work mightily when you persist in believing Him in spite of discouragements from the human standpoint. I am not moved by what I see. I am moved only by what I believe.”

—Smith Wigglesworth

The following excerpt is taken from The Life of Faith by Mrs. Cornelia Nuzum:


I find many people who lay hold of the Lord and get healing, but who remain weak and seem unable to get strength. Yet God has provided strength, and it is obtained from Him in the same way as healing—namely, by repentance, obedience and faith. “My God shall supply all your need,” applies to strength as well as to healing, and He supplies it in the same way and with the same willingness—strength for spirit, soul, and body. Jesus bore our infirmities (weaknesses) as truly as He bore our diseases, and for the same purpose—that we might be freed from them. Because He bore them, we do not have to bear them. He does not want us to bear them, and is delighted when we rise up and refuse to bear them. “Neither give place to the devil,” applies to weakness just as much as it applies to sin and sickness. Weakness is a part of the curse as truly as pain is, and “Christ hath redeemed us from the curse” (all of it); it is in the past tense—it is done. He is not only the Redeemer to buy us back from the curse, but also the Deliverer to set us free from it all, and longs to “see of the travail of His soul (the results of His sufferings) and be satisfied,” because He sees that we have the benefits of it.

Psalm 29:11 says, “The Lord will give strength unto His people,” but some of His people are not strong. 1 Corinthians 6:20 commands us to glorify God in our bodies—a weak body does not glorify God. God created man in His own image, and “In the Lord…is strength,” so weakness is a part of the curse that Jesus bore for us.

Christ delivered us from weakness at the same time He delivered us from sin. Again and again in the Bible we are commanded to “be strong.” Another verse says, “The people that know their God shall be strong.” Isaiah 27:5 says, “Let him take hold of My strength,” and Acts 3:16 says faith in the name of Jesus made a man strong that had never been strong before in his life. That man came to know God, and took the strength of God—not natural strength, but God’s strength—and got it by faith.

Just as the body has a hand of flesh that lays hold of material things, takes and holds fast to them, even so the spirit has a hand of faith that takes hold of the things God offers and holds fast to them. How often God begs us to take things. How shall we do it? The hand of flesh feels what it takes, but the hand of faith does not depend on the sense—it depends only on the Word of God. Did God give it and say, “Take it”? Then faith lays hold of it and knows it has it, not because, like the hand of flesh it feels what it has taken, but because the God who never mocks, deceives, or changes said, “Take it,” and I did take it, and therefore I do have it, even though I cannot see, feel, or find it as yet.

Then God says, “Hold fast that thou hast” by never once doubting that you really have it. Then Joel 3:10 says, “Let the weak say, I am strong.” Not the strong ones say, I am strong, but the weak ones. Not say, “I shall be strong,” but “I am strong now.” Not say it after you get strong, but say it while you are weak. Of course, you must think it and believe it, but you must also say it, because Mark 11:23 says you shall have what you say if you doubt not, and Jesus said, “As though hast believed, so be it done unto thee.” So do both—believe it and say it also. As you thus obey God, you will have the experience of Heb. 11:34, “Out of weakness were made strong.” This is what Paul meant when he said, “When I am weak, then am I strong”—not his own strength increased, but his hand of faith “took hold of God’s strength” and he had, as one translation gives it, “the strength of dynamite.”

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Continued praying…

We take hold of the very strength of God to finish the race
Strengthen us spirit, soul, and body today, Lord
Asking for greater manifestations and operations of the Spirit, Father
No, we will not cave in, or quit, but we will take hold of those things You have called us to
Your Spirit is working on the inside of us and quickening those things to us
We are created in Your image and likeness
Speaking to those adverse situations and circumstances, and we cast them down now in Jesus’ name!
Where the blood has been applied, it shall not be denied!
We lean not on our own understanding but in all of our ways, we will acknowledge You
Asking for clarity today, Lord
Entering into more and more of You, moving with greater momentum
Some things are being set in motion, and we call for a steady pace all along the way
Applying the blood of Jesus over connections, today
That every believer would be fully hooked in, by the Word and by the Spirit
Supernatural strength and energy from the Spirit all along the way, Lord
By Your mercy and by Your grace, we call those lost souls back in, Lord
That they would respond to Your call
Greater operations and greater progress of and by Your Spirit, Father God
Loose them and set them free from the captivity that was holding them back, Lord
You have given us the authority and the precious blood of Jesus, and we thank You for it, Father
Giving You all the glory, honor, and praise today, Lord

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