Morning Prayer Summary for Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Ms. Peg led us in worship.

Pastor Ray…

Hallelujah. Holy Spirit. Thank You so much for Your presence again today.

Thank You for filling us up, stirring us up, lifting us up, strengthening us up, healing us up, and restoring us in every single way, now. Thank You. Thank You. Thank You.

Holy Spirit of the living God, fall Fresh upon us today.

Thank You so much that You sent your only Son for us here, right now. Thank You for the covering of the precious holy blood of the lamb. Everything we need is in that blood.

We honor and worship You and magnify You this morning in Jesus’ name. Hallelujah.

Scripture focus…

Living by the Power of the Holy Spirit
1) So now the case is closed. There remains no accusing voice of condemnation against those who are joined in life-union with Jesus, the Anointed One. 2) For the “law” of the Spirit of life flowing through the anointing of Jesus has liberated us from the “law” of sin and death. 3) For God achieved what the law was unable to accomplish, because the law was limited by the weakness of human nature.
5) Those who are motivated by the flesh only pursue what benefits themselves. But those who live by the impulses of the Holy Spirit are motivated to pursue spiritual realities. 6) For the sense and reason of the flesh is death, but the mind-set controlled by the Spirit finds life and peace.
11) Yes, God raised Jesus to life! And since God’s Spirit of Resurrection lives in you, he will also raise your dying body to life by the same Spirit that breathes life into you!

Sons and Daughters Destined for Glory

14) The mature children of God are those who are moved by the impulses of the Holy Spirit. 15) And you did not receive the “spirit of religious duty,” leading you back into the fear of never being good enough. But you have received the “Spirit of full acceptance,” enfolding you into the family of God. And you will never feel orphaned, for as he rises up within us, our spirits join him in saying the words of tender affection, “Beloved Father!” 16) For the Holy Spirit makes God’s fatherhood real to us as he whispers into our innermost being, “You are God’s beloved child!” Romans 12:1-3; 5-6;11, 14-16 (TPT)

I love that. He is whispering to us, making us to know. We are His beloved children. Hallelujah.

Ms. Peg led us in Where Could I Go that You Couldn’t Find Me

Scripture focus…

28) So we are convinced that every detail of our lives is continually woven together for good, for we are his lovers who have been called to fulfill his designed purpose. 29) For he knew all about us before we were born and he destined us from the beginning to share the likeness of his Son. This means the Son is the oldest among a vast family of brothers and sisters who will become just like him.
30) Having determined our destiny ahead of time, he called us to himself and transferred his perfect righteousness to everyone he called. And those who possess his perfect righteousness he co-glorified with his Son!

The Triumph of God’s Love

31) So, what does all this mean? If God has determined to stand with us, tell me, who then could ever stand against us? 32) For God has proved his love by giving us his greatest treasure, the gift of his Son. And since God freely offered him up as the sacrifice for us all, he certainly won’t withhold from us anything else he has to give.

33) Who then would dare to accuse those whom God has chosen in love to be his? God himself is the judge who has issued his final verdict over them—“Not guilty!”

37) Yet even in the midst of all these things, we triumph over them all, for God has made us to be more than conquerors, and his demonstrated love is our glorious victory over everything!

38) So now I live with the confidence that there is nothing in the universe with the power to separate us from God’s love. I’m convinced that his love will triumph over death, life’s troubles, fallen angels, or dark rulers in the heavens. There is nothing in our present or future circumstances that can weaken his love. 39) There is no power above us or beneath us—no power that could ever be found in the universe that can distance us from God’s passionate love, which is lavished upon us through our Lord Jesus, the Anointed One! Romans 12:28-33; 37-39 (TPT)


Pastor Ray…

He lavished upon us His love. He loved us so much that He sent his Son, Jesus Christ.

Oh, thank You, Heavenly Father. Thank You. Your mercies are new today. You haven’t changed Your mind about us. You have set us free. You have made us to be righteous, to walk in victory. You have anointed us, called us, lifted us, propelled us, changed us, rearranged us, and You still are working for us.

Even when we can’t maybe feel it, see it, or even sense it, we know You are a faithful Father to us. Hallelujah.

You know our names. You know our futures. And according to Your Words, our futures are bright and they will work out right. We do call those things, even yet, we’ve not seen, we call them forth. And believe by faith to walk in the center of them: Your goodness, Your mercy, Your compassion.

You’re so good and so faith. Hallelujah.

Ms. Peg led singing You Are All I Need

Pastor Ray…

He is all we need.

I like what Pastor Ken said the other day, “We’re not just seeking after those things, we’re seeking after Him. We seek after Him and all these things are added. We receive.”

We’re seeking after the One that gives, not just all the things.

I felt to go down through First Corinthians 11 in faith and use this to bring an even greater revelation of how great and how good the Lord is.

Here in Corinthians, they had to get called on the carpet a bit. Every time they’d get together, they were not respectful to Him and to what He had done.

Scripture focus…

22) What! Do you have no houses in which to eat and drink? Or do you despise the church of God and mean to show contempt for it, while you humiliate those who are poor (have no homes and have brought no food)? What shall I say to you? Shall I commend you in this? No, [most certainly] I will not!

23) For I received from the Lord Himself that which I passed on to you [it was given to me personally], that the Lord Jesus on the night when He was treacherously delivered up and while His betrayal was in progress took bread,

24) And when He had given thanks, He broke and said, Take, eat. This is My body, which is broken for you. Do this to call Me [affectionately] to remembrance.

We do that this morning. We’re calling, focusing our attention, remembering affectionately what You did do for us. That body on the Cross, the stripes that You took for us, the blood that was shed. We bring that all to our remembrance this morning. In the way that Jesus took that bread and broke it. And told the people in that room, “Take, eat. This is My body that was broken. I did it for you there and I’ll keep doing it for you year after year after year. Always.

25) Similarly when supper was ended, He took the cup also, saying, This cup is the new covenant [ratified and established] in My blood. Do this, as often as you drink [it], to call Me [affectionately] to remembrance.

26) For every time you eat this bread and drink this cup, you are representing and signifying and proclaiming the fact of the Lord’s death until He comes [again]. 1 Corinthians 11:22-26 (AMPC).

It goes on to say not to be so casual about it but to really and truly let it come from our hearts. And remind ourselves, what was done then on the Cross is working now for us here in 2021. Thank You, Lord.

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

Pastor Ray…

We might feel like we’re surrounded by all of the enemy’s plans and the enemy’s ways and words, but we are surrounded by Him.

By that blood of Jesus this morning, we take our place in the center, in the middle of that surrounding blood, protection for us today.

We declare that same protection over the body of Christ. Father, we lift up before heaven the needs. You know the names. We lift up leaders in positions of authority in Your body. We pray that blood to surround and lift, deliver, and bring freedom to those that are in positions of authority in the Church – that would be all the five-fold gifts. We lift each one up.

Covering the missionaries, those that are out on the field in different nations. They could be in this nation too. Wherever they are.

We cover and plead the blood of Jesus over every missionary, call for the protection of the blood! We pray over their families, over their ministry or ministries to be covered by the blood of Jesus. We surround you with a blood!

You may feel like you’re surrounded by something else, but Hallelujah! You’re surrounded by the blood! The blood that overcome! The blood that protects and delivers in Jesus’ name.

Peg led us in lifting up the blood of Jesus.

Pastor Ken…

I had this sense in my spirit as Pastor Ray was talking about holy communion and the sacrifice of Jesus and the blood that He shed. It just kind of hit me. That being, our opportunity to respond to Him. Not only initially, but always and forever.

The blood speaks of the work of God. The blood speaks to us now in this moment, to respond. And I felt like some of us, maybe you’re online or maybe you’re here, have questions. But God is saying, “No. You have a need to respond.” And the response that I heard in my spirit was, “It’s time, it’s the moment, it’s the circumstance you’re in, it’s the situation that you’re facing – to say, “Yes.”

Prayer is all about yieldedness to God, not our effort or our hard work, our faithfulness or what we have to offer. But it’s all about what He has done.

I just encourage you right now, in this moment, whatever it is for you. Maybe it’s a call to pray and you know God is calling you to that place of prayer. And He’s saying, “Say, Yes.”

Just Yield to Him. Amen.

Maybe you’re far from God. Maybe you’re struggling with doubt or fear in some way. God is saying in this moment, because of the blood, because of what He has done for us, He’s calling us to respond.

Pastor Lynn always used to tell us and still does, salvation was just an introductory offer. There are many more offers and many more opportunities and much more that goes on and on into eternity that He has for us, that Jesus purchased for us. And He’s just calling for us and waiting for us and patiently, lovingly urging us on to say, “Yes.”

Say “Yes” to Him in your spirit this morning. Say “Yes” to Him where you need to say yes. There is an urgency on this. I sense it. Amen. Whether it’s salvation, whatever the case may be.

Lord, we do that this morning. We yield ourselves to You. We yield our hearts. We yield our lives. We say, “Yes, Jesus.”

We say yes to that next thing. We say yes to that which we know we need to respond to in our hearts. Oh, in Jesus name we yield ourselves to You, Father.

We worship You this week. We invite You, Holy Spirit, come and have Your way in our souls, in our hearts today.

Lord, do the work down deep in us. Prepare us, prepare the Church, prepare our nation for what is next, for what You have planned with the good and the great and the mighty things that you have yet to do on this planet before the great catching away of the Church.

We pray for our nation today, for our city, for people we know, people we can see in our mind’s eye that are on their way to the place of torment. And we pray, Lord, that there would be a sounding of the spirit of God within them, around them, to them through someone to say, “Yes!” to Jesus, to say “Yes!” to the call of God.

We pray for our brothers and sisters that have gone wayward, that are far from Father’s house this morning. We call them back! And we pray that there will be an amplification of the Spirit and the voice of God to their hearts, that they would hear You say, “Just say, Yes.”

Just say, Yes! Come back to Father’s house, come back to your call, come back to your place of prayer. Say, “Yes.”

The Lord is saying, “I have it all. Just say, ‘Yes.’ I can do all that you can’t do. Just say, ‘Yes.’ You may not know how to pray but just say, ‘Yes.’ And come to Me and I’ll do the rest. And I’ll flow through you and I’ll do what you can’t do. And truly you will do the greater things that I prophetically said, while I was on the earth, that I would do in you and through you and through the body, My Church in Jesus name.”

Lord, we just behold You this morning. We worship You. We magnify You. We thank You, Lord, for an opening of heaven over our nation today, over our Church today, over our homes today, over our cities and the nations, wherever people are joining us from today. Open, open, open, open, it’s time for the open. And Lord, we say, “Yes” for an opening in heaven, an opening in the realm of God, that there would be a pouring forth in this time, in this hour – for that harvest You prophetically told us about. It’s time, Lord.

We pray for a releasing of the plan of God, a releasing of the next… We pray for a releasing of signs and wonders and miracles for a healing of hearts from trauma, a healing of communities, families and this state and our city, in this nation, in other nations around the globe that are still reverberating with the trauma of COVID and other things that have happened and are happening.

Your Word says that You’re able to raise up a standard against the onslaught of the enemy however he may come in, however that might be. And so today, Father, in the Spirit by prayer, we raise up a standard. I just see it now rising, a tide rising in nations, in peoples, in cities, in America, in Canada, and Mexico, in France, in Europe, in China, Lord. Oh, in India, in Pakistan, in Australia. Lord.

A tide is rising! We call for it today! We’ve got to have it, Lord! We must have it in Jesus’ name.

A tide pushing back darkness and bringing in a flood of the Holy Ghost, a flood of your purposes and plans and healing and wonders and works of Jesus, seen in this hour, in our generation, in our time, Lord, in the mighty name of Jesus. We pray that!

Opening up – an ocean of God!

The enemy may have arrayed himself against us, but there is a whole ocean of God we have not even seen yet! A reservoir of the Spirit, answers that go out, power and miracles and signs open up today! The ocean of God!

Thank You, Lord! Thank You, Lord! Thank You for Your presence, Lord.

Oh, we just worship You Lord. His presence is right here. He can never be exhausted. There is no end to Him. Oh, hallelujah.

Thank You, Lord. Thank You, Jesus. Thank You!

Pastor Ray…

When you were speaking about responding with, “Yes,” I heard, “Oui,” and “Merci.” Yes and thank you. We have to keep our “Yeses” on the right channel for what we already know that’s written to us, prophesied over us.

Jesus Himself prayed over us, here today. You can read it in the Word. He prayed for us now. Why wouldn’t we say, “Yes” or “Oui” or “Thank You” or Merci?” And then right away, one of the first countries you said was France. I get it! Okay! “Oui! Oui!” Hallelujah.

I had this come up right before Paster Ken got up. “It’s not what you think it is. Get out of your thoughts and get into your hearts. It is not what you think it will be. It’s not how you think it will turn out. Get out of that realm and get down deep into the spirit realm or your heart’s call, what’s been placed within you and what this Word has said about you and me. The devil likes to work, do things that get our brains functioning when they shouldn’t. You know, he tries to get us out of our hearts and start thinking, ‘Oh my, oh my, oh my, oh my.’ But we don’t say, “Oh my.” Hallelujah.

Every care, all of the anxieties about the future – out! We have been made free, free, free, free.

What we’re saying ‘Yes’ to is all of His goodness and all of Your mercies. We say “Yes” to You – to Your will, to Your plans, to what You have for Your body here on this earth, the body of Christ.

Now you [collectively] are Christ’s body and [individually] you are members of it, each part severally and distinct [each with his own place and function]. I Corinthians 12:27 (AMPC)

Pastor Ray…

That’s what we’re saying “Yes” to. Our individual place, our individual part, our individual call – we are saying, “Yes!”

Ms. Peg led us singing We Say Yes To Your Goodness

Pastor Ray…

Really? That’s what we’re doing when we received those elements. We’re saying “Yes” to the will, the plan He has for us. And we know it’s always good because our Father is good.

When He said, “Let there be light,” light was. When He says whatever is said here in this Word that is alive, the Living Word, we just say, “Yes” to it. Because we know that it’s true. Hallelujah.

Thank you for coming today, for joining us and for tuning in. Thank you for the comments that you made yesterday toward me. I appreciate that so much – blessed, blessed, blessed. We’ll see you tomorrow.

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