Morning Prayer Summary for Thursday, March 16, 2023

Pastor Heather…

 Welcome to Thursday Morning Prayer. Good morning!

We don’t have a musician today, but how many people know the presence of the Lord can still fall without a musician? Shockingly, He doesn’t need our help. Those of you that watch online, you may know we’re extending prayer from 8:30 to 10 a.m. now, just to give a little more time through the 24-hour prayer. We learned how needed it is just to be in His presence to soak. I like to call it “soaking.” You can call it whatever you want, but there is something about just sitting in His presence, the peace of His presence. And there’s something that happens to us, to our hearts, to our bodies, to our minds as we just sit in His presence. He brings peace and He changes us to be more like Him. And so when we come into His presence, we’re changed. We’re changed from glory to glory to glory. And so since we don’t have worship to start out this morning, let’s just start by just welcoming His presence.


The Bible says to come into His gates with thanksgiving and praise, and so let’s just do that. We thank you, Father. We welcome you into this place right now. You’re so good.

We invite your presence on earth as it is in heaven, and we invite heaven into this place today.

We declare today that You are the Lord of Lords. You are the king of kings. You are the alpha and omega. You are the beginning and the end. And so we declare that over the earth, over our communities, over this church, over our families. You are Lord over our hearts, over our lives, over our schedules.

We lay our hearts at your altar right now. We lay everything at your feet. We say have your way.

We were fearfully and wonderfully made, knit together in our mother’s womb. Thank you that you have a plan for every life. Thank you, Father for revealing those plans.

I thank you for an unwrapping of gifts and callings that are in the body of Christ. Things that have laid dormant. We say, wake up. We put a demand on that. Deep calls out to deep… and right now we place a demand on those gifts and those callings that are dormant in the body of Christ.

For such a time as this, people are stepping into their places. We call him out. We say, “Get up. Get into your place. Run your race.”

Thank you that you’re waking up the body of Christ. You’re waking up your bride. Wake up and arise. It’s time to come away with Him. Come back to your first love.

Come away from the things that are distracting… come away from the things of the world… come back to Him.

Come back to your first love… knocking things off of our thrones, Father, where you belong. You’re just pushing things off of that throne where you belong and your presence is. Filling us, overpowering us, that’s all we want. We’ve tasted of the fake things, but we want the real thing. And so we say taste and see that the Lord is good.

Sleeping time is over. Wake up! It’s time to arise for a last and dying world is waiting to see what we will reveal about Him…

Thank you, Father, for fires of passion being poked and stirred right now. We just poke those flames. We stoke the flame and the fire of love. The fire of passion for you and for your things. That first love, we just stoke it today.

Father, we speak against lethargy and apathy.

Rising up… Boldness… We thank you for boldness. No more fear in the body of Christ. No more fear of man. No more fear of sickness. No more fear of poverty or lack. We declare we are bold like lions. We are courageous.

We thank you, Father, for healing the people that left church out of offense or hurt from what a man did to them. Thank you, Father, for healing. We speak restoration for the body of Christ. Restoration…

We recognize the season. We are in the last days. Jesus is about to return, so we need to wake up and make Him the main thing. It’s all about you.

We thank you that our sons and daughters are prophesying. Thank you, Father, that you’re pouring out your Spirit. We see that starting to happen. You’re pouring out your Spirit… Our sons and daughters are prophesying. They’re having dreams.

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