Morning Prayer Summary for  Thursday, October 19, 2023

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Sister Jeannie…

 Good morning. We are here to pray and we’re here to be enforcers of His goodness, to be enforcers of His plan. And so I’m glad you’re here this morning.

So, Father, we just submit to you this morning. We thank you for who you are and for your plan. Your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.

It was Jesus that told the disciples this when they asked, “How do we pray?” And if Jesus, who’s never wrong, who’s never once lost, who has a name that’s above every name told us to pray that way, that means it works. That is an indicator. It leads us to victory every time.

And so, Father, that is our positioning today. Every time we pray “your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven” … in Israel today at every border today and everything that they face and every decision they make, let His kingdom come and let His will be done in Israel as it is in heaven.

Let’s just pray in the spirit for a minute here.

Father, we lay our hearts out before you today. We cast every burden… we shift and keep our eyes on you. Your Word says that your goodness leads us to repentance. And repentance means that we change the way we think, the way we look at things. And so we keep our eyes on your goodness… on your kingdom. It is your will. It is your victory that your kingdom comes and your will is done on earth as it is in heaven. And as we do that, we see things through your lens. The lens of victory. The lens of answers. The lens of the supernatural intervention of God.

Anything right now that you might be afraid of, put your eyes on His goodness.

Holy Spirit, you minister God’s goodness to us. His good, His perfect plan. Amidst all the scary facts, the truth reigns. And the truth is a person who is Jesus, Yeshua, the King of Kings, the Lord of Lords, the Lord of Hosts, the Lord of Angel Armies. That is who is with us, that is who is at the ready right now. Angel Armies going out on their assignments for Israel. Victory, victory, victory, victory.

Precedence has been set…

So, when you go to court and you bring your case before the judge, a lot of times your attorney, well probably most of the time, one of their first thoughts are, “Do we have precedence regarding this case? Has there been a similar case that’s been tried that is ruled in such a way that we could use that precedence for this case? So that I could go before the judge and say, okay, there was a similar case tried at this point in time. And here’s what it said. And based on precedence that’s already been set, we win.”

We have irrevocable precedence set in the Word already. Irrevocable. It cannot be replaced. It cannot change. It’s unchanging. So let’s read about some precedence in the Word that has already been set. Before I read that, I’m going to read one of the definitions of precedence. “The condition of being considered more important than something or something else. Priority in importance, order, or rank.” It takes precedence. It’s the most important thing. And it doesn’t matter the circumstance. It doesn’t matter the people. Here’s what’s important. And it becomes priority.


We come before you right now in the courtrooms of heaven, for you, the righteous judge, the maker of heaven and earth, and righteous judge, we are reminding you of who you are for Israel, who you are for your people, and the precedence that’s already been set.

I kept hearing this passage…

So when I woke up this morning, I kept hearing this passage in the Word. And my response was, “Yeah but, we’ve talked about this before.” You know, all that chatter, that means nothing to God. And then as I was getting ready this morning, I had the Autumn Assembly on. And Pastor Lynne was praying and then toward the end, they brought up this passage. And it was God confirming, “no, this really is where I want to go today.”

2 Chronicles 20. “After this the Moabites, the Ammonites, and with them, the Maonites came against Jehoshaphat to battle.”

Does that sound like something that’s happening right now? God’s people… enemy, enemy, enemy, enemy, enemy, enemy. All at once coming after God’s people. So as I read this to you, hear it through the lens of precedence already set. This has already been done before. And we enforce what God has already done, who God already is, what His plan already is today. And we participate in that, and co labor to enforce the plan of God on behalf of Israel.

“It was told Jehoshaphat…” It was told Netanyahu. “A great multitude has come against you from beyond the Dead Sea, from Edom. And behold, they are in…” whatever that name is. “Then Jehoshaphat feared and set himself determinedly as his vital need to seek the Lord.”

You know, when we’re afraid, it’s an indicator that we have a vital need to get in front of God. It’s a good idea.

“And Judah gathered together to ask help from the Lord, even out of the cities of Judah. They came to seek the Lord yearning for him with all of their desire. And Jehoshaphat stood in the assembly of Judah and Jerusalem in the house of the Lord before the new court and said ‘Oh Lord God of our Fathers. Are you not God in heaven? Do you not rule over all the kingdoms of the nations? In your hand, our power and might, so that no one is able to withstand you.’

Did you hear that? Let’s read it again.

“O Lord, God of our Fathers, God of Israel, are you not God in heaven? And do you not rule over all the kingdoms of the nations? In your hand are power and might, so that no one is able to withstand you.”

Did you hear that? No one is able to withstand you. Okay, we’re going to come back to this, but I’m going to go to Isaiah 40:22.

“It is God who sits above the circle, the horizon of the earth, and its inhabitants are like grasshoppers. It is he who stretches out the heavens like gauze curtains and spreads them out like a tent, who brings dignitaries to nothing, who makes the judges and rulers of the earth as chaos.”

I’m going to read it again. And as I read this, proclaim it with me. Isaiah 40:22. “It is God who sits above the horizon of the earth and its inhabitants are like grasshoppers.” Grasshoppers! The giants are grasshoppers. It is he who stretches out the heavens like curtains and spreads them out like a tent to dwell in, who brings dignitaries to nothing, who makes the judges and rulers of the earth as chaos, emptiness, falsity, and futility.”

Father, I thank you that the unrighteous rulers that would come after Israel right now are being brought to chaos, to futility and to nothing, and falsity is being completely and fully ridiculously exposed. Right now. In fact, it’s already happening. It’s already happened, and now we thank God for more exposure and the truth revealed. The truth revealed … just like the truth was revealed to Saul. It’s revealed to the Sauls… the Sauls that are convinced they’re doing God’s work. What an honor and a privilege to pray today. In the middle of all of this, it’s all held sway by the Word. The Word of the Living God that is never one time lost.

Back to Chronicles 20:6. “And Jehoshaphat said, O Lord, God of our Fathers…”

See he’s coming to God out of relationship.

“Are you not God in heaven? Do you not rule over all the kingdoms of the nations? In your hand are power and might so that no one is able to withstand you.”

He’s saying this while all of his enemies are coming after him from every side. He’s saying this after having feared and cried out to God. Then he goes to him out of relationship and says, “This is who you are, Father. This is who you are.”

“And did not you, our God, drive out the inhabitants of this land before your people Israel and give it forever to the descendants of Abraham, your friend, who dwelt in it?”

Isn’t that amazing? Abraham, your friend.

Father, I thank you for your longing for relationship with us. I thank you that you love us that much, that you would call us your friend. Let the church be a friend to Israel today. Let the church be closer than a brother to Israel today. Right now, let those things start to move.

“They dwelt in it and have built you a sanctuary in it for your name’s sake. If evil comes upon us, the sword of judgment or pestilence or famine, we will stand before this house and before you. If evil comes upon us, we will stand before you.”

It’s in the Word! Precedence. I am reading you precedence right now.

“For your name and the symbol of your presence is in this house. And we cry to you in our affliction and you hear and save.” We cry to God in our affliction and He hears and He saves. Swiftly, speedily, mightily.

“And now behold, the man of Ammon, Moab, and Mount Seir whom you would not let Israel invade when they came from the land of Egypt and whom they turned from and did not destroy.”

You know, this precedent was being set right in Israel already. This is the king that’s crying out to God in Israel when all of her enemies are coming after her. You would think I was telling you what Netanyahu is saying right now.

I love who our God is. I just love His foresight. I love how He already set it up for us.

“And now behold, they reward us by coming to drive us out of your possession which you have given us to inherit.”’ Did you hear that?

And behold, Father, Israel is being rewarded by her enemies coming to drive her out of her possession which you have given them to inherit. We lay this case before you in the courtroom of heaven, righteous judge, as precedence for the now time of what’s happening. We lay it before you, Father. Oh, our God, will you not exercise judgment upon them?

You know His judgment always brings freedom to those that will receive His judgment. His Word says He disciplines those He loves. Let’s not shy away from that. His judgment brings freedom. He’s the righteous judge. He’s not the mean, crummy, hateful judge. He’s the righteous judge.

“Oh, our God will you not exercise judgment upon them.”

I’m not reading scripture here. I’m presenting our case before the courtroom of heaven right now, on behalf of Israel, on behalf of America. I just hear Him say, “Get on board, get on board.”

“For we have no might to stand against this great company that is coming against us.”

That is about the most encouraging thing I’ve heard in this passage so far. When you have no might to stand against whatever’s coming against you, that does not stop His goodness. That does not stop His plan. He loves this kind of thing. He loves it. When He’s the only thing we have, the only one we have.

“We do not know what to do, but our eyes are upon you.”

Father, I thank you that Israel knows what to do. I thank you that her leaders know what to do right now. I thank you that her leaders are on you today. I thank you for supernatural, brilliant solutions that come out of the secret place.

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