Morning Prayer Summary for Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Pastor Ray…

Hallelujah, and good morning, and happy blessed Tuesday. Trust that all of you tuning in this morning had a blessed weekend, you know Memorial Day. Memorial Day is a Memorial Day. It’s not Happy Memorial Day. It’s remembering all those that did so much for us as a nation. And we’re thankful and we’re grateful so much for that. Hallelujah!

This morning I heard this and when I was getting ready. “Do Not Back Off, Do Not Back Down.” That’s just what I heard. So, what’s the scripture for that?

“But our way is not that of those who draw back to eternal misery or perdition and are utterly destroyed but we are of those who believe, who cleave to, trust in, and rely on God through Jesus Christ the Messiah and by faith preserve the soul.” Hebrews 11:39

We’re not called to back off in any way. That just reminds me of when brother Kenneth Hagin said, “Do not settle for 50% victory, don’t settle for 75%, even 85% but go all the way to 100% victory.” So that’s what we’re pressing ahead for every day. We’re in it together. The world’s declaration is we’re all in this together but that’s not totally true. As members of the body, of all people, we need to be together pressing ahead, calling the things that are not as though they are. When? Now.

We’re not turning around. We’ll just declare it this morning. Thank you, Holy Spirit, for your wonderful, precious, holy presence here today, and out over the Internet. To whoever’s watching, whoever you are. The presence of God, the manifested presence of the Holy Spirit that makes all the difference. Thank you for the anointing that’s working through us. Again, we remind ourselves it’s not all about us. It’s all about those that need to come out of the darkness and into the light.

Thank you, Lord. Thank you for your presence, Holy Spirit. Thank you for it this morning. We rest in You. We trust in You. You’re faithful, Hallelujah.

Miss Annie led us singing As Long As I Have Breath, I Will Praise You Lord

Pastor Ray…

I felt like we should sing the Blessing song and sing that over our country. Bless every state, every leader, our President, and all those in positions of authority – in Jesus’ name!

Miss Annie…

May I share a scripture with you? I was just reading this morning about how you can’t, the curse causeless will not alight. It took me over to where Balak hired Balaam to curse God’s people. When Balaam was trying to do that, I mean he was an ungodly prophet. He stood up on the mountain to look down on God’s people and he saw them camped by the tribes around the tabernacle, and it makes the shape of a cross, and he said, “How can I curse what God has blessed?”

You can’t curse what God has blessed! And we are God’s people. We’re in the middle of an ungodly, Babylonian world system but that doesn’t affect us. Amen. Because the blessing of God is upon His people. And Balaam said, by utterance that was given to him in spite of his connection to the world, he said, “I have not beheld iniquity, in Jacob.” When God looks on the cross and He sees us in him, He doesn’t behold iniquity. And the curse of sickness and financial devastation cannot alight upon us because we are blessed.

Annie led us singing The Blessing

Ms. Annie…

Thank you, Lord, for peace, wholeness, prosperity, righteousness, and trust forever over our land, over our city, over our state. We speak righteousness, peace, and trust forever over Minneapolis and St. Paul, over the state of Minnesota and every city in Minnesota, over the United States of America, we call them united! We come against every spirit of division, hatred, strife, lying spirits. In the name of Jesus, we speak prosperity, blessing, peace, righteousness, trust forever. And we proclaim freedom throughout the land, to all the inhabitants thereof. Because where the Spirit of the Lord there is liberty. Thank you, Lord, for liberty in our land. All oppression, bondage, addiction are bound and cast to the ground in Jesus’ name.

Pastor Ray…

Hallelujah. I’m just, resting in that, resting in Him, trusting in Him, relying on Him, lifting Him, Hallelujah.  Thank You, Lord. Thank You, father. Thank You, Jesus.

Miss Annie…

I am seeing a hurricane. And in the eye of the hurricane, I see all of His people safe. They’re in the eye of the hurricane. The winds are going crazy around us but we’re safe. We’re in His heart where no winds can rock our boat. Hallelujah. Thank You, Jesus.

Pastor Ray…

Hallelujah!  Lord, the heathen peoples, those outside of a covenant with You, have throng tumultuously together.  They’ve plotted a vain and empty thing against You, Lord.  And against Your anointed.  But You, Lord!  You, Lord, have said that the plans and plots of the wicked shall come to nothing!  Hallelujah!  And we believe Your Word, Lord.  So, we don’t fear them.  But by Your power and anointing, they are bread for us, and shadow of protection has departed from them, but You our God are with us, and we are well able to go up and take the Promised Land.  Hallelujah! What You’ve just destined for Your blessing.

You, Lord, have covered our heads in the day of battle and You do not, will not grant the desires of the wicked. You, Lord, allow the evil of their own lips to cover them. And You do not allow a slanderer to be established in the earth. Our eyes are upon You, Lord, oh God, the Lord. And in You we take refuge. You keep us from the snares they have laid for us. And from the traps of the workers of iniquity. You let the wicked fall into their own nets, while Your people escape safely. You set a guard, oh Lord, over our mouths and you keep us from practicing wicked works with men who work iniquity. We refuse to eat of their so-called delicacies or to take part in their counsel. We learn Your ways, Lord. We learn Your ways, Father God. We chose Your thoughts. We know they’re much higher than ours. For Your ways are higher than our ways. Your thoughts are higher than our thoughts. We chose your wisdom and we chose Your words. For the so-called wisdom of this world is vanishing away and coming to nothing. But the Word of our God will stand forever.

We do not walk in the counsel of the ungodly. Nor, do we stand in the way of sinners. Nor do we sit in the seat of mockers. We delight ourselves in You, Lord. In Your Word, Father, and in Your laws, we do meditate day and night. For You, Father watch over the way of the godly, but the way of the wicked will vanish and still come to nothing.

Righteous Father, the foolish things that You’ve chosen are wiser than the wisest wisdom of this world.  And the weak things that You’ve chosen are stronger than the strongest things of this world. Your gentle two-edged tongue of truth will break a bone. You break the shields of the wicked, and You cause the wars they incite to cease. Your Word, Oh Lord, is settled forever, and ever, and ever, and ever in the heavens. There’s none who can deliver out of Your hand, Lord.  For You will work and You will reverse it.

So, Lord, we decided and decree the things You’ve declared in Your Word. And those things, they’re the things that will be established for us. Your light will shine upon our pathway. We do not fret. We do not fret because of evil doers, Lord. And we are not envious of the workers of iniquity, but we trust in You, Lord, and do good. We dwell in the land and we feed on Your faithfulness. The wicked may have drawn their bows to slay those of upright conduct, but their swords shall enter their own hearts and their bows shall be broken. For the arms of the wicked shall be broken, but You, Lord, uphold the righteous.

The transgressors shall be destroyed forever and if the future of the wicked, it shall be cut off. But our salvation comes from You, Lord. And You are our strength in times of trouble. And when there’s not trouble, You’re still our strength. Hallelujah!

We’re going from one degree of glory to another degree of glory, to another degree of glory, marching ahead. We’re not, we’re not laying down. We’re rising up. Rising up higher than we’ve been before.  Calling those things better than we ever called them before. Declaring it, speaking it forth, and receiving it, day after day, after day. Hallelujah! Thank You, Father.

I don’t know, I just feel, I sense, I just keep sensing a greater call for waiting. For just waiting, knowing that these things shall come, and are coming, but just are resting in a waiting in the Lord. And knowing for sure it’s, you know, it’s not our strength, of course. It’s not so much our ways. But it’s Your strength, and Your ways, and Your plans, Lord. We do, we just humble ourselves this morning. Seems like a new step or something, different time than maybe last week. And I know every day is different. I know we’re moving ahead. We’re not moving back. But we rest in You, as children of Yours, as we stay on the offense. Keeping pressing, keep declaring, keep believing, keep receiving. Hallelujah.

You’re so good, Lord.  All day, all the time, You’re good. Your mercies are new today, every day.  We trust in You. We rely upon You. We just rest in this place. Rest in You. Your grace, Your mercy, Your goodness, Your compassion, Your unchanging words. Thank You, father. Thank You… Holy Spirit… Maybe we should welcome the presence. Annie… Let’s do that…

Ms. Annie led us singing Holy Spirit You are Welcome Here

Pastor Ray…

It’s what we want, it’s what we need. Your presence, Lord. And I know we see better in your presence.  We hear more clearly in Your presence. Your presence, Lord. Absolute manifestation of Your presence, will be filled to overflowing. Which will keep us filled so we can keep going. Which will direct us in, hallelujah! Thank You, Lord. You’re directing us. You’re showing us. You’re completing things. You’re revealing things. Uncovering things, opening things, restoring things, Hallelujah… Hallelujah, Lord…

Restoration!  Be restored in Jesus’ name. Be restored in Jesus’ name. There’s healing in the name. There’s freedom in the name. All authority’s in the name. All power is in that name. Jesus is the name.

We’re not staying the same, in Jesus’ name. Nothing is staying the same, in Jesus’ name. We are not the same. We are changed, changed, changed in Jesus’ name.

The following confession is by Kenneth Hagin from 1975:

We are kings for Jesus made us the same. We will not groan and complain. No, we’ll speak of faith, of his greatness and glory, and power. Yea, we’ll not walk in defeat from this very hour. Hallelujah!  Let’s do that again. We are kings for Jesus, made us the same. We will not groan and complain, but we’ll speak of faith, of his greatness and glory, and power. Yea, we’ll not walk in defeat from this very hour. Failure and disease and sickness, too, no longer a part of us, shall be. But healing and victory and glory and grace belong to us. Hallelujah!

Because we stand in His presence and His glorious face, will run the race and not be afraid. Yea fear and doubt are a thing of the past. Joy and Love now fill us, at last. Hallelujah! Joy and Love! So, we walk in victory, full of His grace, the righteousness of God and we become a new race! Ha! ha!

We’re not dominated by Satan, or death, or poverty, or disease, or sickness, or defeat. But we walk on the top of every enemy. For in Him, we are complete. Kings to reign and rule, to dominate, and walk in life, way up above all this world and strife.

Don’t you like how it rhymes? It’s a psalm, really.

The name of Jesus has given us a new song. We’ll sing of his power and his might and His grace. Yea!  We’ll rejoice and be glad in every hour. And though Satan comes with tests and trials, and though momentarily the sun seems darkened and the winds of adversity blow, yet I know and am determined to show that in Him we rule and reign and dominate.

So, we’ll speak to the clouds, away you go! We’ll speak to the darkness, go! You must dissipate and disappear, Now! We’ll speak to the sun and say, “Shine on sun!” And the son of God will shine through us! And His light will drive away the darkness and His life shall be made real and full in us for you see, we are Kings!

Shall we have a Selah on that? We’re kings!  Hallelujah!

And Kings rule and dominate! Their word is full of truth and majesty. And when their word is spoken, then all will obey. So, we’ll use our dominion and power, not only in our own life, but to bless humanity and release those around us.

And so, it shall be said, the kings are come to rule, and to reign in this domain.

Where’s that?  Right here, right now, on this earth, at this time and in this hour.

So, let it be known, and shout with a voice that is loud and clear. We are what He says and we can do what He says we can do. We will not accept a substitute for it all. ALL belongs to us!  Hallelujah!

Pastor Ray…

Hallelujah!  We receive it, Lord.  Today on behalf of others in every way!  Hallelujah!  (Into tongues)

Hallelujah, Lord! All praise, all of the glory, all of the honor, all of the worship goes unto You! You’re worthy! You’re worthy! So worthy are You, Lord!  Hallelujah!

So, we’ll go on, and on, and on, and we’ll say, (tongues)… This is the way it shall be… There’s so much more at stake, and we shall see the unfolding of the glory in these days!

Deposits! Deposits being brought forth and loosed in these days!

We’re not gonna shut up. We will not be shut in!  We’re walking in glory, and we shall declare it! Again, and again, and again, and again. We’re walking in victory, and calling those things forth, even yet to be seen. We see them and we seize them, and we receive them by faith. We command things today to line up to Heaven’s way! We declare this day heaven’s plans on this earth to be seen, to be observed, and to be walked in… Hallelujah, Lord!

Hallelujah, we’ll take our places and keep moving. Even in the natural, it looks like that will never work or never happen but in the realm of the Spirit, we shall stay! And letting go of the past and stepping into the new. Hallelujah.

Ms. Annie led us singing about the new

♪ It’s a new day, in Jesus. Cause He says behold, I make all things new. And if any man be in Me, be in Christ, he is new, a new creation by the blood of the Son… And every day is new… It’s new in Jesus… New steps to be walked out in His plan… New ways, ways He has planned…  New thoughts conforming to His thoughts… And working out through His people… New blessings everyday… Working out through His people… New words for us to say… It’s a new day, new day, new way, new way in Jesus, everyday.

So give us ears to hear You, Lord. We want to hear each Word You say… Give us eyes to see your glory… We want to see as you see… Give us hearts that beat with your heart, Oh God… It’s a new day, every day… Seated with you … Living in the new… ♪

Scripture focus…

(1) Bless (affectionately, gratefully praise) the Lord, O my soul; and all that is [deepest] within me, bless His holy name!

(2) Bless (affectionately, gratefully praise) the Lord, O my soul, and forget not [one of] all His benefits—

(3) Who forgives [every one of] all your iniquities, Who heals [each one of] all your diseases,

(4) Who redeems your life from the pit and corruption, Who beautifies, dignifies, and crowns you with loving-kindness and tender mercy;

(5) Who satisfies your mouth [your necessity and desire at your personal age and situation] with good so that your youth, renewed, is like the eagle’s [strong, overcoming, soaring]!

Pastor Ray…

That’s us.  Today, we’re strong in Him. We’re overcoming in Him. We’re soaring through Him, above, and not beneath. Not beneath, down below, looking up, not always looking down, or looking back, but seeing, watching and declaring ahead. This is the way it’ll be. We’ll stay on the attack. We’ll not quit, we’ll not give in, we’ll not give up, and then we will, what?  Hallelujah!

Hallelujah! Glory to God! Thank you so much this morning for Tuesday morning here, gathering together with us, joining up with us. We’re all in agreement. Things are not staying the same but changing. Things are turning around. There’s restoration. Fullness, wellness, completeness. Hallelujah! Amen! In You, Lord. So, we’ll keep our eyes looking up. Calling those things forth and they shall come forth – in Jesus’ name. Thank you so much. God bless you. We’ll see you tomorrow.

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