Prayer Summary for December 1


God with us in and working through us
Magnifying Your name today.

Word of the Lord came forth…

A lot of the time, I see the cross here in the Chapel with the big frame around it. I close my eyes and see myself going through there like a door into the Spirit so to speak, into the new. And when Mary started singing in other tongues I heard this in my spirit “Proceed on in and go through into the new. I have called you. I have made a way for you. I have opened up windows. I have opened up doors. Proceed on in and go in into the new. I have opened up windows and doors. It’s time for you to rise up, to take steps (ha, ha, ha). Take a new look, take another position for I am with you. And I have called you and I have anointed you and I have given you steps, words, places to walk into what will be new for you. It’s not going to always be the same old way. The same old way is status quo but in Me and through Me you have been called to go. So go FORTH, My children! And step into more of Me in you and coming through you. Hallelujah.

So, things are not looking down, things are not looking bad, but things are looking up. And it’s for the Church to be glad. No matter what, no matter when, no matter who our God and Father has equipped each one of us by the power of His Spirit to contend and continue on into… in a way I could say it this morning, like before, just step over and step into it. Believe the Father to do what the Father said He would do. Hallelujah, glory to God!

The following excerpt was taken from The Weapon of Prayer by E.M. Bounds:

People are also to pray “without … doubting” (1 Tim. 2:8). The Revised Version puts it, “without …disputing.” “Praying people must have faith in God and belief in God’s Word without question. There must be no doubting or disputing in the mind. There must be no opinions, no hesitancy, no questioning, no reasoning, no intellectual quibbling, no rebellion, but a strict, steadfast loyalty of spirit to God, a life of loyalty in heart and intellect to God’s Word.

God is closely related to people who have a living, transforming faith in Jesus Christ. These are God’s children. A father loves his children, supplies their needs, hears their cries, and answers their requests. A child believes his father, loves him, trusts in him, and asks him for what he needs, believing without doubting that his father will hear his requests. God answers the prayers of His children. Their troubles concern Him, and their prayers awaken Him. Their voices are sweet to Him. He loves to hear them pray, and He is never happier than to answer their prayers.

Prayer is intended for God’s ear. It is not people but God who hears and answers prayer. Prayer covers the whole range of human need. Hence, “in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God” (Phil. 4:6). Prayer includes the entire range of God’s ability. “Is anything too hard for the LORD?” (Gen. 18:14). Prayer does not apply to one favored segment of man’s need, but it reaches to and embraces the entire circle of his needs, simply because God is the God of the whole man. God has pledged Himself to supply the needs of the whole man: physical, intellectual, and spiritual. “But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus” (Phil. 4:19). Prayer is the child of grace, and grace is for the whole man and for every one of the children of men.

Continued praying…

We speak to the world to be still and calm down
Faithful to confess what Father God has said about us
We have overcome and always overcome by the precious blood of the Lamb
You, Father, have met all of our needs now and into the future according to His riches by Christ Jesus
And it shall come to pass!
Confessing there will be a minimum of 10,000 toys to give this year from this ministry!
Declaring church buildings paid off in Jesus’ name
Every need is met in ministries all across the face of the earth
Abundance today in Jesus’ name
Where things have been blocked, we say be loosed!
More than what was lost shall be recovered—days of increase
New doors, open windows, different atmospheres
We are above and not beneath—taking new steps by faith
These are days of increase, increase, increase—more and more and more
We as children of the King have been given the authority to declare it!
There is a breakthrough coming, a mighty rushing
Thank You, Father, for guiding us, lifting us, and strengthening us

Pastor Ray shared…

I just heard the Spirit of the Lord say “You have turned a corner.” Just like that. A sudden change of events, a sudden turnaround or a paradigm shift… Let’s all say it together “I have turned a corner.”

Sometimes we have made mistakes in the past and turned the wrong way at the corner. We come to a T and should have turned right or left but the Spirit of God is saying today, “You have turned a corner.” Maybe you have a sense of it. Maybe you have seen a little shift but the Spirit is saying “You’ve turned a corner and things are getting better and they will get better and keep moving to the better side when in Him we hide (ha, ha, ha). So we take our place this morning in His grace by His power but we hide ourselves in Him. Isn’t that right? Hallelujah.

Continued praying…

Father, we thank You so much for Your precious Holy Word
Purposing in our hearts when You speak, we will say it
Bringing forth a supply of Your precious Holy Spirit like never before
Every day is a new day and a new opportunity to walk in a more heavenly way
Thank You, for every opportunity You give us

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