Prayer Summary for July 20

We worship and magnify Your name, Lord
There is no other name, but the name of Jesus!
Giving You all the glory, honor, and praise today, Father
Thank You for the precious blood that was shed on the cross for us
Your Word is still the same yesterday, today, and forevermore
We are overcomers in, by, and through that precious blood of Jesus
You are so faithful and so worthy to be praised!
Thank You that we can walk in victory!
Holy Spirit, we welcome You in this place today
Your anointing is residing on the inside of each and every one of us
Father, You are making a way where there seems to be no other way
In and through the name of Jesus, You have called us to be overcomers
We magnify Your name, Lord
The following article is taken from Herald of His Coming Publications:
Wake Up, O Church of God!
An Easy-Going Church Produces an Unbelieving World
Because of ease in Zion, spiritual desolation is in the world. When the people of God cease to be aggressive in their work and witness for God, the church drifts into formalism, and the world drifts into infidelity. An easygoing, formal church has always produced an unbelieving world!
How emphatic are the Lord’s commands to be instant in season and out of season (2 Tim. 4:2)…to put on the whole armor of God…to be strong in the Lord …to wrestle…to gird our loins…to quench the fiery darts of the enemy…praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints (Eph. 6:10–18).
Forsake Your Lukewarm Ways
“To every man his work” (Mark 13:34). “Preach the gospel to every creature” (Mark 16:15). If you and I are guilty of disobeying these commands of our Lord to intensity and to diligence and fruitfulness in the work of the Gospel, cannot we humble ourselves and go to Him in contrition of heart and confess our spiritual lukewarmness—and PRAY for grace to forsake the lukewarmness of our way?
If we cover or excuse or justify our sins of lukewarmness, or any sin, we shall not prosper (Prov. 28:13; 1 John 1:9).
But if we humble ourselves under the mighty hand of God and confess we have not sought first the kingdom of God and His righteousness—but have been half-hearted and lukewarm to every claim of God to time and strength in the urgency of the spiritual conflict of this hour—we will find grace and mercy to help in time of need (Matt. 6:33; Jer. 29:13; Heb. 4:14–16).
It is the last half-hour. To gather in the precious fruits of the earth before the gathering storm of God’s judgment—wrath, requires heroic effort and great self-sacrifices!
Witness the stir and activity on the ranch in the harvesting of the grain. Early morning rising, sweat and toil in the heat of the day. As in the natural, so in the spiritual. The deepest evangelical need in this harvest time of the Church Age is for unlimited going and giving in the Savior’s name.
Bare your very soul to the searchlight of God’s Truth. Ask yourself, as are we, if you are doing your utmost to sacrifice and suffer for Christ and for the Gospel.
God is asking for “living sacrifices,” not as our unreasonable service, but reasonable. His Word is plain. With ALL our heart, with ALL our soul, with ALL our might, and ALL our understanding, He seeks to enlist us in His great work NOW at the end of the Age—in getting the Gospel to every creature (Rom. 12:1; Matt. 22:36–39).
Let us earnestly pray, “Lord, if I am excusing myself instead of offering myself as a living sacrifice; if I am failing You, Lord, in the least way; Lord, if I am coming short, deal with me. Bend me, break me, stay not Your hand—until I am emptied of self and sin and filled with all the fullness of God!”
The Lord has commanded us to redeem the time for the days are evil (Eph. 5:16). He has commanded us to OCCUPY till He comes (Luke 19:13). When we stand before the blazing light of Christ’s judgment seat to give an account of how we have redeemed our time, our strength, our money and our talents—in seeking first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, may it be said of us, “Well done, thou good and faithful servant…enter thou into the joy of thy Lord” (Matt. 25:21).
Continued Praying…
Jesus, we worship and magnify that wonderful name
We exalt and lift up the precious name of Jesus!
Worthy, worthy are You, Lord
Thank You for the sacrifice that was made on the cross
The reason that we live, Father, is to worship You and You alone
We want to finish the race You have set before us
Let the Church of the living God be about the Father’s business
Keeping our eyes fixed and focused on You, Lord
No, we will not be moved by what we see, but only by Your Word
Praying for the advancement of the Gospel today, Lord
Lifting up each and every member to stand up and take their place of authority in You
Give us wisdom and revelation of and by Your Spirit, O God
Supernatural connections are being made today!
Calling for Your will to be done, Father
Increasing and advancing from one degree of glory to another
Apart from You, we can do nothing
We put all of our hope and trust in You!
Yielding to Your will and purpose for our lives, Lord God
Asking for more of a revelation of Your love for us, Father
Bowing down before You this day
Your arm is not too short to perform those things You said in Your Word
Calling for growth and maturity in the body of Christ
No, we will not be anxious but we call for the peace of God that transcends all understanding
Casting down all doubt in Jesus’ name!
Your Word will not return to You void, but Your Word brings life, healing, and restoration!
Thank You for supernatural changes; eyes, ears and hearts are changing!
We eat from the bread of life, Father
Nothing missing and nothing broken in the Church, that is Your body!
Peace, soundness, wholeness, and tranquility of every kind!
Assurance of and by Your Spirit, O God
The peace of God garrisons about our minds and our hearts
No, we will not get caught up in that Father, but we will get caught up in You
Thank You for greater revelation of Your will and plan for our lives
That every member of the body of Christ would actively participate in all that You have called them to do
Fully functioning and fully operating in Your Spirit, Lord God
Calling for the distinguishing marks to be visible for all man to see
Strengthen each and every one of us!
We will contend all the way through to the end
Praying without ceasing!
You, Father are the author and the finisher of our faith!
Giving You all the glory, honor, and praise today!
Glory to the Lamb of God!
A Word of the Lord came forth:
To rise up, to stand up, to stand together arm and arm, locked together for every man, every woman and every child matters to Me, saith the Lord. Every life, every man, every woman, and every child matters to me. I am calling My Church and lifting it up today. To rise up in power and go My way, to be strengthened from heaven, that same power that raised My Son up, that power is raising up the Church in this holy, God-given hour.
So what has He called me to do? What has He called you to do? He has called us to stand up in this hour. Maybe on the outside, it looks like we are standing up, but inside there are some things that are not standing up. Tet them out of there, and let go of every last one of them. And rise up and stand strong inside and outside. I have called my Church to be a holy bride.
It’s amazing, it’s supernatural, and it’s a contending power that is rising up in this Church in these hours. Yeah, it is that last half hour, so rise up in power, rise up in My grace, rise up in My anointing that is inside you in these hours and call the things that are not as though they were and clear some territories out and clean some things up and see the Church manifest Me across the face of the earth.

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