Prayer Summary for November 26

Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, we will not having morning prayer on Thursday and Friday this week. We will resume on Monday, December 1. Happy Thanksgiving!


Thank You, Father, that You made a way for us to access the Blood
Washed continually, healed, and whole!
More than enough power to do what we are called to do
Thank You, Father, for an increase in signs and supernatural events in Jesus’ name
In faith and by faith we come before You covered in the blood
Cleansed from our past – this is a new and holy day!
Thank You, Jesus, for going all the way to the cross; for the shedding of Your precious blood
We continually overcome by Your blood


Today we took communion and Pastor Ray anointed those who came up with oil according to James chapter five.

Scripture Reference…

(23) For I received from the Lord Himself that which I passed on to you [it was given to me personally], that the Lord Jesus on the night when He was treacherously delivered up and while His betrayal was in progress took bread, (24) And when He had given thanks, He broke [it] and said, Take, eat. This is My body, which is broken for you. Do this to call Me [affectionately] to remembrance. (25) Similarly when supper was ended, He took the cup also, saying, This cup is the new covenant [ratified and established] in My blood. Do this, as often as you drink [it], to call Me [affectionately] to remembrance. (26) For every time you eat this bread and drink this cup, you are representing and signifying and proclaiming the fact of the Lord’s death until He comes [again]. 1 Corinthians 11:23-26 (AMP)

(13) Is anyone among you afflicted (ill-treated, suffering evil)? He should pray. Is anyone glad at heart? He should sing praise [to God]. (14) Is anyone among you sick? He should call in the church elders (the spiritual guides). And they should pray over him, anointing him with oil in the Lord’s name. (15) And the prayer [that is] of faith will save him who is sick, and the Lord will restore him; and if he has committed sins, he will be forgiven. Dynamic in its working. (16) Confess to one another therefore your faults (your slips, your false steps, your offenses, your sins) and pray [also] for one another, that you may be healed and restored [to a spiritual tone of mind and heart]. The earnest (heartfelt, continued) prayer of a righteous man makes tremendous power available [dynamic in its working]. James 5:13-16 (AMP)

Continued Praying…

Thank You, Father, that as we receive the anointing oil we remember what the Word says concerning us
Remembering that we are healed and cleansed
There is such freedom in Your Word!
Thank You, Lord, for Your presence today
We pray for unity within the body of Christ – no matter what denomination, ministry, or flow
A body compacted and brought together through Your blood
Thank You for enabling us to do every day what you have called us to do


The following was spoken by Bishop Keith Butler at Living Word Christian Center:

“God put us here for other people. When our act is together, we’ll become someone that God can direct in prayer. Power, power, power! When the power of the Holy Ghost gets in a city, or a family, or in leaders, or in ministers, something is going to happen. Prayer changes things!”

Continued Praying…

Thank You, Father, that You placed us on earth to bring change in the lives of other people
Declaring change to our families this Thanksgiving
To our cities, in our leaders, and in our ministers—to all those we come in contact with in Jesus’ name
We ask that You would give us words to speak to others that bring healing and restoration
Partaking of the rivers of living water—You working through us
We receive increase in the financial realm in Jesus’ name
Change is all around us—we expect it and believe to walk in it
Thank You, Father, for the continual infilling and overflowing of Your very presence—ministering to the needs of those around us!
We say “FILL US UP, LORD!”
More of Your presence and more of Your strength!
We give You all the honor and all the praise this day in Jesus’ name

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