Prayer Summary for September 25

Scriptural focus…

“But stripped Himself [of all privileges and rightful dignity], so as to assume the guise of a servant (slave), in that He became like men and was born a human being. 8) And after He had appeared in human form, He abased and humbled Himself [still further] and carried His obedience to the extreme of death, even the death of the cross! 9) Therefore [because He stooped so low] God has highly exalted Him and has freely bestowed on Him the name that is above every name, 10) That in (at) the name of Jesus every knee should (must) bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, 11) And every tongue [frankly and openly] confess and acknowledge that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father. 12) Therefore, my dear ones, as you have always obeyed [my suggestions], so now, not only [with the enthusiasm you would show] in my presence but much more because I am absent, work out (cultivate, carry out to the goal, and fully complete) your own salvation with reverence and awe and trembling (self-distrust, with serious caution, tenderness of conscience, watchfulness against temptation, timidly shrinking from whatever might offend God and discredit the name of Christ). 13) [Not in your own strength] for it is God Who is all the while effectually at work in you [energizing and creating in you the power and desire], both to will and to work for His good pleasure and satisfaction and delight. … 15) That you may show yourselves to be blameless and guileless, innocent and uncontaminated, children of God without blemish (faultless, unrebukable) in the midst of a crooked and wicked generation [spiritually perverted and perverse], among whom you are seen as bright lights (stars or beacons shining out clearly) in the [dark] world, 16) Holding out [to it] and offering [to all men] the Word of Life, so that in the day of Christ I may have something of which exultantly to rejoice and glory in that I did not run my race in vain or spend my labor to no purpose.” (Phil. 2:7–16 Amp.)

The following excerpt is taken from the book entitled, The Name of Jesus by Kenneth E. Hagin:

E.W. Kenyon began his book The Wonderful Name of Jesus with this personal account:

One afternoon, while giving an address on “The Name of Jesus” a lawyer interrupted me, asking: “Do you mean to say that Jesus gave us the Power of Attorney, the legal right to use His Name?” I said to him, “Brother, you are a lawyer and I am a layman. Tell me—did Jesus give us the Power of Attorney?” He said, “If language means anything, then Jesus gave to the Church the Power of Attorney.” Then I asked him, “What is the value of this Power of Attorney?” He answered, “It depends upon how much there is back of it, how much authority, how much power this Name represents.” Then I began the search to find how much power and authority Jesus had.

All the power and all the authority that Jesus had is invested in His Name! The question is: Do we have the power of attorney to use His Name? The Word of God teaches that we do. Jesus said we could use His Name in prayer. He said we could use His Name in dealing with demons. He said we could us His Name in ministering healing.

In fact, that’s where the secret lies—in the use of that Name! We have depended, too much of the time, on our own ability to deliver someone—when in reality, it is the Name that does it.

Kenyon wrote:

The measure of His ability [the measure of the ability of the Lord Jesus Christ] is the measure of the value of that Name, and all that is invested in that Name belongs to us, for Jesus gave us the unqualified use of His Name.

The Resources of Jesus

E.W. Kenyon makes these powerful statements, and then issues a thrilling challenge to the Church:

When Jesus gave us the legal right to use this Name, the Father knew all that that Name would imply when breathed in prayer by oppressed souls, and it is His joy to recognize that Name.

So the possibilities enfolded in that Name are beyond our understanding, and when He says to the Church, “Whatsoever ye shall ask of the Father in My Name,” He is giving us a signed check on the resources of heaven and asking us to fill it in.

It would pay the Church to begin an exhaustive study of the resources of Jesus in order to get a measurement of the wealth that Name holds for her today.

Christians are where they are in life because they have written their own ticket, or their own check, so to speak, to arrive there. Most have written small checks because they had a small vision of Jesus and that Name.

A few times, when it was necessary, I have signed my name on a check and let somebody else fill it in. Of course, I did instruct them as to how to fill it in. I did not want them writing in just anything. But what Jesus has done is this: He has signed a check and turned it over to us.

Too many people have filled it in for one dollar—thinking they were being humble—when they ought to have filled it in for one hundred thousand dollars. Therefore, they have lived on a low level of life. Jesus has given pastors of local congregations, for instance, this check, saying, “You just fill it in.” So they filled it in for a few dollars, and for 25 years they’ve been located in a rundown building, which brings disgrace to the Name of Jesus. Is that all His Name could provide?

In individual lives, the same thing is true. Many born-again, Spirit-filled Christians live on a low level of life, overcome by the devil. In fact, they talk more about the devil than anything else. Every time they give a hard-luck story, they’re bragging on the devil. Every time they talk about how sick they are, they’re bragging on the devil. (He is the author of sickness and disease—not God.) Every time they say, “It doesn’t look like we’re going to make it,” they are bragging on the devil.

No, let’s talk about Jesus! Let’s talk about the Name of Jesus! He gave us, individually, a signed check, saying, “Fill it in.” He gave us a signed check on the resources of Heaven. It would change our lives to make an exhaustive study of the resources of Jesus in order to get a measurement of the wealth that Name holds for the Church and for every believer today. If we have a low estimation and a low respect for the Name, we will not expect much, because we do not know what belongs to us.

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We declare situations that are holding back the move of God for the Church, we break that hold in Jesus’ name
We put all our faith, trust, and hope in the name that is above every other name—Jesus
Mistakes made are being restored whole and through the name of Jesus
We’ll not be pushed to go in the wrong way or with the wrong plan
That name makes a way where there is no way
The best is yet to come—the greater
The Church must take her place in prayer
Entering into a new positions and territories
We declare these “ways” to be prepared for the weeks, months, and years that are to come
Eyes and hears to know what is happening on the earth today
We’ll not take a care, no worry from the enemy
The Church will jump into the deeper waters, being filled up with the power of the Holy Spirit

Prayed for those in positions of authority in the body of Christ…

We apply the blood over their eyes, ears, hands, feet
The blood keeps the destroyer back
In Jesus’ name, no lies, no deceiving spirits, no catastrophes or calamities shall gainsay that blood
Give them supernatural insight now to negotiate and navigate
We open doors to be opened up in the name of Jesus
Remove hindrances from their lives
We speak to religious traditions and stubborn ideas that have prevented the anointing from flowing
All things are possible in the name of Jesus
Strengthen and encourage those leaders to press on
We speak to those chains to be broken
Arise to the glory of God and His light
We declare stability, a supernatural strengthening for those leaders
Leaders, receive it by faith

Prophetic word for minister…

Someone who has been in ministry a little over 20 years, I’m sensing they’re feeling like it is not functioning right anymore. I don’t know who it is or what the problems are but in Jesus’ name, we come up and alongside you with the name of Jesus that is above every other name. We agree with you. It is not over. We declare over you this morning, “It’s not done. You’re not done. It is not over and He’s not done.” So get yourself up, look up from where all of your help comes from. Jesus is the way maker. We take authority over the hindrances, over whatever that might have been working against you, continually working and working against you… it’s like a war of attrition against the plan and the purpose that God has called you to. But in Jesus’ name, we set ourselves in perfect harmony and agreement with you and say, “You are going through and up and over, for this is the hour and the day for a breakthrough for you.” We agree as touching the situation in Jesus’ name. Now receive it by faith. Just take hold of it by faith.

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