Prayer Summary for September 30

Scripture focus…

23 “By faith Moses, after his birth, was hidden for three months by his parents, because they saw he was a beautiful and divinely favored child; and they were not afraid of the king’s (Pharaoh’s) decree. 24 By faith Moses, when he had grown up, refused to be called the son of Pharaoh’s daughter, 25 because he preferred to endure the hardship of the people of God rather than to enjoy the passing pleasures of sin. 26 He considered the reproach of the Christ [that is, the rebuke he would suffer for his faithful obedience to God] to be greater wealth than all the treasures of Egypt; for he looked ahead to the reward [promised by God]. 27 By faith he left Egypt, being unafraid of the wrath of the king; for he endured [steadfastly], as seeing Him who is unseen. 28 By faith he kept the Passover and the sprinkling of the blood [on the doorposts], so that the destroyer of the firstborn would not touch them (the firstborn of Israel).” Hebrews 11:23–27 (Amp.)

The following commentary by F. F. Bosworth commentary was taken from The Master’s Healing Bible:

We read in Hebrews 11:23–27 that Moses endured, as [by] seeing him who is invisible.” As far as the optic nerve is concerned, “faith is the evidence of things not seen.” But as far as the enlightened “eyes of our understanding” are concerned, faith is the evidence of things seen. Walking by faith is walking by sight of a better kind.

We are to spend our lives looking at far better things than can be seen with the optic nerve. We see with the eye of faith the glorious things that are invisible to the natural eye. After all, it is the mind and not the optic nerve that sees. You cannot see your money in the bank except with your mind. When you draw a check, it is by faith in what you see, not with your eyes, but with your mind.

Faith is the most rational thing in the world, because it is based on the greatest of facts and realities. It sees God; it sees Calvary where disease and sin were canceled. It sees the promises of God and His faithfulness. These are more certain than the foundations of a mountain. Faith sees the health and strength given on the cross as already belonging to us. It receives the words: “Himself took our infirmities, and bare our sicknesses,” and then acts accordingly. Faith refuses to see anything but God and what He says.

Jesus tells us that He came “that they which see not [with the natural eye] of might see” with the eye faith. Walking by this better kind of sight is the happiest life possible on earth because of the superiority of what we are constantly beholding: the best things: joy-producing realities. Supernatural joy is always the result of using our better pair of eyes.

It is important to see that real faith is occupied with God’s power and mercy, not with human weakness. God invites us to take hold of His strength. He says: “To them that have no might he increaseth strength He a so says: “Let the weak say, I am strong.” It is as we obey Him, believing on the authority of His word, that we have His strength. Even when we feel weak, His “strength is made perfect in [our] weakness.” We must believe what God says in spite of how we feel.

Annie shared…

Our Father captures our heart with one glance. There is a connection between what we see and our heart. When He looks upon us with His mercy then our hearts look back at Him with faith.

When we sing sometimes others may not be so appreciative of it but He is. He has a way of receiving it there in a different way. It’s supernatural. In the same way that we love the our children’s scribbly drawings and mount them on our refrigerators proudly, He receives our gifts. We treasure them because they were offered in love. Our Father looks on our offerings of praise to Him in the same way. He says My child made that for Me – He is so proud of us because we are His own.

We are bound in His book forever. He reached into time and washed us in His blood and put us in His book forever.

Pastor Ray shared…

In 1996 I was at a meeting in Canada. The music began and people got up and started marching like a ribbon through the sanctuary. Almost like a flowing river. I saw this in my spirit, a line a people with all kinds of debris and the blood was cleansing them. Everything was changed including their clothes. They were washed and cleansed white as snow. They entered in one way and exited another, washed in the blood.

The blood is working for us in healing, finances, and in whatever area of need. We believe through the blood that we are free from every past circumstance. Able to walk in victory—healed, whole, and cleansed because He is so faithful. He sent His son all the way to the cross for us.

These things may seem mysterious but we simply take them by faith. Seeing into the future like Abraham did; seeing them right by the precious Holy blood.

Annie led in singing about the blood…


Watching out ahead as we pray in tongues
Preparing the steps to be walked out
Seeing the blood working for you and me as we look forward
Claiming the ways and plans You have prepared for us Father—rolling away all the care
Declaring the power that is in the blood
Father, certain things must leave—leave now in Jesus’ name!
We speak, claim, believe, and confess it!
Lining it up today
Contending by the name of Jesus!
Master, Savior, Way-maker, Provider, Healer!
That way has been made!
By faith we see it, knowing it will come to pass
Cooperating with it, contending for more
Calling those things that be not as though they were—now is the time!
No doubt! Doubt has to get out!
Fear—GO! In Jesus’ name!
There is activity and contending authority in the blood
Estates, money—we see transfers today by faith
It’s been preplanned for you and me so saddle up, we are going to move faster!
Greater momentum!
Systems, manifestations, big changes
A lot of resources of every kind!
We receive it, Father—it’s been laid up but it’s being loosed up now
Taking hold of it by faith
We seek You, Lord—in seeking after You, we find more of You
Speaking by love
Signing the contracts and entering into the flow
My trunk is full, my backseat is full, my bank is overflowing
Thank You, Father, for heavens ways and days here on earth
Yes Lord! Yes Lord!

Pastor Ray shared…

We are saying “Yes Lord!” today to things we don’t even know in the future. In the future, we may want to say “no” but we have already said “yes” today. So, we only say no the Devil. No to every operation in which he has come against us and the Church. We are praying out there in the future. There is no distance or time in the spirit and it is a continual flow. When you say “yes” today it clears out a path for the future. But when you get there, don’t say “I don’t know if I can do that.” You have already said “yes” to what He already preplanned for you to do and you have been cleansed by the blood—provided for and always will.

For the call will not fade or go away for it has already been sent your way. So by faith, by the eyes of our spirit we say “Yes lord!” We are saying yes to the call. We are anointed as children of the King. Isn’t that right? Yes, we can’t lose!

Continued praying…

Thank You, Father, that through Your Spirit, we can say “Yes” ahead of time
Yes to Your will and way
Thank You for Your goodness and mercy in Jesus’ name, Amen

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