Morning Prayer Summary for Monday, June 21, 2021


Hallelujah, thank You, Father
We praise You, bless the Lord oh my soul
You forgive all of our sins, and You remember not our inequities
Yes, You are healing us from all sickness and disease
He was wounded for our transgression and bruised for our inequities
Thank You for the peace that surpasses all understanding
By the stripes of Jesus, we are healed!
You have given us all things to enjoy
He has commanded His angels concerning us and is guiding us in the way we should go
I will bless the Lord at all times and His praises shall be in my mouth
There is healing in the house of the Lord, there is provision in the house of the Lord
Thank You for wisdom and direction in these last days
God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power, love, and of a sound mind
We will seek Your face, Father!
Strengthen us by Your Spirit in our inner man
Yes, we are grounded, rooted, and established in Your Love, Lord
Thank You for the Holy Ghost that is leading and guiding us today
Holy Spirit, we wait on You
You sent Your Word, and You are the Lord the God that heals us
Praying for healing of the heart, mind, and back
Back, brain, and bones be healed in the name of Jesus
Headaches be gone, eyes be opened
Holy Spirit, You are so great, and we thank You for the miracles that are happening
You are so great and greatly to be praised
Thank You for Your presence, Your presence heals!
In that presence is the fullness of joy, the strength of our lives
Father, thank You that You have called us to be seated with You in heavenly places
You have prepared a way for us, Father
Thank You for Your presence, for in Your presence everything is pure, lovely, and true
Father, You paid the price for us, so we can receive


The following excerpt is taken from The Power of the Blood of Jesus by Andrew Murray:

What God Has Prepared for Us
The Holiest

“Having therefore boldness to enter into ‘the holies’ let us draw near.”

To bring us into the Holiest is the end of the redemptive work of Jesus, and he who does not know what the holiest is, cannot enjoy the full benefit of redemption.

What is this holiest?” It is just the place where God dwells: the holiest, the dwelling place of the Most High. This does not refer only to heaven, but to the spiritual holiest place of God’s presence.

Under the Old Covenant, there was a material sanctuary (Hebrews 8:2, 9:1), the dwelling place of God, in which the priests dwelt in God’s presence and served Him. Under the New Covenant, there is the true spiritual tabernacle, not confined to any place; the holiest is where God reveals Himself (John 4:23-25).

What a glorious privilege it is to enter into the holiest and dwell there, to walk all the day in the presence of God. What a rich blessing is poured out there. In the holiest, the favor and fellowship of God are enjoyed; the life and blessing of God are experienced; the power and joy of God are found. Life is present in the holiest in priestly purity and consecration; there the incense of sweet savour is burned and sacrifices acceptable to God are offered. It is a holy life of prayer and blessedness.

Under the Old Covenant, everything was material: the sanctuary also was material and local. Under the New Covenant everything is spiritual: the true Sanctuary owes its existence to the power of the Holy Spirit. Through the Holy Spirit, a real life in the holiest is possible, and the knowledge that God walks there can be as certain as in the case of the priests of old. The Spirit makes real in our experience the work Jesus has accomplished.

Believer in Jesus Christ, have you liberty to enter into and abide in the holiest? As one who has been redeemed, it is a fitting thing for you to make your home there, and not elsewhere, for Christ cannot elsewhere reveal the full power of His redemption. But there, He can bless you richly. Oh! Understand it then, and let the object of God and of our Lord Jesus be yours also. May it be the one desire of our hearts to enter into the holiest, to live in the holiest, to minister in the holiest. We can confidently expect the Holy Spirit to give us a right conception of the glory of entering into a dwelling in the holiest.

Therefore, brethren, having boldness to enter the holiest by the blood of Jesus,  (20) by a new and living way which He consecrated for us, through the veil, that is, His flesh, (21) and having a High Priest over the house of God, (22)  let us draw near with a true heart in full assurance of faith, having our hearts sprinkled from an evil conscience and our bodies washed with pure water. (23) Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for He who promised is faithful.
(Hebrews 10:19–23 NKJV)

Continued Praying…

In Your presence Lord is fullness of joy, in Your presence is everything
You paid the price for us to receive
Holy Spirit, come… we take our place in You through the blood of Jesus
We abide in You, Lord
Every evil thing is being burned off in Jesus’ name!
Father, we enter in with free access and with joy and no condemnation or guilt
You are welcoming us with a burning love
Yes, You sent Your Word, and You have healed all of our diseases
Thank You for the blood that was shed, and Your body that was broken
Broken hearts are being mended now
We yield to You and to You alone!
Jesus we exalt You, You have redeemed us!
Calling for restoration in every area of our lives body, soul, and mind
Lord, we thank You for Your presence
In Your presence there is rest, every setback is a set up in the presence of God
Father, we thank You for Your intimacy
We come boldly to Your throne and we ask You  for what we have need of
Yes, we pray the perfect prayers of heaven
Thank You that change is happening now, Lord
We join together in You, and we lean and rest in You, Lord
The work is finished and we thank You for it
Yes, we are seated in heavenly places with You
Thank You for a refreshing, a fresh fire
There is an oasis in our soul
The windows are being opened up, and Your Spirit is being poured out upon us
In my Father’s house, there is room for you and room for me
There is healing, provision, and direction in my Father’s house!
Casting down all poverty, sickness, and disease
You are leading us in the way we should go

Scripture Focus…

Then Jesus exclaimed, “Father, thank you, for you are Lord, the Supreme Ruler over heaven and earth! And you have hidden the great revelation of your authority from those who are proud and think they are wise and unveiled it instead to little children.  (26) Yes, Father, you’ve chosen this gracious plan to extend your kingdom.  (27) You have entrusted me with all that you are and all that you have. No one fully and intimately knows the Son except the Father. And no one fully and intimately knows the Father except the Son. But the Son is able to unveil the Father to anyone he chooses. (28) “Are you weary, carrying a heavy burden? Come to me. I will refresh your life, for I am your oasis. (29) Simply join your life with mine. Learn my ways and you’ll discover that I’m gentle, humble, easy to please. You will find refreshment and rest in me.  (30) For all that I require of you will be pleasant and easy to bear.”
(Matthew 11:25–30 TPT)

By this we know [and have come to understand the depth and essence of His precious] love: that He [willingly] laid down His life for us [because He loved us]. And we ought to lay down our lives for the believers.  (17) But whoever has the world’s goods (adequate resources), and sees his brother in need, but has no compassion for him, how does the love of God live in him?  (18) Little children (believers, dear ones), let us not love [merely in theory] with word or with tongue [giving lip service to compassion], but in action and in truth [in practice and in sincerity, because practical acts of love are more than words]. (19) By this we will know [without any doubt] that we are of the truth, and will assure our heart and quiet our conscience before Him (20) whenever our heart convicts us [in guilt]; for God is greater than our heart and He knows all things [nothing is hidden from Him because we are in His hands].  (21) Beloved, if our heart does not convict us [of guilt], we have confidence [complete assurance and boldness] before God; (22) and we receive from Him whatever we ask because we [carefully and consistently] keep His commandments and do the things that are pleasing in His sight [habitually seeking to follow His plan for us].
(1 John 3:16–22 Amp.)

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