Everybody testify You are good, You are Jehovah, You are good! Everybody testify You are good, You are Jehovah, You are good! // I will lift up Your Name higher! I will lift up Jesus higher! O! Jehovah Alpha Omega, I will lift up Your Name Higher! ! O! Jehovah Alpha Omega, I will lift up Your Name Higher!
Glory Alleluia! Father we thank You we bless Your Name! we adore You for Who You are! You are God! You are not man! thank You for another opportunity in Your Presence. Thank You for the honour and glory forever! Thank You for making Name for Yourself! Thank You for being God for us in every situation! alleluia to Your Holy Name!
Glorious God! beautiful King! Excellent God I bow before Your Name! Glorious God Beautiful King, Excellent God I bow before Your throne, Your Name is Alpha, Omega, Ageless, Changeless, Almighty Glorious I bow before Your throne!
Beloveth! How are doing today? Our God is good; All the time! Prayer time; Breakthrough time! Come and see the Lord is good! come and see the Lord is good! there is nothing He cannot do! Come and see the Lord is good!
Are you ready to pray! Beloveth if there is any time to pray is now! more than ever before, men ought to pray and faint not, because the perilous time is here with us, therefore we must intensify our prayers and ask God for His intervention in any areas of concerns. Praise the Lord!
Today, we will be considering the prayer format given to us by our Lord Jesus, we have to go back to where it all started from when we were just forming word to pray. We will be considering our Lord prayer.
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“After this manner therefore pray ye: Our Father which art in heaven, etc.” Matthew 6:9
This prayer begins where all true prayer must commence, with the spirit of adoption, “Our Father.” There is no acceptable prayer until we can say, “I will arise, and go unto my Father.” This child-like spirit soon perceives the grandeur of the Father “in heaven,” and ascends to devout adoration, “Hallowed be Thy name.”
The child lisping, “Abba, Father,” grows into the cherub crying, “Holy, Holy, Holy.” There is but a step from rapturous worship to the glowing missionary spirit, which is a sure outgrowth of filial love and reverent adoration—”Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.”
Next follows the heartfelt expression of dependence upon God—”Give us this day our daily bread.” Being further illuminated by the Spirit, he discovers that he is not only dependent, but sinful, hence he entreats for mercy, “Forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors:” and being pardoned, having the righteousness of Christ imputed, and knowing his acceptance with God, he humbly supplicates for holy perseverance, “Lead us not into temptation.”
The man who is really forgiven, is anxious not to offend again; the possession of justification leads to an anxious desire for sanctification. “Forgive us our debts,” that is justification; “Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil,” that is sanctification in its negative and positive forms.
As the result of all this, there follows a triumphant ascription of praise, “Thine is the kingdom, the power, and the glory, for ever and ever, Amen.” We rejoice that our King reigns in providence and shall reign in grace, from the river even to the ends of the earth, and of His dominion there shall be no end.
Thus from a sense of adoption, up to fellowship with our reigning Lord, this short model of prayer conducts the soul. Lord, teach us thus to pray.
Beloveth, join us as we pray this day using this prayer model “our Father, Who art heaven!
Our dear Father, hallow be Thy Name, hear us today as we pray in Jesus Name!
Let us pray dearly beloved and receive answers in Jesus Name!
Remain blessed in the Lord!