Let the Spirit of the Lord comes down Amen! Let the Spirit of the Lord comes down in Jesus Name! Let the Spirit of the Lord from heaven comes down; let the Spirit of the Lord comes down.// Glory, honour, power Majesty belongs to God our Lord! Alleluia! Glory, honour, power Majesty belongs to God our Lord! Alleluia!
Our Father in heaven we thank You, we bless Your Holy Name. Thank You for another precious day like this You have made and said we should rejoice and be glad in it. Blessed be Thy Name forever and ever. Thank You for Your Spirit You sent forth and Your Word You breath upon for the glorification of Your Name in our lives in Jesus Name. Worthy are You Lord! You are worthy to be glorify, Thank You, Thank You for answers to prayers You have sent forth as Your children pray today. You will manifest Yourself again and again in our lives in Jesus Name Amen!!!!!!!!!!!
Beloveth, are you ready? Is another day to tarry before God praying and interceding for His promise which He has give to us this month. I decree “super revelation” be release to you as you pray today in Jesus Name! The Spirit of God is already here and He is ready to show you great and mighty things which thou knoweth not. Praise the Name of Jesus!!!!!!!!!!!!
When you dwell in the secret place of the Most High God, and abide under the shadow of His of the Almighty, He will indeed be your Refuge and will deliver you from all evil that surrounds you, your family, ministry, and career in Jesus Name.
Communication makes the world go “round” while this statement is many be a bit far-fetched; I think we could agree that great communication is helpful and important. Marriage and friendship are strengthened when communication is healthy and honest same with workplaces if communication helps strengthen earthly relationships, why would the same not be true in our relationship with God? God wants to communicate with us. he wants to hear from us. He wants to connect with us in a way that strengthen our relationship with Him.
We love and serve a God that wants us to talk to Him through prayer.Prayer is communicating with our God who loves us deeply and cares for us intimately. Devote yourself to prayer with an alert mind and thankful heart (Col 4:2) NLT.
In the new testament we saw Jesus praying and His disciple asked to teach them how to pray and in response to their request Jesus taught then “The Lord’s Prayer.” this is not just a model of posture or order but it is Jesus teaching the disciples what he knows to be true about who God is and how God’s kingdom works. (Lk 11:1-3).
Prayer therefore is a relationship or a communication which Jesus centered His whole earthly ministry about telling people the good news about who His Father is and that His kingdom is near.
Beloveth, the best way to increase our hunger for prayer is to pray more. Jesus hungered for prayer more 40 times in the Gospels we see Jesus withdraw to pray (Lk 5:16, Jn 6:15, Lk 6:12, Lk 11:1, Lk 9:28,16, Matt 26:36-45). So when a prayer becomes a habit; you pray more, pray consistently. The more you pray the more hunger for prayer and its blessings.
Prayer was a fuel for Jesus ministry and life. He craved connecting with the Father in prayer. the results are obvious. Prayer is a fuel for a connected and hope filled life. And like a high performing athlete, track it. Write down your prayer and rejoice at how God moves in your life. Taste and see that the Lord is good (Ps 34:8a)
Come along to see how prayer worked out salvation in the old testament.
“Isaac dwelt by the well Lahai-roi.” Genesis 25:11
Hagar had once found deliverance there and Ishmael had drank from the water so graciously revealed by the God who liveth and seeth the sons of men; but this was a merely casual visit, such as worldlings pay to the Lord in times of need, when it serves their turn.
They cry to Him in trouble, but forsake Him in prosperity. Isaac dwelt there, and made the well of the living and all-seeing God his constant source of supply. The usual tenor of a man’s life, the dwelling of his soul, is the true test of his state.
Perhaps the providential visitation experienced by Hagar struck Isaac’s mind, and led him to revere the place; its mystical name endeared it to him; his frequent musings by its brim at eventide made him familiar with the well; his meeting Rebecca there had made his spirit feel at home near the spot; but best of all, the fact that he there enjoyed fellowship with the living God, had made him select that hallowed ground for his dwelling.
Let us learn to live in the presence of the living God; let us pray the Holy Spirit that this day, and every other day, we may feel, “Thou God seest me.” May the Lord Jehovah be as a well to us, delightful, comforting, unfailing, springing up unto eternal life.
The bottle of the creature cracks and dries up, but the well of the Creator never fails; happy is he who dwells at the well, and so has abundant and constant supplies near at hand.
The Lord has been a sure helper to others: His name is Shaddai, God All-sufficient; our hearts have often had most delightful intercourse with Him; through Him our soul has found her glorious Husband, the Lord Jesus; and in Him this day we live, and move, and have our being; let us, then, dwell in closest fellowship with Him.
Glorious Lord, constrain us that we may never leave Thee, but dwell by the well of the living God.
Beloveth, let us pray with humility, human by nature loves control later to find out it a burden too great to bear.
When we begin to accept this, we can humbly approach God in prayer. we can to Him with our joys and our sufferings-the hurts, hang-ups, fear and anxieties can all be cast unto our God who cares and is in control.
Pray that God will reveal to great and mighty things today as you pray today and thereafter in Jesus Name!
Our heaven Father hear the prayers of your children as we gather today to pray, show us those things that will establish us and make us better. This and many more we pray in Jesus Name.
Let us pray beloveth ….in Jesus Name!
Remain blessed in the Lord.