The battle is the Lord’s ultimately anyway. Pray His promises with confidence, not worrying about what the devil’s doing in the world.
As there is a temporary break in the hostilities in the Middle East, now is a good time to stop and ask: How should we pray for crises such as this? Should we pray for God to protect the Jewish people from terrorist attacks and for Israel’s military efforts to succeed, or should we pray that God will have mercy on everyone involved Muslim and Jew alike bringing a permanent end to all bloodshed?
Many of the prophecies for 2007 seem to indicate coming changes this year — changes in the nation and in the church. Whatever the changes, as intercessors we want to begin to pray that God would prepare His people for what is to come.
Did you know that your brain is wired to respond to your own voice? Faith, it appears, comes from HEARING, as we know. Hearing your own voice reinforces it. Speaking your prayers out loud has the effect of increasing your faith.
We seem to have overcome time and space in our generation. With email today, what could have taken weeks for a letter to arrive at its destination and an answer to come back can now be there in the time it takes to tap a few keys on a keyboard and hit “Send.”
Killed any giants lately? Is your slingshot in good shape in case one shows up? Everyone loves the story of when David slew Goliath. You don’t hear the term “slew” much these days.
Intercessors do indeed change history. One of Sid’s guests has revealed a much hidden but extraordinary account of prayer having laid the foundation for the modern Zionist movement.
I have been a prayer warrior for the Jewish people for about eleven years. Praying for Israel has brought me great joy. How God brought me to the place of praying many hours a day for Israel is a rather unusual story.
In thinking about the changes that have come to me since beginning to pray for Messianic Vision, the realization of His Goodness is amazing. Psalms 77:12 says it is good to meditate on His work and talk about what He is doing.
When God says something important He often has someone write it down. Like the Bible, for instance. Today we identify ourselves as the “information generation.” Our kids learn more in one year than Abraham Lincoln’s generation would in a lifetime. I read that somewhere — another piece of information.