Often we ponder what are Gods prayers?
Let us turn ourselves to many that have been praying in the Bible from Old Testament to New Testament. All prayers are God’s prayers, loving, sacrificing melodies to His everlasting ears in the Kingdom of the Heavenly realms. But as we consider our lives and intensity of the prayers we are praying, it is our deepest desire to please Him in all ways, we may be praying for ourselves but we are asking in prayer and showing our respect for the Creator.
So as you pray, believe that this prayer you send is all so delicate and spoken with the highest honor. In the Kingdom, all is taken seriously, but your faith is what sustains it. So pray with fervor, honor and Respect for your King Yesuha!
So much is happening these days, the summer is just flying by and we lose track of time and others! But with all that is happening in this world right now, we need to continue our time on earth to stand for God! Why have so many people forgotten how to laugh or to have joy? because the root of all evil is staring them in the face, the financial burdens of life have controlled many and put them in the pathway of disaster. We need , now more than ever to pray and seek our God and hold His Holy name high up so that many who are slipping into the abyss of this world’s sin can grab hold of The Lord and His everlasting peace and justice.
As Paul the Apostle says
New International Version (NIV)
Made Alive in Christ
1 As for you, you were dead in your transgressions and sins, 2in which you used to live when you followed the ways of this world and of the ruler of the kingdom of the air, the spirit who is now at work in those who are disobedient.
So we must adhere to this signal from God through Paul that we must be standing in the truth of our Lord, it’s Gods time -all the time. He is the One we must face in the life after this world so we better know who is in charge, abiding in Him all the way.
So be a disciple and pray for the lost and the broken and remember to encourage eachother lifting each other in Christ’s name. OMEN