Prayer Debriefing 7

We continue to ask Father God to put His covering of blessing over all who read and follow us, as we follow Yeshua, (Jesus’ Hebrew name). We have great confidence this is His will for those who seek Him, together with Yeshua’s own intercession from the throne in Heaven. (Heb. 7:25) You are precious in His sight, like my own infant grandchildren who I adore, cherish and dote over, Father God is jealous over His Children, more so. Just as His blessing was on Job whom He boasted about, tested severely by the enemy’s accusation, and delivered remaining faithful through it all. (Job 42:1-16) Though difficulties come and the cruel enemy brings oppression, through faith God will pull us through in the mighty name of Yeshua. (Luke 14:1-5; Jer. 29:11; Phil. 1:6; Rom. 15:13)

There is nothing impossible for almighty God, nothing too hard or too small as to your care for your people. Just as you provided Israel with Manna; kept their shoes and clothes from wearing out over forty years, so they would know in their heart your discipline and lovingkindness like a father to his son. (Deut. 8:2-5) Help each of us to trust in your faithful love and mercy. 

Lord of the harvest send us out as reapers. Our circle of friends and family who are seeking life and searching for peace from this world need to hear your message of love from us or others who know it from experience. Help us to convey without words your love and hope that is confirmed in the Holy Spirit. Lord, Yeshua, orchestrate events and position us where your perfect timing releases life and light from you to those in darkness. 

Have mercy on your people and keep us alert as watchmen listening to to the Spirit’s voice and not getting distracted or snared by the enemy. For those of us who are in any bondage or captivity send a measure of faith to break chains which bind us. Lord, your forgiveness flows like a river washing and cleansing your children, cause us to quickly confess, repent and get back to your paths when we fall; I know your compassion and mercy never fail. 

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