Archives for the month of: April, 2017

Father,
I stand on Your Word in 2 Corinthians 10:4 when I ask You to dispatch Your angels that You have assigned to me–messengers and militia alike. I pray that the heralds would be unobstructed in the delivery of their answers from You to me and the people and the things concerning me. Father, give the angel authority to slaughter any opposing demonic forces attached to me and the things concerning me, including, but not limited to, my person, my health (mental, emotional and physical), my family, my assignment, my dwelling, my domain, my finances, my anointing, my blessings, my prayers, my praise and my worship. In Jesus’ name I pray!

“The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds,” 2 Corinthians 10:4

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Today, I pose a few hypothetical questions.  What if when we get to heaven we realize just how literal God was when he said, in Genesis, that He had given man dominion over the Earth?  What if when we get to heaven we realize just how many of our life outcomes were under the control of our prayers and our tongues?  What if we realize that our lives and the lives of others could have been dramatically changed by a simple declaration of our faith?  Would we do things differently now?  Would we declare more things in the name of Jesus?  We do know that nothing happens outside of God’s will, but what if much of our lack (e.g. spiritual, physical, emotional and financial) is due to a failure to ask—a failure to make a bold declaration?  What if many of our prayers confused begging for asking with belief (i.e. faith)?  I don’t recall the woman at the well begging Jesus to heal her.  She simply touched Him, and she knew that she was healed.  In fact, Jesus told her that her faith had made her well.   How about we hedge our bets here on Earth and start declaring things that be not as though they were.  What do we have to lose?