A letter to God…
A letter to God…
2 Chronicle 6:17 Prayer of Solomon dedication
And now, Lord, our Father, let your word that you promised your servants come true. As your people have been praying allow your promises you spoke to be released.
God, give attention to your servant’s prayer and his plea for mercy. Hear the cry and the prayer that your servants have been praying in your presence. 20 May your eyes be open toward this temple (body) day and night, this place of which you said you would put your Name. May you hear the prayer your servant prays toward this place. Hear the supplications of your servant and of your people. Hear the prayers of the lost the sick, impoverished and those homeless father. Give your servants hearts to discern and ears to hear the cries of you people. That they may go out amongst the land and lead them back to this place of worship and praise, the place you have created as a safe heaven to reconcile and rehabilitate. Hear from heaven, your dwelling place; and when you hear, forgive and bless God our Father. Release your spirit of evangelism in your people through the Holy Spirit within now. Anoint us all to walk in your power and authority for this the season your calling your lost sheep back to you. In Jesus name we ask and it is so Amen!
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What would you change???
A good friend of yours who has always been there for you in the past but you doubted their sincerity because of disagreements, transitions while your incarcerated.
You are unable to attend the funeral, let alone tell them how much you love and appreciate the support they’ve given your family through your incarceration. What would you do when the pain of the lost persist and you can do nothing to turn back the hands of time?
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Patience is a fruit significant to servant-hood, it also let’s one know if he’s still controlling his life or if his life is controlled by the being he works for. The human flesh is inclined to let you know you’re in control on many occasions, but I work for a being who has told me I’m employed by his presence yet for a season here in the earth at this time. While the privilege to live and set the record straight of my disobedience and rebellious traits this presence I reverence has acquired me access to his wisdom and knowledge acquired over life times which is eternal Grace.
Going to the table to sit in and restaurant, the servant comes to take your order… their service determines whether you will tip them or not. The other aspect is the restaurant owner pays the servant predicated upon their performance. The servant is not paid based upon his or her thoughts of how service should be provided but how he was trained to serve. Thus patience is needed when you have customers who seem to be intolerable, because spiritual fruit stands the test of time. Patience that has ripen to its full potential will serve everyone with the service of the most high because it knows who gave the gift or offering to serve.
Thus patience is a virtue endowed from our father up above, giving the measure of grace to continue our participation in the futuristic caring and evolving toward the human race. So before you think or speak as if your running your own business remember you gave him full control when you said, “I will LORD I will…”
Looking for the blessing? Maybe you’re looking at the blessing in the mirror? Ever thought thatYOU are the blessing waiting to release all you’ve been holding that you don’t need? Check this out. You are the blessing waiting to happen. The blessing is in you and me, letting go to grow. Forgive that we will live. Release to receive.
Working through the mind and the heart to release the un-for-give-ness releases us into the state of for-giving. As we accept for-giving we accept the incoming pass ( like a football pass) of blessings that has been waiting for us to receive (wide receiver). As we receive the pass we find we have scored a touch down that earns the respect where even our opponents feel lead to applaud us.
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