For everything that was written in the past was written to teach us, so that through the endurance taught in the Scriptures and the encouragement they provide we might have hope. Romans
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Psalm 1 How blessed are those who reject the advice of the wicked, don’t stand in the way of those who practice evil, don’t sit where scoffers sit! Instead, their delight is in Adonai’s commands. They meditate day and night on His word, not the word of humanity. They are like trees that are planted by streams— they bear their fruit in season, their leaves never wither, and everything they do succeeds. This is our promise and we ask it for the believers in the Mid- east at this time. Not so the wicked, who are like chaff that is driven by the wind. For this reason the wicked won’t stand up to the judgment, nor will those who practice evil stand at the gathering of the righteous. For Adonai watches over the way of the righteous, whose righteousness is in Christ Jesus, but the way of the one who practices evil is doomed. And do by your Word, Lord, we stand against the actions of the practicers of evil in the Mid-east today. We call on your Spirit to do Your Will in that place; releasing the captives, protecting the innocent and avenging the oppressed.
Matthew 4:4,7,10,17 and 20 “Man does not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of Adonai.” “Do not put Adonai your God to the test.” “Worship Adonai your God, and serve only him.” “Turn from your sins to God, for the Kingdom of God is near!” “Come after me, and I will make you fishers of men.” 5:3,4 “How blessed are the poor in spirit! for the Kingdom of Heaven is theirs. How blessed are those who mourn! for they will be comforted. Words to meditate upon. Words to keep when rising up, going down, at home, in the way, on the hand, on the forehead, on the doorway…immersed completely in his word. These words can be applied to the events all around us that are contrary to God’s word in prayer and His power will be released as we continue to pray. As Aaron and Hur held up the hands of Moses and the battle was to the people of God so let us raise the plight of believers and the innocent before the throne. The battle is not only physical, but also spiritual. Let us not be weary to pray and the victory will be the Lord’s. If you’ve been to the cross… See you at the throne…
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