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Dec 2018

Holy Spirit Revelation is Pouring Forth

I see a high level of revelation being released in the nation. As I minister with Chuck Pierce and other leaders around the nation, it’s like the Lord has opened a spigot of revelation. The Lord is pouring out direct downloads from heaven to those who have positioned themselves to hear Him. I expect that to increase. I see increases in prophetic revelation and revelatory teaching. This revelation leads to us making decrees over the nation that are the very heart of God and they are released with great apostolic power and authority. At the gatherings we did in 2018, I feel like the leaders were helping everyone there go into this flow of revelation. It is for everyone. We are going to need everyone operating at this level of hearing the Holy Spirit in order to get to the place God wants this nation.

“Anyone with ears to hear must listen to the Spirit and understand what he is saying to the churches.” (Revelation 2:29; NLT)

Give Him 15 minutes in prayer:

  • Ask God to help the Church hear and see clear revelation from the Holy Spirit, so we know how to pray and what to do.
  • Pray for prophetic leaders that can help bring that revelation to the Body of Christ. Intercede for a clarity of hearing and protection from anything false in the mix.
  • Pray for the Holy Spirit to formulate clear decrees the Ekklesia can make that will move the heart of the Father and fulfill the purposes of the Son.
  • Say, “This nation shall be saved!”

A prayer you can pray:

Father, help Your Church see and hear what the Holy Spirit is saying to the Church right now. Let us hear what He is saying about this nation. Let us hear what He is saying about the harvest. Let us hear what He is saying so we can partner together with You in prayer and intercession. Cause our leaders to hear You and speak forth the true Word of God for this time, rightly dividing the Word of Truth, Your holy scriptures. Keep the enemy’s mouth shut. Let their ears only be attuned to Your voice so the revelation is pure and not filtered through twisted, unsanctified places in hearts and minds. We call for our leaders to live holy before You. Give us Your words to decree and declare at the right times so we work together with You to move Your plans forward in this land. In Jesus’ wonderful name, amen.

Today’s decree:

The Church will open its ears and hear and declare what the Spirit is saying to this nation!

Dec 2018

2018 Saw a Battle for the Supreme Court

Let’s talk for just a minute about where we’ve been and what to expect in the coming year. As you know, I believe the battle for this nation is largely a battle for the courts. As I have said many times, so much evil has come into the nation through that door. This last year, we saw the confirmation and seating of Justice Kavanaugh to replace retiring Justice Kennedy. What a battle! I was there for much of the time during the hearings and I can tell you it was intense. Even now, liberal Congressmen and women are talking about trying to impeach him. I don’t think that will happen and I can definitely say he will not be removed from office. His confirmation was the beginning of God giving us conservative, constitutionalist Justices on the Supreme Court with that all-important pro-life position. This is just the beginning of that majority. Gorsuch was an important placement, but we now have a 5-4 conservative majority. We want to move that to 6-3, and maybe even 7-2 while President Trump is in office.

“You can make many plans, but the LORD’s purpose will prevail.” (Proverbs 19:21; NLT)

Give Him 15 minutes in prayer:

  • Thank the Lord for what He has done this past couple of years in giving us Justice Gorsuch and Justice Kavanaugh, two conservative, pro-life justices on the Supreme Court.
  • Thank the Lord for the coming openings on the Court, which will solidify that majority even further.
  • Fast and pray and get ready for that battle, because it will be even more intense than before.
  • Declare, “The Courts of America will embrace Life, because the people of God choose Life for this nation!”
  • Declare, “We, the Ekklesia of God, will not accept any justice for our Court unless they are pro-life!”

A prayer you can pray:

Lord, we, Your people, worship You and thank you for hearing decades of prayers for Supreme Court Justices that will honor life. Wow! You are doing that now under President Trump. He is unafraid of the enemy’s opposition and the Church is standing boldly with him in prayer to see this come about. Thank you for the next opening, or even two, coming to the Court. We bless the current justices and wish none of them any harm. However, room must be made for those You are raising up for such a time as this. Prepare the Church for spiritual battle. Teach us again how to fast, pray and persevere until we see the victory come. We will press in and not stop until the Courts of America embrace Life, because the people of God choose Life for this nation! We, the Ekklesia of God, will not accept any justice for our Court unless they are pro-life! In Jesus’ name, amen.

Today’s decree:

We are going to obtain a 6-3, maybe even a 7-2 conservative majority on the U.S. Supreme Court by 2020.

Dec 2018

Christmas Day

We find the second account of the birth of Jesus in Luke 1:26-56 and 2:1-40. These passages focus on God’s intimate relationship with mankind. Here we see the unfolding of God with us, our hope of glory. We see how carefully God fulfilled the law and the prophets, giving his people, the Jews, every opportunity to see that Jesus was their long-awaited Messiah. Yet, only a few would see. We see the scriptures fulfilled by the living Word of God, Jesus. We see the natural outflow of worship by all those who encountered Jesus – his mother, Mary, his cousin John (in the womb of his Aunt Elizabeth), Elizabeth, Zechariah, the shepherds, Joseph, and two elderly persons who ministered to the Lord day and night in the temple, Simeon and Anna. All of these ordinary people recognized the Christ child, because they had an intimate encounter with a living God, by their choice, or by His. Intimate friendship with God opens our eyes to God’s ways and includes us in His plans. Develop that relationship. Look for where Jesus is being revealed. Look for what God is doing in America. Respond to Him, our life-giver, our Savior, and the lover of our souls. Worship Him! Merry Christmas!

“‘My eyes have seen your salvation that you have prepared in the presence of all peoples, a light for revelation to the Gentiles, and for glory to your people Israel.’” (Simeon; Luke 2:30-32; ESV)

Give Him 15 minutes in prayer:

  • Read Luke 1 and 2:1-40.
  • Ask the Lord to draw you closer to Him.
  • Decide to begin developing a closer walk with Him, even if you already feel close. Ask Him to show you how.
  • Intercede for the Body of Christ to be drawn into a closer place of intimacy with Him. Pray this for your family members, pastors and other church leaders.
  • Pray the same for your government leaders from the local level to the national level.
  • Worship Him who is worthy of our worship!

A prayer you can pray:

Father, draw me closer to You. I think the most precious name You could give me would be to be called Your friend. I desire an intimate friendship with You. What a wonderful Christmas gift that would be. Jesus made it possible. That causes me to worship You! Make me hungry and thirsty for more of You as I read Luke 1 and 2:1-40. Let it be more than a Christmas story to me. Let the heart of it touch my heart. Let the interactions between each person recorded here cause me to long for more intimate conversations with You. I pray this for my pastors and other spiritual leadership, as well. Let those who govern me, long for this level of relationship with You, beginning with their moment of salvation, if they still need to meet You. Jesus, change this nation, as You make us a nation of Your friends. Amen.

Today’s decree:

The United States shall be a nation that seeks the Lord, worships Him, and makes Him known in the earth!

Dec 2018

The Prophetic Saving of a People and a Nation – Matthew

There are two accounts of the story of Christ’s birth recorded in the Word. One is in Matthew and the other in Luke. In Matthew, we find the story in chapter 1:18-25 and chapter 2. The focus here is on the virgin birth, the visitation of the Magi to the Christ child, and the attempt of Satan, working through Herod, to destroy God’s plan. How is it missed that this is a prophetic story start to finish? After nearly 400 years of silence, God started speaking. We see that God spoke to humans in dreams and via angelic hosts, to cause His plans to come to pass. He had to be very clear, and He had to trust that the the humans He was sharing His plans with would believe Him! This wasn’t exactly normal at the time. Joseph and Mary each had to do exactly what He told them to do, and quicky! He also prophetically outwitted Satan’s borrowing of Herod. He gave instructions in a dream to the Magi. They don’t appear to be His people, yet they were drawn into His plan and had to act on His revelation, as well. That’s a whole lot of trust in humanity, if you ask me. What was it about the things He said and the way He said them that caused them to participate in His plan to save humanity? Stop and think about that.

“Joseph son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary home as your wife, because what is conceived in her is from the Holy Spirit. She will give birth to a son, and you are to give him the name Jesus, because he will save his people from their sins.” (Matthew 1:20b-21; NIV)

“And having been warned in a dream not to go back to Herod, they returned to their country by another route.” (Matthew 2:12; NIV)

“When they had gone, an angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream. ‘Get up,’ he said, ‘take the child and his mother and escape to Egypt. Stay there until I tell you, for Herod is going to search for the child to kill him.’” (Luke 2:13; NIV)

Give Him 15 minutes in prayer:

  • Pray for revelation, then read Matthew 1:18-25 and chapter 2, as if you have never read them before. Notice what God had to do to cause His plan to come to pass. What was He overcoming in the hearts of each character. How did He move around the government structure?
  • In this prophetic season, ask God to open up the hearts of the whole Body of Christ to the prophetic gifts of God.
  • Repent on behalf of the Church that we have been okay with many in Christ’s body not believing He still speaks to us in dreams, visions, and angelic visitations.
  • Tell the Lord that you are open to being led prophetically to see the lost and our nation saved.
  • Intercede for the lost in America.

A prayer you can pray:

Father, we are in a season where we are reminded that You speak to Your people in dreams and visions. You want us to “hear” what the Spirit is saying to the Church. As we read and ponder the story of Christmas in Matthew, show us how You worked prophetically to cause Your ultimate plan to come to pass. We repent for the Church thinking it is okay to not believe You can and do still speak to us this way. You are still speaking. You still give dreams and vision, warnings, and direction through dreams and visions. We welcome the ways You want to lead us, Father. We repent of deciding how we will communicate with You. May Your Church be a prophetically led Church that is grounded deeply in Your Word. Show us how to reach the lost. Show us how to save a nation. In Jesus’ glorious name, we pray, amen.

Today’s decree:

The whole Church will hear Him prophetically and this nation will be saved!

Dec 2018

A Son is Given

Jesus. Jesus. A Son. A Savior. A child. A sacrifice. Wholly God. Wholly man. Eternal One. Love incarnate. He was given for us. Us! We squirrelly, sin-filled, prideful ones, which He created and deeply loves. Will we ever understand this? Not fully on this side of heaven, I am sure. But, there it is. He created man, and in His deep love and commitment to us, determined that Satan would not be able to steal us eternally away from Him. Temporarily, maybe, but not eternally. Some of us would recognize the Son and His plan of salvation. When we do, Isaiah 9: 6-7 will become our heart cry together with His. We will declare it over our lives and over this nation. We will believe that He meant every word of it and we will not stop declaring it until we see the reality of it in the earth.

“For unto us a Child is born,

Unto us a Son is given;

And the government will be upon His shoulder.

And His name will be called

Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God,

Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.

Of the increase of His government and peace

There will be no end,

Upon the throne of David and over His kingdom,

To order it and establish it with judgment and justice

From that time forward, even forever.

The zeal of the Lord of hosts will perform this.” (Isaiah 9:6-7; NKJV)

Give Him 15 minutes in prayer:

  • Declare Isaiah 6-7 as your statement of faith.
  • Declare it again over America.
  • Declare it over the harvest fields of the U.S.A.
  • Declare it over the harvest fields of the earth.
  • Call for the sons of Israel to see their Messiah this Christmas season.

A prayer you can pray:

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Today’s decree:

May the United States and Israel experience the increase of Christ’s government and peace, and may there be no end!

Dec 2018

Christmas – A Day of Hope and Rejoicing

The celebration of the birth of Christ didn’t begin at His birth. It was long foretold by the prophets and recorded in the holy scriptures. God always had a plan of redemption and at the right time, He initiated it. He set forth the plan of salvation to give man an opportunity to be restored to relationship with Him—forever. This is not something to be treated casually or a day to be celebrated without deep contemplation and worship. It may not be the actual day of Christ’s birth, but it is a touchpoint to adore Him.  Read these words of the popular Christmas song, “O Holy Night”. “O Holy Night! The stars are brightly shining. It is the night of the dear Savior’s birth! Long lay the world in sin and error pining till He appeared and the soul felt its worth. A thrill of hope. The weary world rejoices, for yonder breaks a new and glorious morn.” These lyrics are taken from Isaiah 9, one of the great prophetic passages about the coming Messiah. Take hope in them and rejoice!

“The land of the tribes of Zebulun and Naphtali were once disgraced, but the future will bring honor to this region, from the Mediterranean eastward to the land on the other side of the Jordan, and even to Galilee itself, where the foreigners live.  The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light. They lived in a land of shadows, but now light is shining on them. You have given them great joy, Lord; you have made them happy. They rejoice in what you have done, as people rejoice when they harvest grain or when they divide captured wealth. For you have broken the yoke that burdened them and the rod that beat their shoulders.” (Isaiah 9: 1-4a; GNT)

Give Him 15 minutes in prayer:

  • Lift your eyes and your heart up from the work and busyness of Christmas and place them on Jesus. Sit still for a moment. Maybe get a cup of coffee or cocoa and the Word and take a quiet, reflective moment. You can spare it for Him.
  • Play or sing “O Holy Night” and worship our Savior, Jesus. Consider other Christmas hymns that focus on Christ and go ahead and play or sing them, as well.
  • Pray for your loved ones. Lift their need for Him to the Lord. Pray that their yokes of bondage would be broken off as they see Jesus.
  • Pray for America to know Him. Say, “In this land of darkness and shadows, Lord, let us see Your great Light!”

A prayer you can pray:

Lord, I desire to set aside some time today to adore the Son. Jesus has saved me and I am so focused on all the things I have to do and want to do to make others happy, that it is easy to miss the main star of the season, my Savior, Jesus. Your Word is a road-map to Your plan of salvation. Your prophets foretold His coming as a child to save us. Even His birth was to be a time of yoke-breaking and darkness fleeing. I will get out my Bible and meditate on Isaiah 9. (Play or sing “O Holy Night” and worship our Savior, Jesus. Consider other Christmas hymns that focus on Christ and go ahead and play or sing them, as well.) Jesus, let my loved ones see You. Holy Spirit, draw them to Jesus. Let my heritage be children and grandchildren that serve the Lord. Save them, heal them, and deliver them, and make sure they know it was You that did these things for them. Open the eyes of my nation, Jesus. Shine Your light in every corner where darkness threatens America. Break the yokes of poverty and other causes of heart-ache. Raise up and send healers into this nation—those who have God-given blueprints to heal this broken land. Amen.

Today’s decree:

In this land of darkness and shadows, Lord, let us see Your great Light!

Dec 2018

Remembering the Past

“Looking back over your life, I am sure you have some precious memories of people, experiences, and places which greatly impacted you. Perhaps reading or hearing stories about your forefathers’ adventures stirs a new appreciation for where you are now. The Israelites were asked to remember their history. Their past was celebrated and recounted to successive generations. Memories connect our past with our present, joining yesterday with today and the future.1 When recalling a few happy memories, I am always mindful of God’s faithfulness in helping me fulfill my destiny. That’s why I take opportunities from time to time, especially at the holidays, to recount to my grandchildren some of my special childhood memories—so they can pass them on to the next generation. I wonder what wonders my descendants will experience.2 (Quin Sherrer)3

“Then those who feared the Lord spoke with one another. The Lord paid attention and heard them, and a book of remembrance was written before him of those who feared the Lord and esteemed his name.” (Malachi 3:16; ESV)

Give Him 15 minutes in prayer:

  • It is often at Christmas that our hearts drift to memories filled with family and dear friends. Consider your favorite Christmas memory. Intercede for those still living who may have been a part of that precious time.
  • Call to mind a challenging holiday season. What were things you may have learned about the Lord through that hard time? Write those lessons down and worship Him!
  • Pray for others that may be having a hard time this Christmas. If you can practically meet their need, this would be a good time to do so. Let the next generation join you, if possible and recount your story along the way.
  • Make an effort to share your story with a younger member of your family, passing on your love of and commitment to Christ.

A prayer you can pray:

Lord, at this Christmas season, my heart often drifts to memories of Christmases past. Some of those memories are rich with joy and some are painful. I pray that all bring to remembrance ways You were involved – stories I can pass along to the generations behind me. I want to tell them of Your goodness, Your faithfulness, and Your love. Where the memories are warm, I pray for those that are still living who were a part of the joy. Bless them and draw them close to You. Where the memories are painful, I worship You, for You have brought me through. God, You are so good to me! Be good to my children and grandchildren, my close friends and those connected to my life in some way. May the richest blessings of Christmas come to each and every one, in Jesus’ name. Amen.

Today’s decree:

I will tell of Your wondrous deeds to my children and grandchildren, creating an altar of remembrance in my family line!

1 Sherrer, Quin, Cast Your Shadow: Influence on Purpose. (USA 2018), 165. Available on Amazon.

2 Sherrer, Cast Your Shadow: Influence on Purpose, 165.

3 Quin Sherrer is the co-author of A Woman’s Guide to Spiritual Warfare and 29 other books, which are available on Amazon. Quin can be contacted by writing to her at P.O. Box 1661, Niceville, FL, 32588.

Dec 2018

Our Testimony of Christ With Us

“Unto us a Child is born, Unto us a Child is given: And the government will be upon His shoulder. And His name will be called Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” (Isaiah 9:6; NKJV)

“Can you picture yourself in the first Christmas story? Maybe one character captures your attention most. Reviewing it we see:

  • Mary heard the angel Gabriel, believed and submitted to God’s call on her life.
  • Elizabeth recognized Jesus even in Mary’s womb, was filled with the Holy Spirit, and was a probable mentor to Mary who lived in her home for the three months before Jesus was born.
  • Joseph dreamed and, being warned by an angel, obeyed.
  • An innkeeper had no room for the expectant couple, but he offered what he had– a stable with a manger.
  • Shepherds heard the Lord’s angel speak of the good tidings of great joy. They left their work to go find this child, and afterwards went to tell others who marveled in amazement, as well.
  • Anna, a praying elderly widow, saw a promise fulfilled, praised God, and proclaimed the Messiah’s birth.
  • Simeon, waited expectantly to see the Lord’s Christ. Finally, when he saw him in the temple with his parents, he blessed the baby and prophesied about his future.
  • Wisemen, followed a star, worshiped the Savior, and gave him extravagant gifts.

People in the Christmas drama give us glorious examples. God can speak through a dream, an angel, a wiseman, a praying widow, a devoted-husband-to-be, a prophet, or even an ordinary person watching the flock at home or office, going about business as usual. For nothing is impossible with God.  He can visit us in unexpected ways on unexpected days. Are we listening? Will we obey? Are we willing to go tell others what he has done for us? For them? Are we willing to tell of his great love?” (Quin Sherrer)1

Give Him 15 minutes in prayer:

  • Read the Christmas story in the book of Luke, Chapter 2. (Read it with your family, if possible.)
  • Consider the characters in the Christmas story. Is there one you relate to? Talk with Jesus about this. Understand why.
  • Intercede for your family members, asking the Lord to visit each one in a very tangible way this Christmas. Especially pray for those not yet saved in your family line.
  • Answer these questions: “Am I positioning myself to listen to the Lord? Will I obey? Am I willing to go tell others what he has done for me? For them? Am I willing to tell of his great love?”

A prayer you can pray:

Father, speak to me by Your Holy Spirit, as I read about the birth of Jesus in Luke, Chapter 2. Show me how You revealed Jesus to each one and speak to my heart about how You speak to me about Him. Formulate my Christmas testimony, in part, by how I relate to that character. Help me to share You with others as I meet with them this Christmas. Whether or not I see them, I intercede for each of my family members. I so want each one of them to know You, Jesus. I know You brought each into my life, so I make make You known to them in some way. Am I positioning myself to listen to You? Will I obey? Show me how to tell others what You have done for me. Help me to show others what I see You doing to reveal Your Son to them. Am I willing to tell of Your great love or am I still hesitant? Make me bold, in Jesus’ name. Amen.

Today’s decree:

I will tell my testimony to the world. Nothing is impossible with God!

1 Quin Sherrer is the co-author of A Woman’s Guide to Spiritual Warfare and 29 other books, which are available on Amazon. Quin can be contacted by writing to her at P.O. Box 1661, Niceville, FL, 32588.

Dec 2018

Christ In Us, the Hope of Glory

“Christmas week over four decades ago, I made my first trip to Israel. Airport security was extremely tight because of recent wars. After visiting many Biblical sites we were finally at the Garden Tomb for a sunrise worship service. This tomb is similar to, or perhaps the actual place, where Jesus was laid after his crucifixion. When the pastor began his sermon, he reminded us of the strenuous search we’d undergone to get here. But he assured us we had smuggled something into the country which was not in the museums or historical sites. ‘You smuggled something into Jerusalem which no one could take from you. Christ in you the hope of glory,’ he said, quoting from Colossians 1:27. Christ in you. Christ in me. That is part of our Christmas story. It is the reason why you and I can and must share the story of our Savior’s birth. Christ living in us by His Holy Spirit –equipping and empowering us to share his marvelous salvation message.” (Quin Sherrer)1

“I (Paul) became a minister according to the stewardship from God which was given to me for you, to fulfill the word of God, the mystery which has been hidden from ages and from generations, but now has been revealed to His saints. To them God willed to make known what are the riches of the glory of this mystery among the Gentiles, which is Christ in you, the hope of glory.” (Colossians 1:25-27; NKJV)

Give Him 15 minutes in prayer:

  • Pray for Israel and the Jews. From Genesis to Malachi all signs point to Jesus Christ as Messiah, but this is missed by them. Ask God to reveal this Truth this Christmas!
  • Rejoice that Christ is in you! Ask God to make Himself seen through you this Christmas. Let your life be His testimony.
  • Ask the Lord to give you opportunities over the next week to share Jesus with at least one person. This is the best Christmas gift they could ever receive, and the reason why He came—eternal life through Jesus Christ, our Lord!

A prayer you can pray:

Father, bless Israel today. Send Your Holy Spirit to reveal to the Jews their Messiah, our Lord and Savior, Jesus. As they open and read the Torah, let revelation open their eyes, so they might see. Let them break free of every religious spirit and stronghold of pride, so they might embrace the Son. I don’t know how they can’t see Him in the Old Testament, but Your timing of their salvation will be perfect, even as it was on my own life! I am so grateful that You did not leave me in my sin, but drew me to the cross. I praise You and ask You to make me an instrument of peace and grace, showing the way to Jesus. I believe Israel and the United States are spiritually linked. I believe these nations can be saved in a day, if others, like myself, will share Jesus with those who are not yet saved. May Christ be revealed in us, the hope of Your glory. Let this be the best Christmas ever! In Jesus’ name, amen.

Today’s decree:

This Christmas, let Israel and America see Jesus, the Hope of Glory, in those of us who know You!

1 Quin Sherrer is the co-author of A Woman’s Guide to Spiritual Warfare and 29 other books, which are available on Amazon. Quin can be contacted by writing to her at P.O. Box 1661, Niceville, FL, 32588.

Dec 2018

Unraveling the Confederacy

“It is time to seek the Lord more than ever before. Say, ‘Okay, Lord, how do we do that?’ Gather together and ask the Lord what to do. He is calling forth remnants in every city. They will assemble for a decree. There are more times of assembling. This is the inheritance we have warred for. Why would you let this confederation come and take what we have warred for? There are demonic confederacies aligning to take away what we have warred for. He is going to show us how to tear those alignments apart. God told Israel to go stand at a particular place and worship. He will orchestrate the place. I hear Him saying, ‘When you stand and worship, I’ll send what is necessary to produce the confusion that will bring My order.’” (Chuck Pierce)1

“Give thanks to the Lord because he is good, because his mercy endures forever. Give thanks to the only one who does miraculous things—because his mercy endures forever. Give thanks to the God of heaven, because his mercy endures forever.” (Psalm 136: 1,4, and 26; GWT)

Give Him 15 minutes in prayer:

  • A confederacy is an alliance formed for an illegal or illicit purpose. The word “illegal” denotes a violation of civil laws. “Illicit” means to violate customs or moral laws. Hmmm. Stop and think about that in light of the enemy’s plans against you, the territory the Lord has given you to war for, and this nation.
  • Ask the Lord, “Okay, Lord, how do we do properly seek You right now?” Hear Him and plan to comply.
  • Let Him ask you, “Why would you let this confederation come and take what you have warred for?” Don’t try to justify yourself. The answer is, “Lord, You know.” Let Him reveal your heart to you. Repent and commit to act.
  • Ask Him to show you the particular place where you are to go to stand and worship. This may be with a group. Go exactly when and where He says to go.
  • Read the entirety of Psalm 136 out loud.

A prayer you can pray:

Lord, give me a solid revelation on what the prophet is saying, as I ponder the words “confederacy”, “illegal” and “illicit” in light of the enemy’s activities against what You have called the Church to accomplish locally and for this nation. How do I seek You right now, in light of this? Speak clearly to me, Holy Spirit. I welcome You asking me why I would allow a demonic confederation to come and take what I have been warring for. I really don’t know, but You do. Forgive me any place of complacency, fear, or doubt and unbelief. Make clear the activities You want me to perform. Show me exactly where to go and stand and worship You, together with others in the Body of Christ. Who should come? Who should stay behind? Where is the critical point of breakthrough? (Read Psalm 136 in its entirety out loud.) In Jesus’ name, I pray. Amen.

Today’s decree:

The mercy of the Lord endures forever!

1 Learn more about Chuck Pierce here.

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