A Word of Prayer by, Shantiece Banks-Florian:
Dear Heavenly Father, I come to you today to say thank you. I thank you for waking me up this morning, you didnt have to do it, but did and for that I am grateful. Lord I ask that you forgive us of all sin knowing and unknowing. God as we continue on this 50 Day Consecration I ask that you continue to help us to keep our minds focus on you, because without you we will not be able to do anything. I thank you for my family, my church family and friends. I ask that you continue to keep us covered with your precious blood, send your angels to surround us. Keep us from all hurt, harm and danger. Continue to look over us and our nation God because we, your people need you in every aspect of our lives. I thank you for what you have done and for all the things that you continue to do. Most importantly I thank you for who you are. I love you and will forever give you the praise. In JESUS name I pray, Amen.
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But now thus saith the Lord that created thee, O Jacob, and he that formed thee, O Israel, Fear not: for I have redeemed thee, I have called thee by thy name; thou art mine. When thou passest through the waters, I will be with thee; and through the rivers, they shall not overflow thee: when thou walkest through the fire, thou shalt not be burned; neither shall the flame kindle upon thee.
Meditation By Brother Naquan Braswell
Know your worth! Redeem means to regain possession through compensation. This means someone paid a price to give you back what was lost. We were lost until Christ died for us. Not only were we lost, but all our gifts, anointing and dreams were lost also. So, praise God for redeeming you. But not just for redeeming you, but giving you back the things the enemy thought he took from you. Our God is a total redeemer.
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May 7th, 2017
Sunday School Teacher : Geraldine McClary
Title of Lesson: Sustaining Love
Scripture: Jonah 1:7-17
A Word Of Prayer by, Sister Rachel James
Heavenly Father in the name of Jesus, I’m coming to you humbled as I know how. Thanking you Father God for another day of consecration. Taking this pause to worship, praise, magnify and exalt your holy name. I pray that as we go through the coming days of this consecration you will help us to stay focused while continuing to keep from being conformed to this world’s way of living and thinking. Bless us, heal where healing is needed in our bodies and circumstances. Lead, guide and protect our families wherever they are in this world in the name of Jesus. Bless Leadership and all whose in authority over us. Thank you for all the many blessings you’ve already granted us and the ones on the way! In your name I pray, Amen.
My soul, wait thou only upon God; for my expectation is from him. He only is my rock and my salvation: he is my defence; I shall not be moved. In God is my salvation and my glory: the rock of my strength, and my refuge, is in God.
Meditation By Sister Angela Stutts
Here in these 3 verses David is putting his confidence in God. From deep down in his soul he will wait upon God for he knows that in God all his expectations will be met. We too can put our confidence in God and know that without a doubt God will be our rock to hide in, our salvation to be cleanse from sin, our defence to protect us. We should not be moved when we are faced with situations that seems hopeless. For in those times, we should look up to the God for our salvation and glory in the strength that God will give you to seek refuge in him. Saints lets be bold about our declaration to God.
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A Word of Prayer by, Howard Mitchell-Willams
Precious Father we come to you humble and thankful for what you’ve done thus far. You have been amazing in every way and the least we can do is give back to you the time that you deserve. Lord God don’t just grant us the strength to persevere, but father help us to have a fire and desire and yearning for you. To spend time with you and to connect with you. As the word says for us to present our bodies a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable unto you which is our reasonable service. It’s reasonable and valid for us to sacrifice for you! In denial of food or whatever we’ve chosen to do, but father help us to NEVER lose sight of denying all else to s
pend quality time with you!!! In jesus name we pray. AMEN AMEN AMEN!!!
A Word of Prayer by Sister Grace White
Heavenly Father in Jesus’ Christ name, we love, praise and adore you. We thank you for this 12th day of our Pentecost Consecration. Lord we pray for forgiveness and please remove all things away from us that is not pleasing unto you. Lord we thank you for the cleansing, sanctification and healing of our minds and bodies during this consecration. God you deserve all the love, praises, honor and glory. For without you Lord, we are nothing. Lord you are always so awesome, faithful, loving, caring and more. God we thank you for providing all our needs and more. We thank you for the presence of the your Holy Spirit which brings us comfort, peace and guidance. We thank for your blood which covers and protects us from all harm and danger. We thank you for your mercy, grace and favor. Lord please come into our homes, our schools, our house of worship, your sanctuary and pour out all of your anointing and your blessings all upon us and our loved ones. Please Lord as we read your Word, give us knowledge, directions, guidance, wisdom, clarity and understanding of your Word. Please Lord, now most of all we need, we want and trust you to give us a closer walk and relationship with you. Finally my brethren be strong in the Lord and in the power of his might. Put on the whole armour of God, so that we might be able to fight the wiles of the devil. Ephesians 6:11-12. Let’s keep our war clothes on for this battle. Let’s go into your war rooms and pray. Let’s be encouraged, let’s do whatever it takes for the glory of God and for the completion of our Pentecost Consecration 2017, because it is necessary. In Jesus’ Christ name we pray. Amen.
27 Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh: is there any thing too hard for me?
Meditation by Minister Mark Watson
My favorite declaration when I pray is to say “That God will never leave me nor forsake me”, yet when the trial comes and seems hard I often struggle. But the scripture from Jeremiah should be added to strengthen the declaration I already say. Jeremiah 32:27 says, Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh: is there anything too hard for me? If I can encourage us all , I would want us to declare the things that are hard in our lives, then turn it around by saying, But with God there is nothing that we can’t face, can’t conquer, can’t be delivered from and can’t reach because we serve a God who can handle it. I pray blessing in every area of your lives and stay connected to the source. In Jesus name I pray.
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And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive.
Meditation by Sister Shaneek Dunn
Anything you take to God in prayer, approach God with an expectancy. If you have any ounce of doubt or wavering faith don’t expect a favorable outcome. There are laws and rules to this. God isn’t moved by pity, or doubt. He doesn’t operate in that realm. If you want to get a response from him you’ve got to speak his language; FAITH! You may not get the answer you want, but you will get the answer that is best. If your prayers are lined up with the word of God and the will of God; YOU WILL RECEIVE!
A Word of Prayer by, Vivian Alston
Oh Heavenly Father, We come before you calling on your precious name Jesus. As we go through this 50 day consecration, Lord I’m asking you to give us the strength in grace and mercy to go through this Journey. Lord just look down on each and every one of us as we go through this journey, in Jesus name I pray, Amen!