PRAYER FOR THE SUPREME COURT JUSTICESAs the next few days are critical in the Texas case coming before the Supreme Court, let’s agree in prayer that God will have His way in this process to restore truth and justice to this nation.
“He appointed judges in the land…He told them, ‘Consider carefully what you do, because you are not judging for mere mortals but for the Lord, who is with you whenever you give a verdict. Now let the fear of the Lord be on you. Judge carefully, for with the Lord our God there is no injustice or partiality or bribery.’” (2 Chronicles 19:5-7)
Father, we pray for the Supreme Court Justice’s as they deliberate the case now before them. We ask that they would feel the weight of heaven even more than the pressure of man as they hear this just cause. As they are bound to uphold the Constitution in their rendering, we ask that their conscience would remind them of what is true, right, and good in the sight of God. Override any fear or hesitation with the weight of Your presence and the reality of eternity’s record of their role in this hour. May a fresh zeal of the Lord ignite their hearts and awaken their destiny to this strategic assignment that comes not just from the minds of men, but the throne of God. We pray that the words they speak would act as a two-edged sword to cut through the veil of deception and treason in this land. May their declarations separate the truth from the lies, the facts from the fiction, and the collective good of the people from the collusion of the corrupt. Use their voices as conduits of Your judgments against those who have set themselves against You and Your laws. May the courts of heaven overshadow these proceedings and echo the prayers of the saints that have stood in the gap for the sake of this nation and the honor of Your name. If there have been any threats, coercion, or attempts at bribery or blackmail, we declare that the fear of the Lord would render any such weapons null and void. If any past compromise has clouded their judgment or blinded their vision, we now declare that righteous intercession would help clear the cobwebs and cut the ties that have bound their souls and shut their mouths. We declare that their minds will be sharp, their arguments be sound, and their unity in this decision be firm and resolute. May the spirit of wisdom and revelation rest upon their court with unexpected clarity and power to rule in the midst of our enemies and render justice for all. Let their gavels be as scepters in Your sight to reestablish the plumb line of truth and the foundations of justice. May their judgments bring peace to the people and terror to the wrongdoers. MAY THEIR DECISIONS STRENGTHEN THE SPINE OF THIS NATION AND BE THE CATALYTIC CONVERTER FOR SUPERNATURAL TRANSFORMATION ACROSS THE NATIONS OF THE EARTH! In Jesus’s name and for the glory of the King, Amen! “Hate evil and love what is good; turn your courts into true halls of justice. Perhaps even yet the LORD God of Heaven’s Armies will have mercy on the remnant of His people.” (Amos 5:15 NLT)
My heart is so heavy and burdened for the United States, actually for the world as a whole. I do not know how to fight all of this in the physical, however I do know how to fight in the spirit. I have felt for strongly since the beginning of the week that we are to pray together, particularly in our area.
Our situation is not yet hopeless, but it is quickly approaching that point.
Oh? I’m supposed to be preaching “Positive Mental Attitude”?
Funny…That is NOT what God told me to preach. I was instructed, as was every other preacher who was actually commissioned by God, to preach His Scriptural truths, not what man wants to hear. (Unless that man actually desires to hear from God.)
If you do not like it, then you may call “1-800- TELL GOD” and see what that gets you.
(Be forewarned: you might not like His response, but He is God; you ain’t.)
J.C. Ryle listed seven characteristics of the messengers during the Great Awakening of the eighteenth century:
They taught the supremacy of Holy Scripture.
They preached the total corruption of human nature.
They taught that Christ’s death upon the cross was the only satisfaction for man’s sin.
They preached the doctrine of justification by faith.
They taught the universal necessity of heart conversion and new creation by the Holy Spirit.
They spoke of God’s eternal hatred against sin and of God’s love for sinners.
They preached that there was an inseparable connection between true faith and personal holiness. They never allowed for a moment that any church membership or religious profession was the least bit of proof of a man being a Christian if he lived an ungodly life.
We must learn that God is holy. If we are to experience the manifest presence of God’s glory; we must repent. When Isaiah saw the glory of God in the Temple, he was driven to brokenness, confession, and repentance. Too many in the West desire to know the manifest love of God without the manifest holiness of God. We have lost the message of true repentance. Now the church in the West is the sleeping Giant. Alarms have been sounded but there seems to be no great or even general awakening; if it doesn’t begin soon the giant may die in its sleep.
America is in trouble.
It is time for believers in the Christ to stand up and take action to change
the course of our nation. The place to
begin is prayer. “The Lord was moved by
the prayers for the land.” – 2nd Samuel 24:25
The first act of the U.S. Congress was George Washington,
John Adams, John Jay, and others of the Founding Fathers praying in Jesus’ name
and reading the Holy Bible. Will you,
are you willing, to help remove the lie of “Separation of Church and State”
from our land and welcome God back into all our government?
Exodus 18:21 sets forth an example for us. America’s founders warned us to choose only [persons] of high moral fiber for positions of public office. Do not neglect 1st Timothy 2:1-4
“The spectacle of a nation praying is more awe-inspiring than the explosion of an atomic bomb. The force of prayer is greater than any possible combination of man-controlled powers, because prayer is man’s greatest means of [harnessing] the infinite resources of God.” – J. Edgar Hoover
It is long past time to recover the great and powerful
preaching of our founding era – a time when pastors did not fear to preach
politics, resist tyranny, and founded their governments on the Holy bible.
The left doesn’t just dislike western values; they hate them. To some that may sound a bit overboard but it is an observable fact. Therefore, if you are a Christian you have no business being unequally yoked with the left.