The Heart of an Intercessor

Job 22:28-30 Amplified Bible, Classic Edition (AMPC)
28 You shall also decide and decree a thing, and it shall be established for you; and the light [of God’s favor] shall shine upon your ways.

29 When they make [you] low, you will say, [There is] a lifting up; and the humble person He lifts up and saves.

30 He will even deliver the one [for whom you intercede] who is not innocent; yes, he will be delivered through the cleanness of your hands.

Also going to The Courtroom of Heaven in intercession has produced amazing results https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzGJOKAUuUc

There is more information on this blog under SEARCH “How to pray for someone in bondage” There are many informative links.
Blessings
Gail

He has you

The Heart of an Intercessor

Intercession is selfless prayer. An intercessor is someone who stands in the gap, between God and others. An intercessor dares to go before a mighty God and contend for those around them. An intercessor prays for others selflessly, lifting the needs of others into the throne room of heaven.

What our churches need in this day are more intercessors. We have plenty of people willing to do work before man, but few that are willing to do work before the Lord.

Prophets may be the mouth of God, missionaries may be His feet, but intercessors are His heart. Pray to the Lord, that He would bless you with the heart of an intercessor.

Selfless Intercession

It is a divine principle that prayer has greater power when it is for someone else. Selfless prayers are the purest requests made known to God. “…pray for one another…

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Born Again Christian since 1977 / Insurance Business / Nurse Natural health since 1986 Roots of disease since 2008 / Pastor Dr Gail www.hope4u.ca Facebook: Hope Outreach Community Centre I post information pertaining to/ natural health, Spirit, Soul, Body, Relationships, Finance, and World Affairs.
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