By Martin Cisneros
Father, in the Name of Lord Jesus, we set ourselves in agreement with Your Written Word according to Psalm 149 and John 15:7 as we seek Your face according to Hebrews 4 to find mercy and obtain grace to help in this time of need. We believe that according to 1Peter 4:10 that we will be good stewards of Your manifold grace that we've obtained with boldness according to Hebrews 4.
We are good stewards of Your manifold grace that You've given us in the Word to be stewards of. We have not received Your grace in vain, and neither will we frustrate Your grace that You've given to us in Your Covenant that You've established. We thank You for making all grace abound towards us, according to 2Corinthians 9:8, so that we ALWAYS have all sufficiency in all things, and we go forth treating the King right each and every single year, according to Zechariah 14 and Matthew 25.
We thank You that You are the rewarder of those who diligently seek You according to Hebrews 11. We rejoice according to Deuteronomy 8, 2Corinthians 8:9, and 2Corinthians 9:8 that You've given us the grace to obtain wealth in order to establish Your Covenant in the earth. And we rejoice in Your Name and in Your established Covenant that it says in the Psalms that You've magnified this Covenant [we have together] above Your Name.
Thank You, Father, in Jesus's Name for giving seed to the sower and bread to the eater and for multiplying the fruits of our righteousness through Jesus' High Priestly ministry as we abide in His Word and He abides in us. Thank You, Father, that the same Spirit that raised Christ from the dead is dwelling in us, and He's quickening Your provisions to us according to Romans 8, 1Corinthians 12, Galatians 6, and Philippians 1.
We rejoice in the abundance of all things according to Deuteronomy 28 and every corresponding New Testament passage like 2Corinthians 10, Galatians 5, Philippians 4, 1Timothy 6, Hebrews 6, Hebrews 10, Hebrews 12, 1Peter 5, and every other passage that assures us that through faith and patience in joy and rejoicing causes us to inherit what has been promised.
We thank You that the devourer is rebuked for the sake of the tither and the windows of heaven are opened over our every circumstance and situation that we may face. We rejoice in Your mercy and in Your love, holy Father. Thank You for making Christ Jesus our wisdom, righteousness, sanctification, redemption, High Priest, and guarantee of each and every single thing You've ever promised and provided.
We thank You that we cannot be defeated and we will not quit. As we partake of the Bread and Cup of Jesus's Testament, we rejoice that we have overcome all things, that God is our Father, and He dwells in us and walks in us, He's our Dad, and we're His Sons and Daughters. We receive Jesus's Body broken for us, right now, in this Bread. We partake and we do this in remembrance of Him. Thank You, Father, that by this Bread and by this Cup we're participants in the divine nature and have our escape from every temptation. Thank You that we're not lead into temptation but are delivered from evil.
We rejoice in the healing of our bodies and of our relationships that was secured for us through Jesus's broken body. And having now eaten what was broken for us, so that we'd have green pastures, still waters, and one another, we now lift the cup of the New Covenant and we drink this with our Lord Jesus in the Kingdom, rejoicing that we have received all power and authority both in heaven and earth.
We've cast out the devil, spoken with new tongues, nothing has by any means harmed us, we've layed hands on the sick, and they have recovered. In the Name of Lord Jesus, according to what He Alone has said about the situation, we've obtained their recovery by faith, regardless of sight.
We thank You, Father, for making Jesus High Priest to the age after the order of Melchezedec. We receive the Blessing. Our tithe is set before You and we receive Your blessing into our lives from Lord Jesus Who was broken and multiplied into our lives in His resurrection. We have overcome all things and we are the seed of Abraham, possessors of heaven and earth.
Thank You, heavenly Father that death has been defeated, every family is reconciled, and absolutely none lacks their mate. All of our children are taught of the Lord and great is the peace of our children. The Isaiah 54 Covenant of Peace cannot be removed from us. In righteousness we are established, we're far from fear, oppression, and terror.
All of those things fall for our sake because no weapon formed against us will prosper and every tongue that rises against us in judgment is condemned for our sakes IMMEDIATELY because this is our heritage that You've looked upon the travail of Jesus's soul in having brought forth, and this is what You were satisfied with!
We thank You, Father, that sorrow and sighing have fled from us, and that all things are happening in our lives as they were written in Your Book. We thank You, Father, that every need is met and we go forth with the abundance of all things and we feed the nations with our bread and grains just as Elisha multiplied the bread and grains for the hundred he fed in service to You in 2Kings 4:42-44. We've set Your Word before the people this day, Father, and we declare them well fed as well. Thank You, Father, for multiplying their resources and for taking away their sorrow, sighing, and fears because You knew they had need of these things.
Thank You, Father, that every need in the Creation is met according to Your riches in glory by Christ Jesus, as we go forth as Your royal horses in the battle, according to Zechariah's prophecy. Thank You, Father, for removing the iniquity of the land in one day. Thank You, Father, for being a wall of fire around each creature in all of creation, and as all was being torn down in the previous ages according to Jeremiah 31:27-28, now You're just building and planting in this age and in every age to come, according to Jeremiah 31:27-28, Ephesians chapters 1 and 2, and Revelation chapters 21 and 22.
Thank You, Father, in Jesus's Name these aren't end times. These are the beginning of times and You're making all things New. Thank You, Father, that we're saved from our enemies, we serve You without fear in holiness and righteousness before You all of the days of our life, and You've guided our feet into the way of peace. Blessed is the Lord God of Israel, for He has visited and redeemed His people as He spoke by the mouth of His holy prophets, who have been since the world began. Thank You, Father, for performing Your mercy that You promised and for remembering Your Covenant that You've established between us. Amen!