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Animals > Prayer For Those Easily Offended By The Hosea 2:18 Covenant

By Martin Cisneros

Father, in the Name of Jesus, open the eyes, hearts, and minds of those who would have been offended by both Christian vegans and this Biblical covenantal perspective regarding animals in the lives and world view of Christians previous to Your opening their eyes, hearts, and minds to it. Bring maturity to the Body of Christ so we can stand complete in all of Your will regarding the Hosea 2:18 Covenant without doubting.

Remove the fear and offense of this Covenant in the Blood of Christ and simplify for people's minds ideas of animals being eternal beings and likewise having promises of redemption from God. Increase the capacity of people to love an animal who wouldn't otherwise and fill their hearts with questions about the origins and destinies of beloved animals and cause them on their own to seek out the knowledge of this Covenant You have with every living thing.

Show a larger percentage of people Your interventions in the lives of animals in the form of guidance, miracles, supernatural protection and supernatural provision for them that occurs billions of times on a daily basis everywhere. Show them Your work with the conscience of every living being.

Father, in Jesus' Name, glorify Your Name through this Hosea 2:18 Covenant. Thank You, Father, for being faithful and just to keep the Hosea 2:18 Covenant to the thousandth generation. Amen!


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