Has your confidence in God’s promises for your life or for someone that you are praying for been shaken to the core? Has the bad news thrown you into an abysmal pit of discouragement and hopelessness?
There is a song in heaven being sung right now, and it will be sung throughout all eternity. It is the Song of all Songs. It is the Song of the Lamb of God, who was slain on our behalf to redeem us back to God by His own precious blood.
Last week, I shared with you how the top 10 Israelite leaders partnered in their hearts with the spirits of fear and discouragement, igniting a ferocious wildfire, as they spoke out their darkened perceptions about the Promised Land.
Have you heard some fear-filled discouraging words lately? Are these words circling around in your mind one more time, dominating your thoughts? Are these words making their way out of your mouth, affecting you and the world around you? Are these words determining your destiny?
You may love to hear that in Jesus all the promises of God are “YES”! (2 Cor. 1:20) However, in order to possess God’s promises, your promised land, as revealed by the Word of God it takes great strength and courage to say “yes” back to Him and to walk out and persevere in your “yes” despite all the opposition, danger, hardship, or extreme difficulty that you may face.
As Camarillo Healing Room begins its 13th year of ministering to God’s people primarily through prayer, I heard God speak to my heart a clear directive for this year: “Teach My people to pray.”