I received this prayer this morning in the form of an email from my sistah in Christ and prayer partner, Kim Coleman; she felt moved to send this to me as well as several other women in response to an invitation from her friend Sonja to join a Prayer Circle of Women! From that invitation this mighty and powerful prayer was birthed from her spirit, God anointed her and it and by sending it blessed those who recieved it! God bless you, Kim!
I am offering this prayer as I know many of our sisters all around the world may be going through something greater than us right now. I want to say to You God that You are Awesome! You are all powerful and knowing of all of our trials, so I know that as I lift this prayer to You today that You will hear and respond in Your time Lord! Please forgive us of our sins Lord. We need Your Grace and Mercy daily Lord! However, Jesus taught us to pray for our daily Bread, and yet Lord without even asking for our daily bread, You have already provided this day and I Thank You for our Daily Bread! I pray for those who are sick physically, mentally and spiritually and I seek Your deliverance and healing for the many who are afflicted in any way. Lord I thank You for allowing me the opportunity to Pray with and for My sisters, those whom I know and don’t know. I lift up Marriage and Family to You Lord for You are the Creator of these unions and they are under great attack. Help us Lord on our jobs and keep the accuser outside of our encampment of angels who You have allowed to be our protectors when the enemy comes to kill, steal and destroy! But God, I wait patiently knowing that no weapon formed against us shall prosper. SO Lord whoever is feeling low right now please lift them up out of their pit as You promised You would. You told us to Cast our Cares on to You for You care for us, so Lord that is all we can do; have faith, watch, wait and pray, knowing that we will see the righteous justified through our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Thank You for giving us a Redeemer in Christ before we were even thought of! Jesus thank You for Your obedience and I just Praise You, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit because I truly know that I would not be here and able to offer this prayer without the guidance and the blessings and the daily order of my steps by You God because I seek You to order my steps each day. I pray for our governments worldwide Lord, I pray that they will seek after You for if they do not they will face Your wrath and judgment. I pray for the militaries and the families who watch as many loved ones do not return home. I pray for those incarcerated wrongfully and for those who don’t know who You are that are incarcerated that they may come to know You. I pray for our children, the sick and the widows. Lord help us to be aware of what we are to do in this life You gave us which is only a vapor. Thank You for comforting those who are weak and mourning their loved ones. Please help us to know when we can help someone that comes in our path. Help us to be led by Your Spirit so we do not respond in the flesh but in the Spirit so that You will be pleased! Help us to display the fruits of the spirit; love, joy , peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control and die to ourselves each day so that we can show Love to all, even those who we feel have hurt or wronged us. Help us to be forgiving as you have forgiven us so that we can walk in healing because we know we are not able to do Your work if we walk in unforgiveness with our fellow sister or brother. We Love You and Bless Your Holy Name. Amen!
I am proud to introduce our guest blogger, Kimberly Coleman! Kim is a wife and mother of four beautiful daughters and a true prayer warrior! Kim is also a talented writer and spoken word artists who has performed on several occasions throughout the city of San Diego. She is a Travel Specialist for the University of California, San Diego and a member of Bethel AME Church. With all that is going on in the world, it's good to know that there are still sistahs that are willing, able, and ready to send up prayers for each other! Thank you, Kim! -Cynthia Carlisle Fields