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intercessory prayer From: David Dawson 09 Oct 2013 (10:53)
Intercessory prayer
1) its not about you or how you feel. Or about your own body or soul. ITS about ur Spirit and the Holy Spirit linking together to intercede for others as the Holy Spirit guides us in to all truths and we present our petitions to Our Saviour and Mediator who is sitted at the right hand side of the Father bringing our prayers before God our Father.
2) Intercessory prayer can also be achieved and uttered in any situation or circumstance and can be spontaneous and is not
always dependant being 'prayed up' or whether you feel
holy. Being spirit filled, Bible believing born again Christian we can pray and intercede at any time anywhere At work in
hospital on the streets or when ever an emergency crops up. Like Paul on a sinking boat
3) Two other and important ways prayer can be achieved
a) In your own personal closet. A PLACE where u you cannot leave until you know in your heart your prayer are finished.This takes a deep relationship and commitment of undying love for the Lord
b) communal intecessory prayer. Again requires spirit filled prayer warriors with the same objective with love for thy neighbour. To intercede for them the sick the nation Isreal as the Holy Spirit guides..
Sadly some prayer warriors including my self get perturbed when no one else wants to commit themselves to intercessory prayer for more than 1/2 hr. There is always a distraction. The Lord desires for us to pray unceasingly there are so many hurting souls and situations that need prayer
We know Father is omniscience and sovereign over all and doesnt need our prayers. But that aint the point its about love for one another and to love thy neighbour as thy self. And having a personal talking relationship with the King of Kings ..How much do we miss when we rely on our own understandings.
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I like this  From: pauline Tait 09 Oct 2013 (11:24)
Put across very well

interceding for others  From: June Ritchie 12 Oct 2013 (11:44)
yes its an exciting experience and a duty for all the disciples who truly know Christ. For twenty four hours have involved with interceding for the Glasgow BMF weekend seminar meetings. The first night was all in the Holy Spirit prayers. and request for people who I know will be there. But then The Lord seems to have lifted me up higher since Jim departed to it and for the last twenty four hours it has been Praise and worship singing but prayerfully on their behalf. The presence of God in it all has been truly astounding and awesome as I sensed His presence not just drawing me near to Himself but actually putting me into that hotel where the men are all staying. I just know that the Holy Ghost will be moving dramatically there today and my spirit feels so light on it. many requests have gone up as Ive ministered to the Lord so cant wait for Jim to come home and tell me all about it tomorrow I dont feel at all lonely because I just know God is doing something good for many who are there. Just want God to make it real and lasting for when they all separate to their towns, cities and nations since it is a wide thing nationally. AMEN

in His Presence  From: David Dawson 13 Oct 2013 (10:53)
Dear sister ptl how much joy there is to be in the presence of the Lord.. although Paul suffered with a pain in his side and much of it became unbearable he wanted to go home. It just wasnt this affliction, it was his desire to be with his beloved Saviour to feel the awesomness of His Love His Glory His Eternity His Precious Blood covering him and each one of us and to be in the Presence of Father our God..
How blessed are we who shelter under His wing..

Jim my dear servant our June like u had a Glory time.. allelujah
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Oh bless you dave thats so encouraging  From: June Ritchie 14 Oct 2013 (16:25)
of course it didnt end there went on all saturday evening and in the early Sunday hours God began to speak knowledge into the prayer worship times to show what requests should go up. Astoundingly in very clear words He spoke of wanting to present himself as the God of restoration on Sunday to them and showed me some of the areas that men were troubled in. That was awesome too. I am still getting the feedback from it so the blessings continue also an offer came to visit a BMF man in Buckinghamdshire which is very exciting thing and an answer to my own break request so now we have to put ourselves before Him so He will make a way for us. Perhaps the convention miracles are not over yet! LOL. I believed God as he told me that yesterday would be a day of great things for the men. Then He spoke of showing receiving faith by holding the open hand out to receive and then to close it and place the gift within the heart so i did with praises another lovely moment. Soon after that I arose and found myself singing to encourage the men to 'Swing wide the gates and let the King come in!' What a weekend. How rich are the intercessors when they are obedient to His guidance. But its a closet ministry which not a lot of folks are too fond of. I just want to encourage any or all for its a lovely ministry and has been with me for over forty years! This is surely the right time for it dont ya think dear friend. blessings junex
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understanding the closet  From: David Dawson 16 Oct 2013 (11:23)
Were so blessed wen we enter into His presence where we can experience and use the Holy Ghost filled gifts, especially the gift of 'tongues' how glorious, and how priveleged we are having these awesome gifts being bestowed upon us. How marvelous how wonderful being in the Presence of God Almighty.
We are so rich more richer than a Suadi prince.we have so much treasure even the queen of sheba and the queen of england would be jealous.
Sadly many cant grasp the joy of having a one to one with the King of Kings . Some Christians think leadership have the monoply on praying. Many have been groomed by religious liturgy and there is only set times to pray, or they have to make an appointment to pray
I know it saddens the Fathers heart when people dont yet fully understand that He is a living God He is personal he despises it when born again believers refer Him as a third person, as though he wasn't there
He weeps wen religious talk about Him as a bygone diety and still look at Him as a dead person a cross.
Lord have mercy upon us.
Help those who desire to seek you face to face and find the greatest treasure of all.
thank you J&J
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He doesn't weep  From: pauline Tait 16 Oct 2013 (23:58)
There are no tears in heaven

tears  From: David Dawson 18 Oct 2013 (12:20)
How true there is no tears for the redeemed thankyou Jesus for turning our tears to joy. And no doubt angels and Father rejoice when a los soul repents and recieves Jesus Christ His only Begotten Son as their Saviour
Does God cry in heaven we know Jesus wept.and in Gen 6v5-6: Jer14v17-19: Isa 53 v10: Isa 63v9: are some Scripture relating to God crying tearful weeping

I looked it up your right I'm wrong  From: pauline Tait 18 Oct 2013 (16:07)

There Are Tears In Heaven





By Daymond Duck

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Church members often say there are no tears in heaven, but that’s not quite correct. In John’s vision in heaven, he said, “And I saw in the right hand of him that sat on the throne a book written within and on the backside, sealed with seven seals. And I saw a strong angel proclaiming with a loud voice, Who is worthy to open the book, and to loose the seals thereof? And no man in heaven, nor in earth, neither under the earth, was able to open the book, neither to look thereon. And I wept much, because no man was found worthy to open and to read the book, neither to look thereon. And one of the elders saith unto me, Weep not: behold, the Lion of the tribe of Juda, the Root of David, hath prevailed to open the book, and to loose the seven seals thereof” (Rev. 5:1-5). John cried many tears in heaven.

Most Church members get heaven mixed up with New Jerusalem. The New Jerusalem is not heaven. New Jerusalem will come down out of heaven to the new earth. It is that special place that Jesus is preparing for His bride (the Church). Our Lord will do away with (or reverse) the curse that resulted from the sin of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden (Gen. 2:16; 3:16-19). Because of sin Adam had to work and Eve experienced pain in childbirth. Both probably sorrowed over the death of their child and both aged and died.

Concerning this issue, John said, “And I saw a new heaven and a new earth: for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away; and there was no more sea. And I John saw the holy city, new Jerusalem, coming down from God out of heaven, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband. And I heard a great voice out of heaven saying, Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men, and he will dwell with them, and they shall be his people, and God himself shall be with them, and be their God. And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away” (Rev. 21:1-4). Tears have to exist there before God can wipe them away.

It won’t be that way in the New Jerusalem. Isaiah caught a vision of the new heaven and the new earth. He said the former things won’t be remembered in the new heaven and the new earth (Isa. 65:17).

This can be linked to something that Isaiah said about Jerusalem during the Millennium. He said people will live longer and not weep during the Millennium (Isa. 65:18-20). God will see that His people don’t cry on earth during the Millennium. So this writer believes He will eventually help His people in the New Jerusalem so that they do not remember or weep over their loved ones who did not make it.
http:// www.raptureready.com/featured/duck/dd33.html

Error  From: pauline Tait 18 Oct 2013 (16:09)
So then I have believed there are no tears in heaven for 20+ years I don't read Revelation much as it happens I wonder how many other things I have held fast to that are simply a misconception

redeemed  From: David Dawson 19 Oct 2013 (12:24)
Thank you for this enlightening discussion. But I pray it will encourage readers to enter into here closets. .It becomes harder and harder to find time we have pressure and demands from the work place, within the home and school.
All of this enthrals satan he doesnt want us to have one to one with our Lord..and Saviour
No doubt we all have experienced some of satans antics such as telepone ringing, we have been groomed to assume its an emergency..or we get thirsty or hungry.
Neighbours, salesperson or family can knock on the front door to distract us, again we respond thinking its urgent..
Then we have our own mind battles or we dont know what to say running out of prayer after 10minutes..
Before we enter into that special place of prayer and intercession in our closet there is some prep work to sort out.
The answer is find some where isolated swtch pones off turn the food off on the cooker swtch your door bell off. If neccesary take a glass of water and a bisuit, paper pen your Bible and a hanky with you.
The most important thing is to praise and worship God use the gift of tongues be patient and be silent and listen to what the Lord has to say to you whether for you personally or for the church or for certain situations world wide But enjoy being in the presence of the Lord. The Holy Spirit will guide you And will help you to to intercede to places people and situations we dont really know about...Thank you Father
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Finding Sanctuary  From: pauline Tait 19 Oct 2013 (17:54)
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re book  From: David Dawson 19 Oct 2013 (22:43)
thank u for the book advise