Back during my college days, I used to go to Tulane University College football games in the New Orleans Superdome. I don’t know if any place knows how to have a better time partying than the people in New Orleans. From the start of the game to the last touch down, the place was just as lively at the start of the game as it was at the end of the game – win or lose. Now if in the natural thousands of football fans can come together to bring life to a football game surely in the supernatural realm through the power of prayer in prayer meetings, we can bring life to all the people who are walking in their trespasses and sin. Jesus said that he came to give us life and that more abundantly. As we pray throughout the world to the giver of life for those who need salvation, have lost hope, feel forgotten and who don’t know their purpose, I believe that eyes will become open, shackles will be removed and people will be saved, healed, delivered and set free. I remember doing the wave at the games and when this was done, the football team would begin to play with vigor and determination. Well now I’m asking prayer warriors throughout the land to get on one accord and do a spiritual wave so that when we do the wave in the spirit through prayer with vigor and determination, we can wave away the bondages that people are experiencing, the wrong thoughts people are having, the anger and bitterness that people are walking in, the selfish and stingy attitude that people need to be done with. I’m reminded of how in the Book of Joshua how the children of Israel sowed seed towards their harvest and the life God wanted for them as they walked around the walls of Jericho until walls fell down. That truly was something to shout about because behind those walls was their promise, their inheritance and their breakthrough – the fruit of their labor. As we pray for the harvest of souls that need to receive their promise, their inheritance and their breakthrough, the fruit of our labor will be that people will begin to be loosed from generational curses and strongholds, they will be able to think good and right thoughts, they will begin to have compassion for each other and demonstrate love, they will begin to give cheerfully and willingly and ultimately live life abundantly. Let’s not let the world out do us in serving the devil than we do in serving each other as we petition God on behalf of others to bring about life in their situations through Jesus Christ.
”Beaten, bruised and battered, it seemed like all hope was shattered; but for this the giver of life was sown, so let His story be known.”