When Prayer Becomes Intercession Sam and Liza Lewis
Learning to Hear the Voice of the Good Shepherd
Pray in the Ruach on every occasion, with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, keep alert with perseverance and supplication for all the kedoshim. – Ephesians 6:18, TLV
We find ourselves in a time in history like no other. There have been countless others who have felt the very same way for the time and season they found themselves in. A repeated pattern throughout history emerges about the urgency of responding to the calling and anointing that Adonai has placed on us within.
The heart of intercession is the desire to align with the heart and mind of the Messiah. His will be done is the first and the foremost petition that springs forth from the daily renewed mind. These past few years since coming into our calling as a congregational leadership couple at Shoresh David, we have found that intercession is not just helpful, but essential to our survival in this role as leaders … and even, just as laborers in the Kingdom.
During this time the LORD gave us a vision of a forest fire and told us that the season we were in was like a fire burning away everything that was dead; everything that was not of LORD.
Read the full article here: May ’22 Issue 9