It is our prayer at HEART, that you live your life abundantly. For JESUS came that we have life – life more abundantly. In the NAME of JESUS, know that no matter what you are facing that “…All things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.” (Ro. 8:28) Therefore we have this confidence that OUR HEAVENLY FATHER is working our situation for the good, and our life is lived according to GOD’s holy and perfect purpose. Nothing is too hard for GOD OUR FATHER. Nothing shall separate us from the love of GOD, which is in CHRIST JESUS OUR LORD. (Ro. 8:35-39) All we have to do is call upon GOD in the midst of our distress, and HE will answer us and show us great and mighty things which we know not. (Jer. 33:1-3)
Adoration & Acknowledgement
Our Father, God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Abba, God of Deacon Charlie Miller, Pastor A.G. Preuitt, Bishop Albert Moore, and Pastor Avance Harden. Our Heavenly Father who has been our dwelling place from generation to generation - thou alone art God. We come to you, Father God in the mighty, matchless, majestic and marvelous name of Jesus Christ. We come to you acknowledging that we all have sinned and come short of your glory, for you alone are worthy of all of the glory, honor, and praise. We come acknowledging that you are God and that you are God alone. We worship you because you are most worshipful, and we praise you for all that you have and have not done.
We stretch our hands unto you, Father for no other help we know. If thou wilt withdraw thyself from us, whither shalt we go. We confess that we have sinned against you and you alone. We pray for strength to be crucified to this world, that we no longer be fascinated or compromised by it. Heavenly Father, give us the conviction to come out from among unbelievers with whom we are unequally yoked. We rebuke fellowship ties with unrighteousness. We no longer seek communion of light with darkness. As Christians, we confess that we must break our soul ties with all things of Belial. As the temples of the living God, we find disagreement with idols and secrets cloaked in darkness. We ask that you cleanse us your temples, that you may abide within us. We come out from among and separate ourselves from filthiness, that we be not conformed to this world. Be our Father-God, receive us as your sons and daughters. (2 Cor. 6:14-18) We confess our sins unto you knowing that you are faithful and just to forgive us of our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness. (I John 1:9)
We thank you for neither dealing with us according to our transgressions nor rewarding our iniquity. We thank you for access and salvation through our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We thank you for grace, mercy, joy and peace. We thank you for guidance and hope. We thank you for restoration and renewed strength, that we may stand strong in witness of your ever-loving mercies. We thank you for our families, friends and "confused friends" (foes) alike as we commend them into your care. We thank you, and we praise you in that we can call you Master as well as faithful Father and friend.
We pray for your grace which is sufficient for us to love our neighbors as ourselves. It is on their behalf that we come to you now, we commend to your care:
The saved and unsaved, Israel, nations global leaders, national & local leadership, Armed Forces Service Members and their families, our enemies, first responders, medical practioners, teachers, students, affordable and accessible medical care and housing, the sicks and shut-in (especially those living with HIV/AIDS, cancer survivors, diabetics, and those with special needs), the LGBTQA community, the captive (by war, prison, drugs and depression), the homeless, the naked, the hungry, The Church (pastors, preachers, deacons, ministry helps, missionaries, all of our Sisters and Brothers in the Body of Christ), the legacy of our ancestors, the promise of the current and future generations, the Harden & Hardnetts, the Millers, Pastor Dr. E T Knight, Pastor H H Lusk, Pastor Gunns, Pastor Durley, the Laurays, the Cunninghams, the Carpenters, the Carringtons, the Peeples, the Moores, the Bosticks, the Chaneys, the Obamas, the McCains, the Clintons, the Wilders, the Hogans, the Jones, the Ponds, the Hands, the Wilkersons, the Maffetts, the Ruiz family, the Calloways, the Smalls, the Arringtons, the Kilpatricks, the Grimes, the Duncans, the Mcbath family, the Glovers, the Johnsons, the Moss Family, the Greathouse family, the Davis family, the Warrens, the Taylors, the Wrights, the Cottons, the Canons, the Carters, the Taylors, the Wests, the Larues, the Wests, the Bryants, the Burtons, the Williams, the Masons, the Henrys, the Grahams, the Mikells, the Todds, the Housers, the Smiths, the Wilsons, the Pinckneys, the Dunns, the Fridays, the Hudsons, the Whitakers, the Starks, the Ransons, Hargraves, the Shepherds, tthe Preuitts, the Clays, the Kings, the Smalls, the Troys, the Trimbles, the Hogans, the Palmores, the Pyatts, the Bynums, the Weekes, the Pierces, the Quesenbury Family, the Jacobs, the Mays, the Diggs, the Perez family, the Sanders, the Mishoes, Monterey Peninsula (CA), Detroit, DC, Hampton Roads, Atlanta, Baghdad, Darfur, Kabul, Baltimore, Salt Lake City, New Orleans, and many more. We also pray blessings upon Eber Memorial Baptist, First Baptist of Sioux City, Trinity United Church of Christ, Providence Baptist, Friendship Baptist, Macedonia Baptist Church, 1st Renaissance Baptist Church, Voices of Faith, Shepherd's Rest Baptist, Solid Rock Baptist, St. Paul's Baptist, Bethel Baptist, New Bethel Baptist, New Hope Baptist, The Crystal Cathedral, Calvary Evangelical, Calvary Revival, Temple Baptist, Grove Baptist, El-Shaddai Baptist, Christian Faith Baptist Temple, Mt. Carmel Baptist, Victory in Jesus, Second Calvary Baptist, New Zion Baptist, Saddleback Church, Bethesda Ministries International, Antioch Baptist, MLK International Chapel, Morehouse, HEART, Hampton Roads Minister's Conference, Georgia Tech, The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Balm in Gilead, Samaritan's Purse, Red Cross, Council of Baptist Pastors Detroit and Vicinity, national denominational bodies, and hospitals and educational institutions of higher learning (public, private, and HBCUs especially Morehouse, Georgia Tech, Naval Postgraduate School, ODU, Virginia Tech, and Regent University) that provide hope to those working to secure a brighter future.
To you Father God be the glory, honor, and power forevermore. In the Name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, we pray and shout for victory! Amen.