YOU ARE SAFE
Psalms 121:7-8 – The LORD will keep you from all harm — he will watch over your life; the LORD will watch over your coming and going both now and forevermore. (NIV)
The devil is the mastermind of any form of evil. When evil occurs, there are always two sets of people. They are the victim and the victor. I pray for you that even when it is a second to tragedy, God’s angels shall make a victorious way of escape for you, in Jesus’ name.
There was a story about a young man who got married two weeks before a plane crash. After sitting on the flight, he took a photo of himself and sent it to his wife, only for her to read about the disaster moments later. On the other hand, another man missed the same flight because of traffic gridlock. If not for the road congestion, the man would have died in the plane crash.
Beloved, many evils have been planned to unfold, but as today’s Bible reading says, God, who has promised to protect you, shall keep His word. Therefore, your duty is to stay alert in prayer. Prayer helps transform God’s Word into reality and Christ’s blood into assurance. And so, I decree that every mark of death placed on you is wiped out by the blood of Jesus. This week, any disaster on land, air, or sea will not befall you and your family. You will not be suddenly cut off from the living because you are a victor, in Jesus’ name.
Hymn: Nothing but the Blood of Jesus — Robert Lowry (1876)
1. Father, please delete my name and those of my loved ones from the book of disaster.
1. Activite the efficacy in the blood of Jesus by praying on all that concerns you.
2. Spend quality time praying in tongues. You and your family are exempted from all alarms.
3. Please intercede for the victims of any tragedy and for families going through problems.
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