Saturday August 31, 2013 “Teachers”

The Bible reveals that those who teach and lead will be held to a high level of accountability.  The teachers of our children have an awesome responsibility to shape the minds and hearts of the young Americans we call students.  A good teacher is patient and kind treating each student as an individual.  Teachers do … Continue reading

Sunday September 1, 2013 “God’s Presence in School”

  Before we begin our prayers of agreement concerning our three prayer focuses let me share with you details of a Patriot’s Day Prayer Walk on September 11, 6-7pm in Fairfax City, VA.  We will gather at Woody’s Ice Cream Shoppe at 10435 North Street and proceed toward George Mason University and then return to … Continue reading

Friday, August 30, 2013 “Prayer and Provision”

In a day of spiritual bankruptcy in Israel a woman by the name of Hannah desired a son in her barrenness.  She promised God if you give me the child, I will give him back to you – which she did.  God’s gift to Hannah was Samuel who grew up in the Priest Eli’s house … Continue reading

Thursday August 29, 2013 “Classmates”

Jonathan, son of King Saul of Israel and David had the best relationship one could imagine. They were willing to risk it all to protect each other and fulfill God’s purposes on the earth.  Jonathan’s sacrificial lifestyle and encouragement toward David enabled him to become the second King of Israel.   May our prayers today … Continue reading

Wednesday August 28, 2013 “Classmates and Teachers”

  Daniel and the three Hebrew children were in the heathen land of Babylon where they were taught and prepared to glorify God in a land where the one true God was not worshiped.  The teachers could see the hand of God upon these young men and how God’s favor rested upon them when they … Continue reading

Tuesday August 27, 2013 “Peaceful Hearts at School”

  In the Book of Genesis there is a story about Joseph, son of Jacob.  Through unfortunate circumstances he was taken into a man’s house as a mere slave.  He was then lied about there and sent to a prison.  There Joseph was able to remain peaceful in His heart about the circumstances.  The iron … Continue reading

Monday August 26, 2013 “School Days”

Many apprehensive parents have/will be sending children off to school.  Kindergarten, elementary, high school, college –  all present times of special faith and prayer as children must be released into new seasons of learning and preparation for God’s will being done in each precious child’s life.    Jochabed, Moses’ mother recognized that her child was … Continue reading

Saturday August 24, 2013 “A Man Imprisoned”

1 Kings 22:27 “and say, ‘Thus says the king: “Put this fellow in prison, and feed him with bread of affliction and water of affliction, until I come in peace.”  Hated, mocked and now imprisoned because he spoke the truth.  Micaiah was bound but God’s Word was not bound.  The word of God is like … Continue reading

Sunday August 25, 2013 Weekly Prayer Focus and Points of Agreement

6pm – 9pm in all Time Zones – Welcome to this time of intercession for America and the cities that make up this great land.  Please take 15 minutes or longer to pray for the 3 prayer points this evening. This past week we looked at the Prophet Micaiah’s experience of life proclaiming truth to … Continue reading

Friday August 23, 2013 “A Man Mocked”

  Yesterday we saw that Micaiah was hated because of his stand for truth.  Today we will see he was also mocked for his belief.  1 Kings 22:24 “Now Zedekiah the son of Chenaanah went near and struck Micaiah on the cheek, and said, “Which way did the spirit from the Lord go from me … Continue reading