Salvation

They that call upon the name of the Lord, shall be saved.

Salvation is the free gift of God, given to all who will receive. Salvation is not just a ticket to escape hell, but it has many benefits. You may need to see God’s salvation in the area of your: body, marriage, finance, freedom from addiction or bondage. Salvation consist of everything Jesus purchased on the cross at Calvary. Everything covered in Isaiah 53 is obtained through salvation. Therefore, as you confess with your mouth and believed in your heart to receive Jesus, into your life as your personal Lord and Savior; you will have to confess with your mouth and believe in your heart for salvation to come to any area of need.

When is the day of salvation? Today, is the day of SALVATION!

Just to make it practical here are a few examples:

Father in the name of Jesus, thank you for salvation; I receive the finished work of Christ. Therefore, I receive salvation in the area of my health. Your word declare that you were wounded for my transgressions and bruised for my iniquities and the chastisement of my peace was upon you and with your stripes I am healed. I confess with my mouth and I believe in my heart that I am healed therefore, my mind and body agree with your truth and it manifest as evidence in my life. Thank you, that you are the Lord God that healeth. Thank you, for a cheerful mind that worketh all healings, and a merry heart doeth good like medicine. Be it unto me according to your word.

In Jesus name, I pray……Amen!

Father,

Thank you, that you have given me everything pertaining to life and godliness. Therefore, thank you, that you daily load me with benefits, thank you, that wealth and riches are in my house. Thank you, that the blessing of the Lord maketh rich and adds no sorrow with it. Thank you, for supplying all my needs according to your riches in glory by Christ Jesus. Thank you, that your word declares that you will make all grace abound towards me in every good work. Thank you, that your Word is sure and because I have given, you  will give unto me pressed down shaken together and running over that man shall given unto my bosom. Thank you, because I have honored your principles of giving you have rebuked the devourer for my sake.

In Jesus name,

Amen

Father,

In the name of Jesus, thank you for the truth of your word that declares for me and my house we will serve the Lord, therefore, I call forth my unsaved love ones out of darkness that they may be translated into the kingdom of your Dear SON, thank you that you have called them from afar. No one can come to you accept you draw that, now Father woo them with your loving kindness, give them encounter with you as you did with the woman at the well,  as you did when you visited Saul on the road of Damascus, or when you called (by setting up his encounter with Philip) Nathanael. Encounters with you that can not be refuted, but bring about conversion. Thank you, that you have came to seek and save the lost, and my love one is in that number.

Thank you Lord, for salvation coming to my household, my family, my love ones and friends.

In Jesus name.

Amen

These are just a few examples to get you rolling.

 

Tis the season to be….

         This is the season to be…. jolly. However, in reality this is not everyone truth.

This season can conjure up a few emotions; for some joy, and for others it can be a difficult season. If you know of someone who will be celebrating without a love one, take the time to pick up the phone to reach out to them, send a note or take a trip to their home and let them know that they are not forgotten and you are mindful of them.

There are also families that are suffering financially, and if you have been blessed with much, consider being a blessing to those who are in need. (But you don’t need me to tell you that, right?) It doesn’t matter the size of the gift but the impact it will make on the receiver.

Let’s put the reason back into the season. I know it’s good to receive gifts but Christ came as a gift that brings good tidings to all. We all heard the saying, it’s better to give than receive take note from the three wise men that came bearing gifts to present to the new born Jesus. Don’t forget about Jesus: Jesus came into the world to bring the gift of salvation and reconciliation, let it not get trampled in the festivities of commercialism. May you and your family keep Jesus in the center of the season?

The greatest gift you can give this season is….first and foremost Jesus… the gift of yourself…love and time. When it’s all said and done; when the gifts is stripped of its wrapping, the bulbs and decorations is packed away in its bin until next season; the memories will out live the moment.

Enjoy the time you have with one another and be thankful

Merry Christmas,

Danietra

Pray for…all

Give to those in need

Be thankful for what you have

Be grateful for what you get

Be mindful of others

Enjoy the moments

Create Memories

Back From A Hiatus and I been thinking

Hello,

I’m back and with a vengeance! Initially, my break came by way of my granny getting ill and we were making hospital runs. Praise God for the power of prayer and the healing hand of God. I seen the power of God move in a way that I have never before in this personal setting. My granny is 82 and was having complication breathing. She went to the hospital for the same matter back in March. However, this time the trip was much more awakening, that time with her is of essence and more precious now than ever.

With Mother’s Day approaching this Sunday, it causes me to reflect on her very presence in my life. My Granny has been a very intricate role in our life; she was there to pick up the pieces when life for us fell apart. She has housed numerous of her grandchildren, we all have lived with her at some point even housing multiple families at once, in addition to taking in and raising children that was grafted into the family through marriage and raising them as she did with her own, never showing partiality.

This is the woman that came to mind when I saw her laying upon a hospital bed with IV, tubes and an oxygen mask that supported her breathing. Upon walking into the situation, the room was filled with family members weeping, and from the position of walking in I could see why, but, faith said otherwise. I couldn’t allow the dictation of what I saw over-ride what I heard. When we got the call, that they were taking her in fear attempted to crept in because they made it seems that it was the end; but after I shook off the fear I asked, God “What You say, live or die? If, he would have said the latter then I was prepared to accept it, but in my spirit I heard LIVE and that settled it. Therefore, my mission when headed to the room was praying to see Lazarus raised but when getting there I felt how Jesus, did when he went into the house of Jairus, people reporting doom, mourning and weeping. I couldn’t put them out literally, so I had to close my mind to there attendance and believe what I had heard and began praying in the Spirit. Praying in the Spirit is essential period but especially beneficial when you don’t know what to pray. Yielding to the Holy Spirit is more profitable than attempting to conjure up some well heartfelt but ineffective renderings.  Please understand it is important to know when and allow the Chief Intercessor to flow through you. It is always beneficial. I knew not what to pray and relied on the one who did. I am in no way saying that my prayer alone brought the power of God on the scene but, I do know that the effectual fervent prayer of the righteous man availeth much and coming into agreement with all the others who were praying availed much more power! 

This situation has revealed something about me that still perplex me about FAITH, my faith that is. It’s funny because I experience it in various other situations and I believe it’s because I am an intercessor. There are certain times, situations and problems that my faith is charged, engaged for the battle of warfare and understand my authority in the situation. I find this behavior is so, when there is life threatening situation, when someone is faced with marital issues, praying for the salvation of someone, so on and so forth. The operative word here is when I am in battle for someone, some situation, or something that has taken place on the news in the world. At these times I have seen the results of answered prayer but then on the other hand when I am engaged in battle for myself, the answers seem to be more distant than instant; the process of time seems to be more drawn out, which in turn effect the way I perceive my authority and baffles me that breakthroughs are happening on one front and halt on another. I thought I was alone until talking to my cousin who brought up the same point during our conversation.

Which bring me to ask you? Are there times in your prayer walk that you’ve seen answers when praying on the behalf of others and in your own life the answer seem to take longer and have you ever pondered why and what was  the answer revealed to you why? Please use the comment section to chime in and help me understand.

 PS: I have downloaded the WordPress  app for android and attempted to use it as a way to keep up on post but to no avail, for some reason I keep getting an error messages when I attempt to publish post.

Also, I have been contemplating about life, direction and this new season; that’s part two of my absence. I have had a few comments and I appreciate the kind words and the encouragement to post more. I will indeed work out the kinks with my wordpress app and/or phone, so that even if I can’t do a full post, I can publish a verse, word of encouragement or quote.

Thank you for taking the time to stop by.

Be Inspired,

Danietra