• October 26, 2017 /  Uncategorized

    This fourth watch is always important because this is the last watch of the night.
    When we choose to arise and pray before/as the sun comes up we are
    setting the tone for the day ahead.
    This prayer watch sets our day in motion before it “officially” begins.
    It is during this time that we command our morning.
    Psalm 49:14 “In the morning the godly will rule over them.”
    Job 38:12 “I command the morning to take hold of the ends of the earth and shake the wicked out of it.”
    Psalm 143:8 “I receive Your lovingkindness every morning.”
    Psalm 58:8 “Let Your light break forth in my life as the morning.”
    Psalm 110:3 “Release the beauty of Your holiness from the womb of the morning.”

    It was during this time of the morning that the Israelites were delivered from slavery in Egypt. Exodus 12 and 14.

    This is also the time Jesus walked on the water to help the disciples who were caught in the storm. Matthew 14:25-33.

    A Great Time to Declare God’s Word

    “God watches over His Word to perform it.”  Jeremiah 1:12
    When we pray, the Lord hears our prayers and sends
    His angels to work on our behalf.
    Pray scriptures for angelic intervention.
    Pray God to continue to direct your steps.
    Pray divine protection throughout your day.
    Remember to ask for others as they are about
    to embark on their new day.

    Come against any demonic conspiracies that have risen up
    against you during the night. Deuteronomy 28:7

    Declare God’s mighty plan to prosper you and to give you success. Jeremiah 29:11

    Meditate on Scriptures regarding God’s favor over you. Psalm 30:15, Genisis 6:8, Psalm 90:17, Psalm 84:11

    Set your face like flint for this new glorious day. Isaiah 50:7

    Then stand still and watch and see what the Lord shall do!
    Exodus 14:13

    Posted by kimbwaterman @ 9:41 pm

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