Arise Most High God and let your enemies be scattered. As the wind is blown away so let your enemies flee from before you. As wax melts before the fire, so let your enemies be done away with, Almighty God.
Father, forgive us our iniquities and the sins we have committed against you. Sickness and death is on the rise, but because of the righteous in the land, have mercy on the whole world that we would not be consumed by the spirit of infirmity and death.
In Africa, Asia, Americas, Europe, Australia…. all the continents let your enemies be defeated! May the spirit of infirmity that abounds and the corona virus plague that is ravaging your creation be overcome, O Mighty God! The powers of oppression and control in nations are also on the rise in the midst of other afflictions. Come and deliver us Mighty One, as you did in times of old.
Open the eyes of our understanding that people will know in these challenging times that they are like grasshoppers and the flowers that are here today and gone tomorrow, for we are nothing without you, Most High God. May people hunger and thirst for you in this time, let their souls say “Yahweh is my salvation” and turn from their wicked ways.
Come as the consuming fire that you are.We cry for mercy, many are your people, young and old that are consumed by the spirit of infirmity and death in our day. As a Man of War come and deliver us, O Mighty One!
We are weak and have nowhere to turn, but to you. O God our Elohim, the one and only God!
“Unto you I lift up my eyes, O You who dwell in the heavens. Behold, as the eyes of servants look to the hand of their masters, as the eyes of a maid to the hand of her mistress, so our eyes look to the LORD our God, until you have mercy on us…” (1)
You are the God we trust as our only healer and refuge. Thank you for hearing our prayer for you said that if the people who are called by your name will humble themselves, seek your face, turn from their wicked ways, you will hear from heaven, forgive our sins and heal our land.
In Yeshua’s mighty name we have prayed. Amen
Scriptural inspiration: Psalm 68, 2 Chronicles 6:14. Quote – Psalm 123:1-2