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A good place to begin an article on the Ministry of Intercession is Isaiah 26:20, "Come, my people, enter your rooms, and close your doors behind you; Hide for a little while until indignation runs its course." Hindi pa dati familiar ang salitang "lockdown" sa atin, pero noon pa man, kapag may problema, dinadala agad ito sa Panginoon. Intercession is not done in front of the people, but in the inner rooms, our ‘prayer closets.’

Intercessors serve as ‘Security Guards’ in the church. In Isaiah 62:6-7 it says: " On your walls, O Jerusalem, I have posted watchmen; they will never be silent day or night. You who call on the Lord shall take no rest for yourselves.” In the NLT, v. 7 reads this way: "Give the Lord no rest until He completes His work, until He makes Jerusalem the pride of the earth." In the Cathedral of the King, we never stop praying. We surround the church, its leadership, and its members, especially the sick and needy (whether spiritually, emotionally, physically, financially, or materially) with God’s hedge of protection. We never give up until the physical manifestation of God's power is seen.

We need to pray for a revival in the church, where people are seen coming back to God. Intercessors grieve before the Holy Spirit! God is calling for weepers and warriors. We may have a good and beautiful building, but without the power of God what good would it be? We must give the Lord no rest until the divine edict is fulfilled. They that sow in tears shall reap with joy! We grieve with those who grieve and rejoice with those who rejoice.

The secret to the success of the apostles was the power of the Holy Spirit. They were weepers and warriors! It was their lifestyle. So we invite you: Get involved in the Ministry of Intercession! You may send us a message for more information. . . . . . #COTK #CEC


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