Praying Without Partisanship – Part 1
“In the Old Testament, Daniel, Joseph, and Esther served terrible kings, yet they each received revelation from God to fix a social, political, and/or economic problem for those evil kings. And they let the king take the credit! They interceded for those very human kings and found favor with them. They were each welcomed with the royal scepter of receptivity in order to share God’s solution with their leaders. In each case, the nation was saved, together with God’s people. We need to pray for all men – for those we like and those we don’t like. The devil will lie to us to divide us. We typically see Caucasians favoring one political party and candidate, and other ethnic groups favoring another. The upcoming Pray in Unity project, beginning Friday, 9/28, desires to bring us together to pray fervently for all of our political leaders. Let’s trust God for an extraordinary miracle!” (Ed Silvoso)1
“Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.” (Romans 12:21; NASB)
Give Him 15 minutes in prayer:
- Humble yourself and ask God to prepare your heart to pray in unity with Believers from many streams as we pray in unity beginning this Friday.
- Say, “The enemy will not rule over the Church! We will pray in unity!”
- Ask God to raise up godly leaders for the United States, both spiritual and governmental.
- Call forth an army of intercessors declaring, “Kingdom of God, come! Will of God in America, be done!”
A prayer you can pray:
Father, we want to pray with clean hands and pure hearts, so that we may lead quiet and tranquil lives. We say that the enemy will not prosper, but that Your purposes will come to pass in this nation. Raise up godly leaders. Raise up spiritual leaders who will walk alongside political leaders on both sides of the fence. Raise up that army of intercessors to pray until we see Your Kingdom come in the governmental arena of our nation, our states, and our cities. This we pray in the name that is above all names—Jesus. Amen.
Christ’s Body will learn to pray in unity for our nation.
1 Learn more about Ed Silvoso here.