Praying the Book of Isaiah, Ch 4 & 5

Chapter 4 & 5:

Lord, we pray that you create upon every dwelling place of Mount Zion,
upon every household in Breath of the Spirit Ministries, upon her
assemblies, a cloud and smoke by day and the shining of a flaming fire
by night.  For your word promises that upon all the Glory shall be a
defense and a Tabernacle for a shadow in the daytime; from the heat and
for a place of refuge and a cover from storm and rain.

Lord, We Thank You and Praise You for this Glorious Covering You have given us! And for Your Heavenly Refuge and Protection!

Sing unto us a song of touching Your vineyard, fence us in LORD, and gather out the stones, establish Your winepress within our spirit, heart, mind, body & soul

Look and we will bring forth grapes, good grapes and not wild…

Do not take away Your Hedge of Protection, Do not take down Your Walls from around us… and we shall remain and lock the doors behind us.

We purpose in our hearts to be taught, to be teachable, to be discipled, to do and to hear… with love,

We shall not be moved…

We decree and declare that as Your People

We will have knowledge and not captivity.

We Thank You LORD, that Your Honorable men and women are full and satisfied and

Your multitudes are well watered in our houses, in our land and in our sanctuary. LORD, We exalt You in Our Houses and only You shall be exalted in judgment and sanctified in righteousness. Open our eyes, increase our discernment that may we never be among those that call evil good and good evil, that put darkness for light and light darkness,

We cast down all pride and haughtiness, We command our flesh to be humble, yielded, still, Create a right spirit within us, that we are not wise in our own eyes, and prudent in our own sight…

We will not put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.

We pray that all God’s people are not deceived by the thoughts and the cares of this world to think themselves wise in their own eyes or prudent in their own sight.

In all this Lord,

We give thanks to You alone,

Our Father.