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A Message for Anyone Who Has Ever Experienced a Psalms 39 Kind-of- Day.



A Message for Anyone Who Has Ever Experienced a Psalms 39 Kind-of- Day.

Continued from Part 2


A Message for Anyone Who Has Ever Experienced a Psalms 39 Kind-of- Day.

Part 1 of this message is available by clicking this link. Amen.

Who Can Thank GOD For The Darkest Days Of Their Lives? Part 1

After pleading for GOD to move speedily on his behalf, Psalm 39 laments the brevity of life. In this season of praying the psalms, Psalm 39 stands out as an imperative to heed our ways and hold our tongues. We begin with part 1 of this message; Psalms 39, verses 1-4.

The Tehillim, David’s Book of Praises, is a collection of David’s passionate prayers for deliverance and salvation, his urgent plea for help from the sanctuary; from those that sought to provoke, taunt, mock, and haunt his day, his ministry, and his life.

One of the most powerful things David left in his legacy for us, is teaching us how to praise GOD in spite of the pain, disappointment, rejection, etc., especially during the times that appear to be some of the darkest days of your life.

Who among us is able to thank GOD, for even the darkest days of their life… and still praise like a King, like a David?

Who Can Thank God For The Darkest Days of Their Lives? Part 2

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.


Praying from the Book of Isaiah, Ch 30

Even when I have tasted the bread of adversity and the water of affliction, you have not removed my teachers from me, neither will they be hidden from my eyesight.

I Thank You LORD, my teachers were never removed and never hidden.

Your spiritual gifts were never withheld from me

and that daily you draw me closer into wisdom, knowledge and understanding.

I Thank You that there are no clouds between us, and that my prayers move straight to Your Throne.


Praying from the Book of Isaiah, Ch 3

Chapter 3:

We pray Lord, that you take not your bread and your water from us.  Do not stay your staff in our hand.  Send us your Mighty Men and Your Men of War, Your Judge and Your Prophets, the Prudent and the Ancient.

Send us your Captains of 50 and the Honorable Man, our Counselors and
Cunning Artificers, Your Eloquent Orators–that Your House and our land lack no good thing! Replenish our land with your gifts to the fullest.
For we pray that our tongues and are doings are never against You, Our LORD, The Most High! 

Keep us Lord, that we would not provoke the Eyes of Your Glory!


September 18, 2007 – Prayers during Rosh Hashanah 2007

Praying from the Book of Isaiah, Ch 1

Chapter 1:

Preserve us O’LORD, when our head is sick and our hearts are faint.
Heal us O’LORD from the sole of our foot, even unto our head, when there is no soundness in it.  We Thank You Lord, that you bind up our wounds and bruises and putrefying sores (open wounds) and coat them with your Holy ointment.

We Thank You Lord that you deliver us, when our countries are desolate
and our cities are burned with fire, in our land, when strangers devour
our land in our presence.  We Thank You and Praise you Lord, that only
you can restore us, when our land is desolate and overthrown by

We Thank You Lord, that you will not leave your daughters and sons of
Zion as a cottage in a vineyard, or as a besieged city.  For the hope
that is in us, AND as the remnant of your people, that we are not given
over as Sodom and Gomorrah.

September 18, 2007 – Prayers during Rosh Hashanah 2007

Praying from the Book of Isaiah, Ch 3