Let’s go back to 1440 BC to the book of Genesis written by Moses. We witness God calling the earth into existence by His very command, “Let there be”. As I read through Genesis 1-2 (Old Testament) I see the power of God and am reminded of Who created it all. I am also reminded of the Bible verse in The Gospel of Luke 10:19 (New Testament) “Listen carefully: I have given you authority to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over the power of the enemy; and nothing will harm you.” As we witness many events to take place all over the earth, I hear God saying: “tell my people this is still My Earth”. It belongs to God. As believers, we are aware of the times, but it does not mean sit back. God is calling His children (believers) to pray. In Him we have the authority and as Esther saved her nation, I embrace that same spirit to do my part in prayer. I invite my fellow brothers and sisters to not just sit back, but to pray for the Earth as God called us stewards over it.
Let us pray:
Hallelujah to the Most High God YHWH in the mighty name of Yeshua Hamashiach – Jesus Christ The Messiah. Father, we thank you that You created Heaven and Earth. We thank you for Your very breath that You breathe into our lungs. We thank you for Your faithfulness, Your grace and mercy. We thank you that through Your son Jesus Christ our sins are forgiven through repentance (turn away and do no more). We praise You for Your goodness, faithfulness, divine protection, healing, provision and blessing on our lives. We thank you that Your love never fails. In the name of Jesus, I cover your people today: their families, households, neighborhoods, city, state and their country. In the authority of the mighty name of Jesus Christ, I cancel the plans of the enemy against Your people. I declare and decree now the blood of Jesus over us now. I speak your covering and divine protection over us now (families of God all over the Earth). I pray for the climate, the animals, land, the waters, our food and supplies. May we continue to have everything that we need. May we see a shift on the Earth that magnifies Your name Lord Jesus. May we – Your people continue to witness Your goodness and faithfulness all throughout the Earth. In the mighty and matchless name of Jesus Christ, King of all kings and Lord of all lords. Amen. It is so.
I encourage you dear friends to read the book of Genesis, the beginning as a reminder of Who created it all.