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Here’s Your 90 second AM Devotional!
Let the priest, who minister before the Lord, weep between the portico and the altar. Let them say, “Spare your people, Lord. Do not make your inheritance an object of scorn, a bad word among the nations. Why should they say among the people’s, ‘Where is their God?”
Through the prophet Joel, God was preparing his people for what was to come. He told his people that it was time for the priests of God to weep in intercession between the porch and the altar in Solomon’s temple for revival to come. He said that the prayer of the priests was to be for God to spare his people and not destroy his people. He didn’t want heathen people crying out in the midst of this battle screaming, “Where Is Their God?”
When I read this verse this AM, I felt surely in my heart that, “It’s Time For Pastors To Pray!” I say that because the world is in a mess as I write. Also, the men and women of God who are leading churches today are doing it from a personal sacrifice and wholehearted anointed commitment to God. Because of this, some in my country have been inundated with folks who have come against them with a vengeance. The only answer today for the church and the men and women who lead them is that they keep their eyes on Jesus and pray. He will lead us as in days of old. There is no separating oneself from daily prayer and devotion unto God as we see the hour of God’s vengeance about to be poured out. The truth is, that the Lord loves his children so much and that pastors pray for their flocks that our nation hasn’t already been destroyed. Because of that, “It’s Time For Pastors To Pray!”
I’m always so blessed to call on your name for help and never once have you turned me aside. You’re so willing to meet my needs by answering the prayers that I pray. This AM I’m believing for real revival in my home. And then that you would help each of my four sons to lead his family first in revival in their homes. Then I’m asking you also for your church here on earth, to be infused with a fresh wind of revival. Amen