The Lord has set me in remembrance of His word spoken over the National Prayer Call during the first twenty-one days of 2011 while we were in prayers and fasting both day and night. The desire of the Father is to have a people upon whom He can place His honor in these end-times.
As the world gets worse, and it is and it will, the Father will display His wisdom and grace at the end of the ages. The wisdom and grace of God will be seen in His people. He is raising up a people that will be fully distinct, distinguished and different from the world. His honor this hour on His people will be to the praise of His glory.
The Lord reminded me of why it is so imperative that the National Prayer Call be lead by “servants”. There is an honor only bestowed upon servants. “Well done, thou good and faithful servant: thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy lord” (Matthew 25:21). “Before honor, humility…” (Proverbs 22:4). “Serving the Lord will all humility of mind…” (Acts 20:19). When we serve with humility we are promised honor from God. God’s honor should be our most coveted affirmation.
Humility and holiness are essential to any spiritual awakening. See II Chronicles 7:14. “Humble themselves” and “turn from their wicked ways” has to happen if God will honor the people who are praying. Humility and holiness must mark all we do on the National Prayer Call. Where there is humility and holiness unto God, there the honor of God will rest upon that person or those people.
We must continue to build a culture of servants who lead. When we speak upon one another the honor of “Servant” we are acknowledging our call as the end-time bond slaves of Jesus Christ. We want to call the best out of one another. We are at our best when we are praying and serving.
There is an honor that is being released in these end-times. The honor of God will be entrusted to those who have, as it was said of King David, “..Served his own generation by the will of God..” (Acts 13:36). Your service is not in vain. You have been connected to the honor of God. The honor of God is influence, prosperity and recognition.
Why does God want to honor us? We are called to wield the influence of intercession like a sword against the enemy. We are called to prosper and provide for the purpose of prayer. We are called to the recognition of God’s favor and anointing upon us.
This world will have to take notice of this army of prayer warriors arising with banners flying, declaring that we come in the name of the King of Kings! I have heard the blowing of the shofar and this is the time to gather the army for strategy. If you have not yet made a commitment to come to the Prayer Everywhere Gathering , October 20-23, 2011 you must act today, NOW! Register on line. Don’t miss your hour or your honor.