A Prayer of Thanksgiving to God the Father

October 7, 2020

BY Pastor A. W. Barlow

A Prayer of Thanksgiving to God the Father - Lifted from Ephesians 1:17-22

“Dear lord God, in the precious and powerful name of Christ, Jesus, thank you for giving me the spirit of wisdom and revelation in knowing and having a personal relationship with You through Jesus. 

Thank you Father God
,  that the eyes of my understanding may be enlightened such that I may know what is the hope of Your calling on my lifethe riches of the glory of Your inheritance in the saints and the exceeding greatness of Your power toward those who believe in accordance with the working  of Your mighty power which You have worked and continue to work in Christ, Jesus when You raised Him from the dead and seated Him at Your right hand in the heavenly places, far above all principality and power and might and dominion and every name that is named, not only in this age but also in that which is to come.”

The Holy Spirit inspired me to write this prayer for those who plan to attend the SGA class this Saturday morning. Please share it asking them to say it at least once per day for the next seven days if not beyond. The best way to say a prayer like this is out loud.

Finally, please warn there will probably be some spiritual kickback, meaning resistance from Satan and/or his demons when such a spiritual, meaning non-material, prayer is prayed out into the supernatural realm, especially if the same is done with a certain degree of confidence. Translation, authority, clarity and conviction which generates great spiritual power over the enemy.

Grace, mercy and peace,
A. Wellington Barlow, Esquire
Post Office Box 26098
Jacksonville, FL 32226
Telephone No.: 904-359-0011
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"FIAT JUSTITIA RUAT CAELUM": Latin - "Let Justice Be Done, Though the Heavens Fall."
(Johannnes Jacobus Manlius, Loci Communes (1563)

"He has shewed thee, O man, what is good; and what doth the Lord require of thee, but do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God?" Micah 6:8(KJV)