Prayer Points on Open Heaven

Pastor E. A. Adeboye did not write these prayer points, by one of his numerous disciples, for Christ, who was inspired and mandated by the Holy Spirit, about 5 years ago, (effective January 1st, 2015), to start writing these prayer points, based on the Open Heavens Daily Devotional, authored by Pastor E. A. Adeboye.

Prayer Points on Open Heaven 10 November 2023

1. Thank You, Father, for, the salvation of my soul from eternal destruction in hell fire.

2. Thank You, Father, for creating me in Your image and likeness; and, for Your purpose and pleasure.

3. Father, in anyway I have fallen short of your glory, please, have mercy and
forgive me; let Your mercy prevail over judgement of sin in my life, in Jesus name.

4. Father, please, sanctify me and cleanse me from all unrighteousness, with the blood of Jesus, in Jesus name.

5. Father, let Your praise never cease from my mouth, in Jesus name.

6. Father, please, uphold me by Your right hand of righteousness, till the end, in Jesus name.

7. Father, let all the works that I have done and will do, in Your Kingdom, stand the test of time and fire, in Jesus name.

8. Father, please, when I stand before Your judgement seat, to give account of my stewardship, don’t let me be found wanting, in Jesus name.

9. Father, let no one be able to dissuade me, from serving You, because I shall face You alone, to give account of my stewardship, in life, in Jesus name.

10. Father, bless your son, Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye; and, bless his ministry, home, and family (biological and spiritual), forever, in Jesus name.

11. Father, bless Your son that You have been using to prepare these prayer points, beyond measures, and all those who have been rebroadcasting them, in Jesus name.

12. Father, let every challenge, hindrance and obstacle of getting these prayer points across to Your children, timely, and on daily basis be removed, in Jesus name.

13. Your personal petitions. (Philippians 4:6)

14. In Jesus name, I pray. (John 14:13-14; 15:16)

15. Thank you, Father, for answered prayers. (1 Thessalonians 5:18).