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.
1. I worship and adore You, my Father, You’re the eternal God and my refuge; and underneath me are Your everlasting arms.
2. Thank You, Father, for keeping the feet of Your saints from falling and causing the enemies to be silent in darkness.
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, give me a humble and a contrite heart, which You would not despise, in Jesus name.
5. Father, please, thrust out the enemy from before me and destroy them, in Jesus name.
6. Father, please, promote me very much above those who are preventing and subduing my promotion, in Jesus name.
7. Father, please, take me to a position in life, where all my persecutors, will come and bow before me, in Jesus name.
8. Father, You’re the Most High, please, promote me and let all those who have been oppressing me, bow before me, in Jesus’ name.
9. Father, please, lift me up with Your everlasting arms, to a position I never thought I could attain 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).