Sunday, September 27, 2009

Please send a perfect labourer to Margaret Moth

"Father God, I pray please reach out to Margaret Moth and grant her salvation, this camera operator whom I watched on CNN today (28 September 2009). Please tell her that she can enjoy life beyond life worshipping You, the maker of heaven and earth. That even as she has experienced everything life has to offer, she can still continue to experience Jesus now and beyond and that is more exciting and more beautiful than anything the world can give or offer. Open her eyes oh Lord that she might see you and receive Jesus in her heart. I bind the evil spirits in her holding her back from believing the existence of hell. For if everyone knew the reality of hell, we will all jump our from our chair right now and fall on our knees. I loose the anointing of the Holy Spirit on her and ministering angels around her to protect her from the evil one. I pray Oh Lord, send her a perfect labourer across her path right now Oh Lord to the hospice where she is in now in Rochester, Minnesota . Hear my cry oh Lord. You say in Psalm 91 that you will grant salvation for all who love you. I pray all this and thank you for answering my prayer that you may demonstrate your love and power to everyone, in Jesus name. Amen."

Click on the video bar the documentary shown on CNN today on Margaret Moth. (Part 1) (Part 2) (Part 3)

A beautiful, inspiring lady, so fearless, risked her life in war torn zones to bring us news footage to our doorstep. Burdened to pray for her I did and tears fell as I cried out to God. Thank you Margaret Falls for teaching me in Deeper Life Seminar not to ignore the prompting of the holy spirit and I know that God has heard my prayers and traveled round the world.

1 John 5:14

"This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us. And if we know that he hears us—whatever we ask—we know that we have what we asked of him."

1 comment:

  1. what a fearless giant! indeed, may God touch her in the hospice, where she could experience even deeper meaning in life.