Friday, July 20, 2007

Interceding for Operation Iraqi Freedom

This week focus:

1. Operation Iraqi Freedom Praise Reports in the Media
2. Prayer Points in the News & on the Web
3. The Mission of Iraq Prayer Surge ~ NOW!
4. Examples of Prevailing Prayer

Operation Iraqi Freedom Praise Reports in the Media

Peace & security throughout Northern Iraq (video included):

Al Qaeda’s #1 man in Iraq has been captured (video included):

Victory in the United States Senate:

Prayer Points in the News & on the Web

We need the Lord to transform the hearts and minds of the American people:,2933,289976,00.html

God’s protection and purity among our troops:,2933,289878,00.html

Wisdom for President Bush, Congress and military leadership – God’s timing, not man’s:

Mobilization of our veterans for success in Operation Iraqi Freedom:

Iraq Prayer Surge ~ NOW!
Hosted by MEN for NATIONS, Washington, DC

The Mission

1. 2 Chronicles 7:14 To remind Biblical Christians across America to approach God in unity, humility and repentance in order to receive His listening ears, forgiveness and healing. He is already answering our prayers in Northern Iraq and in and through our troops who consider themselves as Christ’s Ambassadors in Iraq.

2. Hebrews 4:14-16 To promote deep intercession within the Body of Christ across America for “Operation Iraqi Freedom” that will result in God's victory and security in Iraq well beyond September 15th. We are in great desperate need of His mercy and grace in Baghdad, Jerusalem and Washington, DC.

3. 1 Timothy 2:1-8 To pray daily for God's protection and blessings upon our troops and the Iraqi people for the purpose of revival in both America & Iraq. We must also pray for President Bush, the US Congress, our military leadership, and the families of our troops who are grieving and waiting as well as God’s salvation among the Iraqis.

Examples of Prevailing Prayer

Victory in the Civil War – President Lincoln’s call for prayer, March 30, 1863

Victory in World War II – Rees Howells Intercessor (Chapters 34-36) by Norman Grubb

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