SUNDAY, JULY 14
Scripture: Romans 1:21c
In Romans 1:21c we are told, “…but became futile in their thoughts…” A good example of becoming hypocritically futile in thinking is a Supreme Court that meets in a building under a stone carving of Moses receiving the law, and at the same time bans the Ten Commandments from schools! Any justice who votes the Ten Commandments as unconstitutional should be prayed into removal! There is a form of biblical justice called ‘axios intercession.’ Axios intercession simply demands that God weigh to a person what they are weighing to the church. Bible-believing Christians established our government. But since then, many misguided politicians have lobbied and voted in a manner that has removed most godliness from the government. Asking God to weigh to them what they have weighed to the church is biblically appropriate. Such a prayer would look like this, “Father, for every individual on the Supreme Court that votes for silencing the church, we ask You to silence them, in Jesus name!” Praying Priestly, for God to bless perverse leaders, enables evil. And that is how we have lost many freedoms that our founding fathers bled and died for! Tradition in the form of Priestly prayer has enabled evil by praying for those we should be praying against! The number one warning Jesus gave about the last days is, “Be not deceived”.