FRIDAY, MARCH 14
Scripture: Luke 24:44-49, Ephesians 3:10,11
Verse 44 of this chapter makes it quite clear when it says, “These are the words which I have spoken to you while I was still with you, that all things must be fulfilled which were written in the Law of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalms concerning Me.” Then He ends this by telling them in verse 49 to wait for the Promise of the Father. Be endued with power. His Spirit will fulfill what is written in the Psalms. How can we read Psalm 110 and not say what is written about this power and might aspect of Jesus? How can we read Psalm 55 and not align with it. It says that we are to cast our burdens upon the Lord. That is the key to this Psalm. The Psalms are the prayer books of Scripture! To say the Psalms are not New Testament is a monumental error that could only be initiated by a religious spirit. We need to recognize how the enemy has stolen from the church. He has stolen the power, he has stolen the authority, he has stolen the Kingly. He whispers, ‘That is Old Testament. That is not for you.’ We need to recognize these deceptive lies. The Kingly prayers of the Psalms are for us right now. If we a find a politician that Psalm 55 fits, then pray it! As the Holy Spirit directs, pray it several times a day. See what happens! The reason why we have the mess we have in many places is because the church is enabling evil by blessing the perpetrators, when in fact we should be praying judicial plumb lines that force individuals to change. God intervenes when the church prays. Isn’t it time that we ceased enabling evil and start dropping a plumb line on it demanding change. This is perhaps the only way that Ephesians 3:10-11 can be fulfilled. Here it says that we are to teach the principalities and powers, to demonstrate to them that they do not rule in the earth. The way we demonstrate that they do not rule is that we bring an end to their agents of destruction by praying God’s intervention if they will not relent. It is time we begin to think and act like Kings. Jesus paid a heavy, heavy price for us to walk in the anointing, and it is time we said yes to what He bought and paid for!