"Intercession for the Body of Christ" is the fourth in the "Little Book, Big Prayers" 4-book series. The scripture-based affirmations can help you learn to intercede for others. The world is changed through intercession and it is the life and strength of the church. We have an assignment individually and corporately to pray for the manifestation of the glory of God to come upon the Body of Christ.
Declare the word of God for:
--Restoration of family values & relationships
--Spiritual leaders and those in authority
--Unity in the Body of Christ
God obligates himself to hear the voice of intercession. When you pray from your heart, He will allow you to know what His heart and mind is for the world and His people. Through intercession His will and desires are birthed out or manifested into the earth realm. God takes care of our personal concerns when we avail ourselves to cover one another in prayer. There will always be a need for you to stand in the gap, make up the hedge, repair the broken places, and to pray the kingdom alternatives of God on earth as it is in heaven.
About the Author
Christine Brooks Martin is a bestselling author of prayer books, devotionals and inspirational titles. The focus of her writing is to evangelize the message of Jesus Christ and to help others develop and deepen their relationship with God through all manner of prayer. Communion and fellowship with God through prayer will help you experience His transforming power so you can walk in blessings, peace, success, well-being, and fulfill the plan and purposes of God for your life. Martin's prayer book titles include "Pray What God Says," "Talk to God with Affirmations of Faith," "He That Healeth Thee," (Spanish version) "El Dios Que Te Sana", the 4-book series "Little Book, Big Prayers" as well as the inspirational book of short stories and poems, "Christine's Short-Shorts," and "God Is... Each and Everyday" devotional. Coming soon a co-write with son, about living with the diagnosis of CANCER! Her motto is, "Lord may I share the knowledge of your grace with people I will never see, in places where my feet will never tread."