NEW HOPE FOR GHANA
“At least there is hope for a tree: If it is cut down, it will sprout again, and its new shoots will not fail.” Job 14:7 NIV
Thank you for opening Your throne room and giving us free and open access this day.
LORD, we come to You on the behalf of the Nation of Ghana.
You see her LORD. All her problems, all her weary wandering. We lift her up to You Abba. Her people. Her land. Her Church. We ask You to revive her again. Bring Fresh Wind and Fresh Fire to her Church. Surround her with songs of Your mighty Deliverance! Let the singers who sing the victorious songs of the LORD, go forth!
We ask that you would drive out despair, and apathy, and corruption. Let her Church come alive in these last days, like an eagle who has shed the old, and worn, and useless feathers, and now reaches for the sky, with new plumes of mighty wings, toward the God who made him.
Fresh Wind Father. New Hope. (I cannot escape these words.) Fresh Fire!
You are alive in Ghana LORD. You are there, with her, each day, in every way; in every problem. Bring righteous men to govern her people. Men with wisdom from above. Bring Godly teachers for her training LORD. Whatever she needs, may they come from the four corners of the earth. May it be done, in Jesus Mighty Name, because He loves her so!
Call together the intercessors LORD. Let them lift up holy hands, to the God who hears them and longs to answer. Open their spirit’s eyes, open their hearts, to all you want to do in this land. May Heaven come down, and new hope be born, in each heart that cries out for her.
Abba, thank you. Thank you for all You have done, for all You are doing, and for all You have yet to do. Great are You LORD! Great is Your power, and great is Your Love for Ghana!
We beseech You Father, do all that is in Your heart for this people. In Jesus Omnipotent Name we ask all of this, and call it done.
Amen. (And so be it.)
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