Monthly Archives: October 2013


PART THREE – DECLARE DAILY the WORD of GOD Every weekday read aloud from the ten declarations from God’s Word to start that day.  Use these same ten for each Monday, Tuesday, etc., and by the end of the year they will have become a part of your armor.
  • I will not fear because my God is my shield and my exceeding great reward (Genesis 15:1).
  • I am confident that God has heard my voice from where I am (Genesis 21:17).
  • Fear not, for I am with you and I will bless you (Genesis 26:24).
  • I will stand still and see the salvation (deliverance) of the Lord which He will show me today (Exodus 14:13).
  • I will joyfully pass every test, because today the Lord has come to prove me, and I will not sin that His fear (reverence) will remain before my face (Exodus 20:20).
  • I will not fear nor be discouraged, because the Lord has set the land before me and today I will go up and possess it (Deuteronomy 1:21).
  • I will rejoice today, because the Lord is with me...


PART TWO – THE FULL ARMOR OF GOD In Ephesians 6:10, Paul tells us to be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might.  The apostle expounds on this command for seven verses before telling us how to carry it out in verse 18 by praying always with all prayer and supplication in the spirit, and watching there unto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints. It is obvious that the individual who does verse 18 is the person who will become what verse 10 refers to as being strong in the Lord, and in the power of His might.  We are to put on God’s whole armor by prayer according to verse 11.  This same procedure is used to stand against the wiles of the devil.  Even the technique of wresting against principalities, powers, rulers of the devil’s kingdom, and against spiritual wickedness in high places is done through prayer as revealed in verse 12.  The result of this defensive type prayer is seen in verse 13 – where the participant becomes...

10-Minute Daily Prayer prt 12

10-Minute Daily Prayer part 12 This short, but very concise post with its five-step process gives the basics that I have prayed every day for many years.  Although every Christian will not pray for an hour or more, all can be expected to sacrifice their reasonable service as a Christian with a minimum time in prayer to ensure their spiritual security and confidence. With just ten minutes a day each believer can avoid the tiring devotionals and put on the needed armor for a confident day. EL YASHA = God of my salvation (Isaiah 43:3). GA’AL = My Redeemer (Psalm 19:14). MAGEN = My shield (Psalm 3:3). EYALUTH = My strength (Psalm 22:19). EL GIBHOR = Mighty God (Isaiah 9:6). MELEK = My King (Psalm 5:2). ELAHA ILLAYA = The most high God (Aramaic equivalent to Hebrew El Elyon; Daniel 3:26). EL ELOE YISRAEL = The God of Israel or Jacob (Genesis 33:20)....