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Why/do you see asking the Lord to go back in time to pray these blessings in the womb for my son as more beneficial than praying these blessings over him currently in our home at the age he is now?
The Lord allows, and wants, us to pray back in time (or forward in time), as the need requires. This is based on the truth that “Jesus Christ the same yesterday, today and forever,” (KJV, Hebrews 13:8). Continue reading
How do I pray for my child who’s experiencing a generational pattern that I’ve been delivered from?
Question: How would you begin praying for one of your children whom you see being affected by something like generational anguish, sorry, angst, and suffering? I’m asking as I was delivered from this generational pattern but see it still operating … Continue reading
SURPRISED by Father’s Compassionate Intervention
Fatigued by a battle I didn’t know I was in, the only reaction I could manage was to keep putting one foot in front of the other. My son and I remained grid-locked in an impasse over an issue with … Continue reading