2 Kings 19:20

"Then Isaiah the son of Amoz sent to Hezekiah, saying, Thus saith the Lord God of Israel, That which thou hast prayed to me against
Sen-nach-er-ib the king of Assyria I have heard."

King Sen-nach-ear-ib was a powerful King of Assyria and always willing to fight against the children of Israel. At this particular time in history, he was fully determined and prepared to destroy the city of God called Jerusalem; but God intervened because the prayer of King Hezekiah had been answered for protection/defense.

Brethren, our God in heaven still answers prayers. God cannot stand by and see His people to be destroyed. King Hezekiah knew very well the power of prayers. He knew that God is able to intervene in the affairs of men and in war against him. Jerusalem was small but the mighty power of God was with the city and the people.

No matter how small your adversaries may think you are, when God is on your side you can pull down the stronghold of the enemy simply by calling on your God to intervene. There is no battle too small or too big for the Lord to step in. Fervent prayers are able to provoke God to defend you for HIS own sake. As God defended Jerusalem, HE will defend you and all that belong to you, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Prayer points for the day

1) Father, thank you for the anointing to answer my prayers, in Jesus Name.

2) Father, fuel my prayer life with thy power, in Jesus Name.

3) Lord, defend me from going down into sins, in Jesus Name.

4) Father, I know that I am small, but I have a big God to fight and intervene for me, in Jesus Name.

5) Lord, my eyes are unto you, let me be victorious by the power of your divine intervention, in Jesus Name.

6) Father, intervene in all the affairs of my life, in Jesus Name.

7) Lord, intervene in my destiny and let me continue to bear fruits for thy sake, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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