”OPEN UP, O HEAVENS” . Final Part: Friday October 9

Isaiah 45:8 NLT

“Open up, O heavens and pour out your righteousness. Let the earth open wide so salvation and righteousness sprout up together. I the Lord, created them.”

The above Bible passage is a command of God calling for heavens to open and act accordingly. Everything that comes down from the heavens are out of the righteous nature of God. We need to receive all the heavenly gifts in righteousness of our hearts. That is also when the earth will open as wide as the heavens to pour out all that God Has ordained for us. Amen.

God will do His own part. All the spiritual blessings in the heavenly places are meant for us. Ref. Ephesians 1:3. God Has spoken also in Jeremiah 29:11, where the expressions of His thoughts were made known to us. God is always interested in seeing heavens open for our good.

It is important for us to be prepared to receive righteousness on top of our salvation. They work together. We cannot claim to have salvation and not pursue righteousness. They align and complement each other. Paul admonished is to work out your salvation with fear and trembling ; and righteousness will come by easily, in Jesus Mighty Name. Amen.

Prayer points for the day

1) Father, thank you for your establishment of my open heavens, in Jesus Name.
2) Lord, open my heavens and let my life move from unrighteousness into full righteousness, in Jesus Name.
3) Lord, empower me with your garment of righteousness and let my heavens open, in Jesus Name.
4) Lord, by your power open my heavens and uphold my salvation, in Jesus Name.
5) Lord, position me for open heavens that will bring uncommon blessings for me and family, in Jesus Name.
6) Father, speak to my heavens and let them open to your glory, in Jesus Name.
7) Lord, let the seasons of closed heavens expire in my life, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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