Although it is patterned after Daniel 9, it is my personal prayer. It comes from deep within my heart, because I believe the rapture of the church may be imminent. When that moment comes, and every born again believer is caught up to be with Jesus, along with the Holy Spirit who indwells them and presently restrains evil, Israel will be more alone in the family of nations than she ever has been since her rebirth in And I wonder…is it at that moment that God will pour out on the house of David and the inhabitants of Jerusalem a spirit of grace and supplication?
Is it at that moment that they will look on the One they have pierced, and recognize Him as their Messiah? Our Father in Heaven. God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. You are the Eternal I AM. The One who is age to age the same. There is no shadow of turning with You.
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You are fully present in every generation—past, present, and future. You are the All-Mighty. Your power has not been deleted or depleted over the millennia of human history.
Yet we also know that Your great heart of love still longs to pour out Your blessing on the City and the people that You have uniquely chosen as Your own. The House of Israel. In this present worldwide climate of unbridled evil, we are becoming desperate! There are rumors of more wars breaking out.
Kingdom is rising against kingdom. Our spirits feel the turmoil and agitation that surely is a reflection of the warfare being waged in the invisible realms. But our hearts are now burdened for the Epicenter of the world. For Jerusalem and all that she represents at this critical, strategic last hour. So we humbly turn to You now.
For one hour we turn away from our responsibilities and routines, our busyness and our business, our own problems and pressures. We turn away from focusing on our own nation and the needs of the church. We turn away from any self-reliance or self-interests, and we look to You.
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We run to You. We join together with one heart and one voice to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. You alone are the One who makes us to dwell in safety. You alone are the One who makes us secure. You alone are God. And You alone are our God. We turn to You, deeply aware we do not deserve in ourselves to address You, yet boldly confident of access into Your most holy presence through the blood of Your Son and our Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ.
You made the heavens, even the highest heavens, and all their starry host, the earth and all that is on it, the seas and all that is in them. You give life to everything, and the multitudes of heaven worship You. No one is higher than You. You are our strength and our song. Again and again, You have been the salvation of Your people: Your right hand, O Lord, is majestic in power. And in the greatness of Your excellence You overthrow those who rise up against You; You send forth Your burning anger, and it consumes them as chaff.
Who is like You among the gods, O Lord?
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Who is like You, majestic in holiness, awesome in praises, working wonders? In Your lovingkindness You have led the people whom You have redeemed; in Your strength You have guided them to Your holy habitation. You will reign forever and ever. We long for the day when our faith becomes sight and the whole world is filled with the glory of who You are. Our highest joy will be to see You face to face; to gather around Your throne with multitudes from every tribe, language, people, and nation that you have purchased with the blood of Your own Son, and worship You.
Your people and the city that bear Your name are surrounded by a vast multitude of hostile, evil men seeking to kill and destroy.
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Men who behead those who refuse to embrace their evil dogma, who bury alive those who refuse to submit to their will, who crucify those who are identified with Your Son. Your people are under the incessant barrage of enemy missiles and mortars that are destroying farms and families, communities and children.
While one ceasefire after another promises peace, there is no lasting peace. Are You not the God who rules over all the nations? Power and might are in Your hand, and no one can withstand You. We are compelled to pray for Your people because they are facing their enemies without the strength, wisdom, peace, comfort, security and hope that You reserve for those who are indwelt by Your Spirit through faith in Your Son, Jesus. They have no deep, blessed assurance that their sins are forgiven, that eternal life is theirs, and that a heavenly Home is waiting to welcome them.
We do not ask for what we want or what we hope. We are asking You to do what You have said! You are a great covenant-keeping God. You do not mock Your children. You keep Your word.
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We are therefore compelled at this moment when faced with problems that have no human solution to pray and hold You to Your promises. We pray with a contrite spirit. We are ashamed and embarrassed to lift up our faces to You, for our iniquities have risen above our heads and our guilt has grown even to the heavens.
We have not listened to Your servants the prophets…like Isaiah, Daniel, Ezekiel, and Jeremiah…who spoke in Your name to our kings, our princes, our fathers, and to all Your people. We have rationalized and explained away the evidence of Your greatness that we see in Creation around us. We have suppressed the truth that we were created by You and for You, and have exchanged it for the lie that we are masters of our own fate. He will put all things right.
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Political and supernatural peace will come when he returns, but until then, we need to contend for peace in prayer — the peace with God that has been paid for by Yeshua the Messiah. The city is important to God, but not as important as the people. I have set her in the center of the nations, with countries all around her.
As far as God is concerned, Jerusalem is at the center of the world. The Biblical Hebrew actually refers to it as the belly button or navel of the world in Ezekiel This shows us that it is not so much the building nor the city which have top priority in his heart, but the holiness of his people and his relationship with them. This is where real peace happens — in the hearts of people in right relationship with their God.
The best way to pray for peace is to pray for the salvation of the people — the Bible teaches that when our minds are trusting God fully, our hearts will be at peace Isaiah This needs to be our prayer for all the Jews and Palestinians, the politicians and officials, the workers and ordinary people — for everyone: That God would draw them to himself, and lead them in the journey of walking by faith, trusting him, and experiencing the peace that comes only through Yeshua.
Jerusalem is the central hotspot of spiritual battle, which we can see to this day. Somehow, it always ends up in the headlines. Jerusalem is the most contested and sought after city in all of history — many nations and peoples have come against it: Assyrians, Egyptians, Babylonians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Persians, Arabs, Crusaders, Turks, Jordanians, which is strange because geographically, it was always located off the main trade routes and has no strategic importance to a conquering army.
If this were only a physical battle, it would be hard to understand the reasoning behind this. However, the heart of the battle is spiritual. God declared that He will dwell in the midst of Jerusalem Zechariah 8: How much do you think the enemy hates the place where God dwells? God has chosen Jerusalem for his dwelling place, and wishes the city to be complete, whole, at peace. This has never happened before in history. No city has ever been set aside by a human government so as to abide by different laws than the rest of the world. But Jerusalem has been set aside by God, not just by the United Nations.
It is an interesting fact that politically Jerusalem has been a capital to no other nation except Israel.