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Monday, October 21, 2013

Is. 59:15,16 Thought/Prayer:I Dare You. I Prayer You.Topics:2 @ end.

“Yes, truth is lacking; and he who departs from evil makes himself a prey. Yahweh saw it, and it displeased him that there was no justice.  He saw that there was no man, and wondered that there was no intercessor: therefore his own arm brought salvation to him; and his righteousness, it upheld him.” WEB (Read this scripture and more at

“I dare you, I prayer you.”  What if this slogan had been put into effect during the circumstances described in this scripture?  No truth; danger if truth is followed; and most of all, no intercessor.  Things were in a bad way in the world of Isaiah at this time.  We are not going to establish when this actually was.  That’s not the point here.  The point is, things were going bad, goin’ down.  And no one was praying about it all, at all!  This is sad, even grievous.  But is it familiar?

We know that in the days of the Old Testament there were many very good days . . . many very bad days.  The Old Testament history is replete with battles, uprisings, usurpations, murder, and sometimes general anarchy. 

But, is this familiar?  Where are all of us individual Christians today in our stand for truth and for a righteous society?  Would many of us be lumped together into the “no intercessor” sad description of life?  Probably many of us would.  I for one am guilty of falling quite short of being a true intercessor at all times.

Those of us who read scriptures such as this should take to heart this sad commentary of “no intercessors.”  We should take quick steps (and many) to rise up for prayer, for pray-ers.  We see much un-righteousness in our world, in our society.  Who will stand against it?  Where are the praying forces behind our nation’s governmental leadership?  We can’t leave it to “someone” else.  It is up to us to decide to take a stand and to be firm . . . and at the heart, put prayer. 

Lord, help us to overcome apathy and laziness.  Help us to see the need and then to pray about it.  If there is no intercessor asking for Your guidance, how are we to receive it?  I dare you; I prayer you.  This could become a rallying call.  This, Lord, under Your guidance, can become a trumpeted clarion call, clear and true:  to pray, to dare, to dare to pray.

In some way, Lord, make us see the need for this and convict us to dare and to prayer.

Topics:  Pray for the desire to pray, and to dare others into prayer also.
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Posted by Gail Richardson on 10/21 at 11:00 AM
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