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Hello, we thank the Lord Jesus for you. We believe in the power of agreement in prayer. In the Book of Matthew 18:19 it reads, "Again, I say unto you. That if two of you agree on earth as touching anything that they shall ask, it shall be done for them of my Father which is in heaven." If you have a prayer request, please write in your request, and we will be praying for you as we go before God on your behalf. 

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Prayer is an intricate part of the Believer's walk in Christ Jesus. It is how we talk to Him and how He talks to us, as well as in the Word of God. Jesus never did anything without praying to God the Father for guidance, strength, direction, revelation, and power. We are to intercede in prayer for one another. The Word of God declares that is the effectual fervent prayer of the righteous that avails much as it says in James 5:16. It also says that we are to make our request to be known to God (Philippians 4:6-8).

Our intercessory prayer line for the Jurisdiction has been standing strong for eight years with intercessors and prayer warriors throughout the whole Jurisdiction.  Within it, we have experienced and seen God move on behalf of many we have prayed for on their behalf. The Lord is not a respecter of persons (Romans 2:11), and He wants all to see and know Jesus Christ so they may have eternal life through Him. There is only one way to God the Father, and that is through Jesus Christ (John 14:6) . God is near those that are of a broken spirit and contrite heart God will not despise (Psalm 51:17). The Lord hears and answer our prayers. Prayer changes things. 
We pray for you daily throughout our Jurisdiction in our local churches at Noonday Prayer, Six O'Clock Prayer, Midnight Prayer,  Early Morning Prayer, and as a Jurisdiction on Thursdays weekly. Therefore, leave your prayer request with us and write us in our email below. 

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Bishop Cole or Supervisor Rountree, for prayer requests. Please email all prayer requests to:

Men ought to always pray and never faint. Luke 18:1

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