As we continue the prayer this morning I want you to read your name in the prayer. My brothers and sisters it is not for me to establish a thing in you, but God who we trust.

For as many as are the promises of God, they all find their Yes in Him [Christ]. For this reason we also utter the Amen (so be it) to God through Him [in His Person and by His agency] to the glory of God. (2 Corinthians 1:20)

Like the lily, I am clothed in white…my hands are lifted up in adoration, praise and surrender and my heart holds the golden seeds of truth and promise given to me by the Lord. All these things will testify to the goodness of God as my dreams unfold before me to give glory to Your Name. My faith is in someone greater than me…greater than the promises of men…greater than unfulfilled promises…greater than any success. My faith is in You, Lord who is the hope of salvation, healing and deliverance. I shall not be moved. I stand on the Rock and let go of all disappointment, insecurity, expectations, past negative experiences or failures. I put my whole, complete hope in You who do not disappoint, Jesus. As I do this, the bloom of my life springs forth to declare Your love and glory. I declare my commitment to the Mystical Order and the principles set forth in the Word of The Lord.

Lord, You are my Promise Keeper…the one and only true to the end covenant friend. You are the eternal life promised and given to me before the ages of time began. There is not one syllable of one Word You have spoken that is without power. Every Word you have spoken is fulfillment in and of itself, for Your word is endued with power given to it by You. Even if I am faithless, You are faithful for You cannot deny Yourself and who You are; the beginning, the end and all in between. In light of these truths, please forgive me for somehow believing the facts supersede the truth of Your Word even The Mystical Order.

Doubt and unbelief have always been at enmity with the power of the Cross. They have always been at enmity with the Word…at enmity with the seed of Christ in me. To think, speak or act as if the Word is limited to the facts or situations we experience gives power to a spirit of doubt and unbelief in unprecedented and brings death, not life. It has been so since the beginning when doubt and unbelief were sewn as seeds in Adam and Eve’s hearts. It is no different now. They were first sown by the Father of all lies; therefore, doubt and unbelief are demonic in nature. They are death.

Therefore, I choose to abandon doubt. I abandon unbelief and choose to resist the devil, submit to the Lord and the devil will flee. Death, hell and the grave have been defeated in my life. I shut the door to all deceptions and lies of the enemy about the true nature of God and the true nature of who I am in You. I take my own thoughts captive and declare the authority of God’s Word in relation to my whole life as it relates to who I am, what I am to do and who others are as well. I stand in the covenant of God not based on human means or abilities. I stand in the covenant of God based on the truth of His Word which supersedes all other words or actions of men. Today I seize the day and the beauty it holds.

Lord, I cling and hold fast to You, the Word of Truth. I shout from the mountaintops, from the valleys…from every contrary circumstance and from every hindrance to the fulfillment of my promises and say “The Lord reigns and has already done great things on my behalf. He has already established my way and I and I alone make the choice to walk in the path set before me regardless of what I see, hear, feel, or experience contrary to the promise.”

Go rejoicing and serve the Lord.

Your servant and brother,

+ Godfrey Gregg DD
Archbishop and Presiding Prelate
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Author: Godfrey Gregg