HH, Sir Godfrey Gregg D.Div
Day 14 – Alignment with Heaven
We have all heard the phrase, “just like heaven on earth.” When Jesus taught his disciples how to pray, in Matthew 6:9-13, He provided some insight into what “heaven on earth” might look like. In reality, a heaven is a place where God will reign supreme. If we want to have a taste of heaven on earth, then our prayer should be like Jesus’: “Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done.” The purest motivation for our prayers is that God will be glorified and that His will reign supreme in our lives, just like it is in heaven.
On a more personal level, we can pray that His will be unhindered in our own lives. Rather than imposing His will upon us, God gives us the choice to surrender to it with trust and gladness. As we yield to the Lordship of Christ over every area of our lives, we come into agreement with Him. We experience alignment with heaven and position ourselves to taste a little bit of heaven here on earth. His will then becomes what we desire and the thing we most seek after. We enter into the incredible adventure of participating in God’s plan to move His kingdom forward on the earth. This is where we find the most fulfilling and joyous life, but it all starts with one, personal “yes, Lord” on our part.
Matthew 6:10 “Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.”
What does God’s will “on earth as it is in heaven” look like in your life? Do the desires of your heart line up with the will of God? As we seek God together, let’s pray as Jesus taught us, “Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done.”
What a way to start today’s fasting and prayer, “Thy Kingdom come.” Hallelujah. we have just passed half of our allotted time in this event. So from the depths of our hearts, we are calling for something specific during this time as we continue to pray and fast for the fulfilment of the Word in our lives. Ask God and believe in Jesus Name.