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Praying Strategically and Effectively

When we connect with heaven through effective strategic praying we recieve the manifestation of God's perfect will regarding what we are praying for.  The importance of prayer in accordance with the word of God cannot be under estimated.  Since prayer is cultivated out of our relationship with God, and not just a mere request made in passing, it is necessary for us to understand the resulting affects of prayer in our daily lives and business affairs.  In fact our relationship with God will ultimately determine the outcome of everything about us - spiritually, mentally, emotionally, physically, relationally and economically.  The sooner that we acknowledge Him concerning every aspect of our existence, the more we'll see His purposes manifest accordingly. 
Earnest prayer is a matter of heartfelt relationship with the Father God in heaven.  Therefore, when we pray we are communicating from our platform on earth into a dimension that we cannot see with our physical eyes.  Prayer actually transcends the natural realm into the spiritual realm and causes awesome things to happen.  Everything that can be seen, held, touched and tasted in this natural world was once an invisible reality before it ever became a physival one. Once it was desired in the heart of God, He spoke it into existence, and then it became a reality in the earth.
Heb 11:3 Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear.
We, likewise have been endowed with the same ability to create the context, reality, and existence that we desire by our words as they are cultivated by the desires of our hearts.  That's why it is extremely important to meditate on the word of God daily, guard our hearts with all diligence, and speak life so that we can experience and enjoy the full benefits of our covenant relationship with Him. After all, we are created in His image and likeness. (Genesis 1:26)  We have been given the power and authority to construct or reconstruct things in accordance with the word of God.  It is done through our divine connection in the spirit, birthed out of a supernatural relationship and merger forged in our covenant with Him.  1Corinthians 6:17, denotes, "He that is joined to the Lord is one spirit."  God has given unto us the incredible opportunity to become joined, united, associated, and partnered with Him in an eternal alliance that has enormous benefits, privileges, and rights as well as responsibilities.  As we delve into the word of God and excavate all of the promises, directives and statutes associated with the awesome covenant that we have been given, only then can we begin to pray effectively and strategically, and obtain the greatest results.
1Jn 5:14-15 And this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us: (15) And if we know that he hear us, whatsoever we ask, we know that we have the petitions that we desired of him.
God is listening to hear the voices of His people in prayer. He is waiting with great anticipation for us to pursue the magnificent reality of His covenant promises to us through earnest strategic effective praying. To pray strategically is to pray with a plan and goal for a specific outcome based upon the word of God.  I want to encourage you to meditate on the word of God and commune with Him concerning your personal life, business, relationships, health, finances, and future.  When you pray from God's perspective you can make a lasting difference and impact economic systems, government, education, entertainment, families, marriages and churches.  You can actually benefit personally as well as see the manifestation of His glory, presence, power, and authority in this world.
James 5:16b The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.
The prayer of a person living right with God is something powerful to be reckoned with.  (James 5:16b, Message Bible)
Lets join together and pray fervently, "Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done,"  for our nation, leaders, churches, salvation of souls, and fulfillment of God's will concerning your life, marriage, family, finances, health, business affairs and future.
It is our desire to encourage and sharpen you spiritually and professionally. We welcome you to post your comments on this week's blog.  Thank you for joining this faith-filled community.   Also, feel free to leave your prayer request on our "Prayer Request" page so that we can agree with you for your breakthrough and the manifestation of God's will for your life.  It is our desire to see you maximize your potential and fulfill your destiny!
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Shena on Tuesday, July 12, 2011 10:29 PM
I believe that prayer is vital, without it our relationship with God will be null and void. Prayer is one of the sources that we can use to connect with our spiritual father. After life's experiences and reading the blog above I am convinced that prayer isn't just about making request for tangible things, asking for healing etc; it's our time to commune with our Father in heaven to find out what his divine purpose and will is for our lives.
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Dr. Bethtina Williams on Tuesday, July 12, 2011 11:01 PM
God bless you Shena. You're definately on the right track, and it is extremely important for us to develop and maintain in intimate relationship with our heavenly Father in prayer at all times. 1Thessalonians 5:17 tells us to "Pray without ceasing." Keep pressing into the Kingdom and utilize your most valuable weapon of prayer to birth the perfect will of God into the earth realm concerning everything possible. Become a champion in prayer and God will magnify Himself in your sight.

Allen Wilson on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 12:31 AM
What is the Last Supper (Communion)? When Jesus said, "Take eat, this is my body which is broken for you. Take drink, this is my blood in the new covenant, He was on His way to open the way to the Father so we can commune with the Father like Adam did before the fall. Prayer is communing with God like Adam did. "Adam, Where Are You?", "I want to commune with you." Prayer is A Place Call There.
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Dr. Bethtina Williams on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 12:40 AM
You have spoken so eloquently! I love the flow of your comment so much. It is absolutely true and brings out the significance of what the Last Supper truly represents, as well as what Jesus Christ our Savior provided for us thereafter. Thank you so much for sharing your heartfelt insight with us. I look forward to hearing from you again very soon. I wish you Godspeed.

Toiya Moffatt on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 3:54 AM
Pastor Beth you have precisely addressed this topic. As we become more intimate with God through prayer we learn that it is not about request per say but trust and intimate connection. The Word of God states that the Father knows what we desire before we request it and that if we come to him we must come believing that he is and is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him. Is meaning a omniscient, omnipotent and omnipresent God. Once this perception of God is captivated by his believers and doubt, fear and anxiety are relinquished coupled with a Holy lifestyle the end result will be the manifestation of God's power.
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Dr Bethtina Williams on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 2:11 PM
Toiya, intimacy is the key to our relationship with God. You are absolutely right in your premise that prayer is not merely about asking for things, but rather about relationship. When we truly seek to know God intimately, and pursue His will, then our prayers will be a reflection of His heart for our lives. I believe that when we approach God in worship and adoration above and beyond things, wants, and desires, we will truly see the manifestation of His glory and power beyond measure. He already knows the things we have need of even before we ask Him. Therefore, our focus should be on Him, and ensuring that our earnest heart's desire is to see His Kingdom come, and His will be done in the earth today. Again, thank you for joining us in this week's conversation. I look forward to hearing from you again soon.

Candice Mimms on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 8:57 AM
This week’s blog helped me grasp the essential tool of meditating in the word of God. I’ve always had the awareness that we have power to speak things into existence within the different areas of our lives, but after reading this week’s blog I saw this in a different light. I now realize even more how we must have the word of God within our hearts in order for us to effectively pray. This is so important because God desires to bless His people and He desires that live a life that is filled with purpose. By reading the word of God, I can totally see how we have the ability to know the laws of God. It’s similar to a person knowing the Constitutional Laws or any other laws within a nation. If a person isn’t aware of their rights and privileges, they would float in the wind. They would leave the different areas within their lives up to someone else’s judgment. They may be mistreated based upon their own ignorance. A person that knows their rights can feel at ease in that they can be secure in the law whenever there may be some sort of conflict. Likewise, whenever we have things going on within our lives that do not line up with the promises of God, we can stand firm on His word knowing that His law still remains in effect, as long as we speak those things into our lives. This week’s blog helped me tremendously…I learned if we want to understand God, His laws, and the blessings and curses connected to those laws, we must stay in His word. We can only pray what we know to pray. And by knowing what to pray, we must meditate on His word day and night. God is waiting to hear us speak His language (His word).
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Dr. Bethtina Williams on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 2:02 PM
Candice, I am abundantly blessed by your comments on this week's blog. It is especially rewarding to know that my message is coming across clearly. For any servant of God whose heart's desire is to feed His sheep and bring understanding concerning the word of God, to receive feedback like yours is awesome. It lets me know that you are listening, and applying God's word to your life. I want to commend you for having an ear to hear, and a heart that is receptive and obedient to the precepts of God's word. His word is life giving, and is able to make you wise. As you apply the Word of God in prayer, and commune with Him everyday, expect great things to happen. I am confident that God will show Himself strong in your life, and concerning the things you commit to Him in prayer. "Watch and Pray!" God bless you.

Dr. Stanley D. Williams on Saturday, July 16, 2011 7:44 PM
Hello Candice, I am quite impressed with your comments. As I always say manifestation is the evidence of learning. You have proven through your comments that the teaching you have received here has penetrated into your life and is active. It is true; heaven is a real place with a real government and with a real king at the helm. Not knowing your rights, leaves you vulnerable. With all that God has done for us it would be shame to lose it all through ignorance.

Dr. Stanley D. Williams on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 11:37 AM
It is imperative that we see heaven as more than a place where we go when we die. we must see heaven as a place we relate to while we live. Heaven is God's throne while the earth is His footstool, this suggests that God is interested in human affairs as they occur on earth. Heaven is Headquarters, it is from that heaven that we receive answers to our prayers. Our prayers don't just ascend into the sky they ascend into the place where God resides. Everything we need is locked into our access to heaven. This fact makes the sacrifice of Jesus so important because it is through His death and through His blood that we now have access to the Father. Hebrews 4:14-16, "Seeing then that we have a great high priest, that is passed into the heavens, Jesus the Son of God, let us hold fast our profession. For we have not an high priest which cannot be touched with the feeling of our infirmities; but was in all points tempted like as we are, yet without sin. Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need." When an individual has access to God He/she has everything at their disposal. Remember that the answer to your prayer is not in this dimension, they must exit this dimension and enter into the realm of eternity in order for you to receive your answer. The reason I will never cease to pray is because I realize the awesome price that was paid to give me access to the Father, I will never neglect so great a price.
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Dr. Bethtina Williams on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 1:53 PM
Dr. Stanley, thank you for your comments they are prolific, powerful, and quite true. The fact that we have been given access into the heaven of heavens, into the throne room of God by the shed blood and sacrifice of Jesus Christ should cause every one who is born of His Spirit to pursue the deepest relationship possible with our God. Heaven is a real place, and where we are now was given birth by it through the spoken word of God. When we comprehend who we are dealing with and begin to access heaven as a part of our inherent privilege and right, then we can cause meaningful change to occur in the world, it's systems, and the lives of people. We must understand that our assignment is not to live a normal everyday life, but to be catalysts of change through the power of access and relationship with God in prayer. When we decree the word of God we will begin to bring meaningful change for the better. God will honor His word, and is looking for those who will use it wisely as ambassadors of His kingdom. Dr. Stanley, I deeply appreciate you for sharing your heart ,with us as a community of faith. Thank you so much.

Toiya Moffatt on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 4:04 PM
I thoroughly enjoyed Mrs.Candice Mimms comments and comprehension on the importance of knowing the laws and precepts of God in order to realize our entitlements. This is so important because as she stated one must first know how the government is ran in order to understand how to use it effectively in our lives and for the advancement of others. We must also know how to approach and address those in office in order to gain access and favorable results. When approaching God we must truly grasp his position in office as king and our roles as ambassadors, as Dr. Stan so accurately stated. Knowing that, as Dr. Stan had addressed, we have assignments here on earth to accomplish and that getting to heaven is not the objective while we exist here on earth but rather a great benefit we've been promised through great sacrifice by Christ Jesus and our obedience to submit to his authority. Reading the word of God instructs us on how to approach God but prayer takes us further into his domain into realms that transcends beyond anything that the human mind can formulate. Dr. Stan once taught that a creation can not exist,function properly without remaining close to its source. How much more should we being creations of God be in need to commune with God in prayer and in the meditation of his word, because we were created to rule as regents in the earth over the kingdoms of this world with and under his guidance. Thank you Dr. Beth for continually enlightening me and other viewers with the revelation and prolific insight that these blogs are releasing.
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Marsha Wilson on Thursday, July 14, 2011 6:05 PM
Prayer is a powerful and vitally important tool that God has equipped us with. It opens up and strengthens our connection with the Father, prayer builds, sustains, releases, causes the impossible to be possible, changes us and changes things, and it is necessary! I thank God for this awesome tool.
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Dr Bethtina Williams on Thursday, July 14, 2011 9:01 PM
Marsha, Thank you for sharing your comments with us. I am glad to know that prayer is a vital part of your life, and you understand the difference that it makes. Our relationship with God is so wonderful. As we continue to develop it, we can reap the benefits and blessings that He promised us in every area of our lives. God bless you.

Travis Mimms on Thursday, July 14, 2011 6:37 PM
The bible tells us that we have a worthy adversary. And it further tells us to put on the whole armor of God so that we can stand against the wiles of the devil (Ephesians 6:11). Verse 12 of the same chapter tells us that we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places. Verse 18 of the same chapter tells us to “pray always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, being watchful to this end with all perseverance and supplication for all the saints.” God’s people are in a war. Warfare involves tactics and strategies; you cannot win a war without a strategy… So many people don’t realize that even Satan prays to God! For example, in the book of Job 1: 6-12, Satan communicated with God and God gave Satan all that Job had into his power… So you see a lack of prayer is giving the enemy an opportunity to strategize against us. We can overcome and destroy his strategies through prayer. The Word of God exposes the tactics of the enemy. God is light, and His Word is light. The light exposes the darkness.
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Dr. Bethtina Williams on Thursday, July 14, 2011 10:00 PM
Travis, the way that you conveyed the importance of our conflict with the wicked one "satan", and how we must "put on the whole armor of God" and pray strategically in order to "win the war" against him is critical to experiencing the kind of victory that God desires for all of His people to experience. In fact, prayer is a part of our offensive weaponary, and when we employ it strategically as we lift up our families, communities, nation, leaders, and personal needs before the throne of God He will reward us accordingly as described in Hebrews 11:6, "But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him." I want to encourage you to continue to seek God in prayer daily, and be a Kingdom strategist who is making a difference in the lives of others for His glory.

Dr. Stanley D. Williams on Saturday, July 16, 2011 7:54 PM
Hello Travis, your comments are very insightful. It is true; satan can't do anything without God's permission but he tries to deceive us to believe he can. Understanding the power of prayer is essential because it is through prayer that we defeat the enemy. It is through prayer that we deepen our relationship with God. Nothing can take the place of prayer; it is our most powerful weapon against the enemy.

Elder Nikki N. Godbolt on Thursday, July 14, 2011 9:59 PM
Prayer is truly a powerful and a dynamic tool that God has given unto us as his people. I have learned that through my journey and relationship with God in prayer, lives are changed and every trick, skim, plot, and plan of the enemy can be totally averted through the power of prayer. God said in his word draw nigh to me and I will draw nigh unto you. Prayer is what takes us closer to our heavenly Father and the closer we get to the Father the more he reveal his secrets, not just concerning ourselves, but also concerning the lives of others, not so we can gossip about it but so that we can pray for the individuals. Its through pray that the heart of the Father is revealed. I love prayer, sweet communion with the Father, because the more I am in his presence and in his word the more I am changed. There are so many benefits that comes along with having a prayer life and the one that I love and honor God for is divine angelic visitations. Pray will usher us into realms that we have never experienced before and I praise God for that. Pastor Beth I love you and I honor God for you. You are a Mighty prayer warrior and an Awesome Woman of God. Thank you for teaching us as the people of God about prayer because without it there is no relationship with the Father and without it his will cannot be done. I honor God for you and your family and may God bless you beyond your dreams in Jesus name! Amen
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Dr Bethtina Williams on Thursday, July 14, 2011 10:08 PM
Nikki, thank you so much for your expressions of love and appreciation for the Lord and also the ministry of prayer. Yes, prayer is a powerful instrument that every believer has been given by God. He has provided us with this incredibly powerful tool that can be used to affect and impact change around the world. You can go before the Father in prayer no matter where you are, and get results. When we develop our relationship with God, He will entrust us with more in depth insights regarding prayer so that we can entreat heaven on behalf of others, and see our prayers answered. It is an awesome responsibility, but the rewards are magnificent, especially when we see the results and lives that are changed as a result of our prayers. Keep praying Nikki. You are making a huge difference in the world, and the lives of God's people.

Dr. Stanley D. Williams on Saturday, July 16, 2011 8:15 PM
Hell0 Elder Nikki, I have watched life and know beyond a doubt that you are prayer warrior indeed. Continue to develop and through close and intimate relationship with God you will overcome all obstacles in your way.

Deacon Fields on Friday, July 15, 2011 7:26 PM
I agree Pastor Beth. Prayer is cultivated out of our relationship with God, and not just a simple request made in passing. Many times we have a tendancy to forsake the importance of prayer. It is through prayer that true relationship with God is built. Prayer is fellowship just between you and God. If our prayer life is minimized to praying only when we want something it amounts to no more than talking to ourselves. God knows are hearts. If we only spoke to our love ones or spouses when we wanted something just how good do you think that relationship would be. The same way communication and time builds earthly relationships, it is necessary even the more for us to build a relationship with God through prayer. We tend to forget that our relationship with God should be the foundation for all our relationships. That can only be done through strategically praying. In other words understanding what your doing and why your doing it. God knows what's in your heart before you speak it out of your mouth, but he still loves to hear your voice. God Bless You.
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Dr Bethtina Williams on Saturday, July 16, 2011 1:46 PM
Thank you for your comments on this week's blog. The essence of genuine prayer is formed out of an intimate relationship with God. The purpose for prayer isn't merely based on getting something from Him, but to ensure that His will is being served and accomplished in our lives. I agree that communication is especially necessary if we truly intend to build a close relationship with our heavenly Father. It is from this position that we can ask and receive answers to our prayers, because our hearts are totally yielded to Him.

Dr. Stanley D. Williams on Saturday, July 16, 2011 8:13 PM
Hello Deacon Fields, your comments reflect a knowledge of God that is quite impressive. It is true; all relationships should be built on our relationship with God. The closeness and warmth that is built between an individual and God during times of intimate prayer and fellowship are invaluable. There should never be anytime that we as believers are estranged from our God.

Dr Bethtina Williams on Friday, July 15, 2011 11:32 PM
Tracy, you certainly have expressed the importance of relationship with God well. Prayer isn't about merely asking for things but is cultivated out of a genuine relationship with our Father God in heaven. As you said, when we put God first, all other relationships will also come into proper alignment, because our relationship with God is the foundation of them all. We must also understand the purpose for "why" we pray, and it is simply to bring the purposes, plans, and will of our heavenly Father to pass in the earth realm. Thank you for joining the MPL Blog conversation. I look forward to hearing more from you in the future.

Elder David Williams on Friday, July 15, 2011 11:49 PM
Pastor Beth your insight into the mind and heart of God is refreshing. We must communicate with the Father not only because we love HIM and enjoy being in HIS presence but we must get a Strategic guidance and direction so the Kingdom of God can be advanced. Thy Kingdom come, thy will be done in Heaven and in the Earth, we must be willing to be used to bring the Kingdom of Heaven to the Earth. In Mathew in 16:16 when Peter answered who Jesus was and replied to Peter that flesh and blood did not reveal that to him but my Father which is in Heaven. He told Peter in Mathew 16:19 that he will give unto him the keys to the Kingdom of Heaven and herein lies the understanding only when we have a revealed understanding of who God is can we be entrusted with Kingdom authority. Keys or access is only given to people who can be trusted.
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Dr Bethtina Williams on Tuesday, July 19, 2011 10:14 PM
David, thank you so much for your comments on this week's blog. Truly, we want to have a close knit relationship with our Father in heaven, one in which He can trust us with revelation and insight that is not know through the human senses, but given to those who seek to relate to Him intimately. When this happens God will also provide divine strategies, counsel and direction that we need in order to live victoriously on earth. I wish you every kingdom blessing as you continue to seek and serve the Lord.

Evangelist Toni Scott on Saturday, July 16, 2011 6:49 PM
I'm reminded as I read Dr. Williams teaching on "Praying Strategically and Effectively" that there is a connection between our relationship with God and the impact of our prayers. I know that as we seek his face rather than his hand, that we will pray in alignment with God's will for the World, Nation, Community, Church and our lives. In James 4 it speaks of how we can pray but that we don't receive, so we know that not all prayers are strategic or effective. Thank God for Dr. Williams sharing with us that the key to effective & strategic prayer is not the act of prayer, but in our close relationship with our Father as we surrender to his will. Again thank you Pastor Williams for sharing with us to Empower the body of Christ. Committed to Watch and Pray!
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Dr. Stanley D. Williams on Saturday, July 16, 2011 8:07 PM
God did not come to the earth to bring us religion, He came to establish relationship. Adam was not religious he simply had a close relationship with God. It was the loss of relationship that caused problems for Adam not the loss of religion. Prayer not only establishes relationship with God but it helps maintain relationship with God. When a believer has God on his/her side there is no one in the heavens or on earth that can effectively stand against that individual. "If God is for you who can be against you." Thank you Evangelist Scott for terrific insights.

Dr. Bethtina Williams on Saturday, July 16, 2011 8:38 PM
Evangelist Scott, thank you so much for sharing your thoughts with us. I truly appreciate your experience and insight regarding what makes prayer strategic and effective. It is nothing more and certainly noithing less than our relationship with our Father God. I especially like the fact that you also clarified the fact that not all prayer is strategic or effective, when it is not in alignment with God's will. I am reminded of 1Jn 5:14, "And this is the confidence that we have in him, that, if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us: 1Jn 5:15 And if we know that he hear us, whatsoever we ask, we know that we have the petitions that we desired of him." It is an honor and a priviledge to pray for our community, nation, souls, and families in order to see the Father's will manifest in an awesome way. Thank you Evangelist Scott for being a committed prayer warrior. Let's continue to press into the Kingdom and seek His face together. God bless you mighty woman of God.

Brian K. Brewer on Sunday, July 17, 2011 8:57 AM
Wow! What an awesome teaching on strategic pray, and the way to effectually making your request know to God. You brought out so many gold nuggets in this teaching that really will bless God people if they can catch it in their spirit. One of your points that rang in my spirit was praying by the true word of God, because the bible says that God is not slack concern his promises. In other words God wants us to remind Him of what He said, activate and prove our faith, so that His word can be made manifest in our lives. Without faith, it is impossible for God to do anything, but with faith the limits are taken off and all thinks are possible in God through Christ Jesus.
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Dr Bethtina Williams on Sunday, July 17, 2011 8:53 PM
Brain, thank you for sharing your comments and insights on this week's blog. Your comments regarding the fact that we should remind God of His promises was wonderful, because He desires to hear our voices declare is word in prayer. When we declare it as the highest and final authority by faith all of the limits are taken off and the impossible becomes possible with God. After all, we do serve the God who does "Big things,Great things, the Impossible!" God bless you Brian.

J D Smith on Monday, July 18, 2011 1:29 AM
Its in the secret place where secrets are shared and revealed. As Pastor Tommy Tenney says that as much as we look forward to a God encounter, God LOOKS for a man encounter every minute of every day. Christ recently revealed to me that when He stands at the door and knocks its not to the front door as depicted in famous religious painting, but it is to the door of the bedchamber. We See this in Chpt 5 Song of Solomon when the Husband shows up very Anointed (V1-4)"Hair and Locks full of the dew of the night" and desiring to spend time and impart all that is in and on His heart, head and person. As in Ps 133 the anointing is poured upon the head and flows down even from the head and beard of the High Priest and King of kings all down to the feet. Abba, Father looks for us to come into His presence with the scent of Jesus on and in us (SOS 5:1-3)! The caveat or caution (the lesson to be learned here) is to respond quickly less our beloved withdraw because we hesitated to open to Him when He came by to spend intimate time that is supposed to be mutually beneficial and have a satisfying effect in the heart of the spouse and effectually impact the world and spread the Kingdom of Heaven. Thereby satisfying the heart of the Father because time spent in intimate communion empowers us to answer creation's cry of where or who are the sons of God. Christ in us is the hope of glory!
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Dr Bethtina Williams on Monday, July 18, 2011 1:19 PM
JD, Your comments are very inspirational, and ever so clear. I enjoyed how you referred to the Song of Solomon and the "Husband" coming to the bedchamber as an illustration of the kind of intimacy in relationship that we should have with our heavenly Father. He is looking to have a man encounter every day, and when we commune with Him in intimacy we'll experience inner satisfaction and fulfillment. Thank you for sharing your rich perspective with us on this week's blog. God bless you.

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