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Message from Our Pastor

Reverend Obadele St. George, Pastor

Cain's Chapel Missionary Baptist Church


MAY 2020



​​"COVID 19 Prayers"


"God, You are the Way Maker and Miracle Worker​​

Lord, You’ve done it in the past and I thank You that You’ll do it again. You are on the throne, fighting our battles and pushing back the forces of darkness.


I declare: You are my Lord, God, and Savior. Make me and mold me into who you want me to be. I thank You that You are opening the right doors and closing the wrong ones. You are bringing the right people across my path, weeding out those that shouldn’t be there.


Lord, I thank You that You are giving us the peace that surpasses understanding. And all the forces that are trying to stop us are broken in Jesus’ name. We’re no longer going to look at how big the problem is but we’re going to be looking at how big you are.


You’ve done great things in the past and I thank you, because I know the best is still yet to come. You have given us calm, peace, and rest. We refuse to live in worry, fear, and panic – You are bigger than what’s trying to stop us. We put our trust and confidence in You.


I pray and declare for anyone fighting illness in their bodies
I thank You, Father, right now that healing is flowing into those who need it. You are restoring health back to them. The number of their days, You will fulfill. Lord, I thank You that today the tide is beginning to turn in their health. I speak wholeness and strength and victory into their physical body.

I pray for people in tough times.

So many are upset and worried, but our trust is in You today, Lord. You are close to the brokenhearted. I pray people feel your peace who haven’t felt it before. Lord, I thank You that You are with us.


Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning. I thank You that we are coming through this. We are under the shadow of the Most High. We dwell under Your shelter. No plague will come near our dwelling.


We stand in agreement, we thank You for Your protection over our family, ministry, career, and our health. Lord, we thank You that You are watching after us. I declare healing and wholeness, strength and peace, favor and victory over all Your people. I pray for the finances of all Your people.


I thank You that the economy is not our source, You are our source. Our trust is in You. You will make things happen that we couldn’t make happen on our own, and you are supplying all our needs. Lord, our trust, confidence, hope is in You.


We love You. We thank You for all You’ve done in the past, but the best is still yet to come. This too shall pass. We are victors and never victims. In Jesus’ name, I believe it and declare it today. Amen.​​"

Prayer by Joel Osteen (www.joelosteen.com)


Scripture

“...Let him have all your worries and cares, for he is always thinking about you and watching everything that concerns you...”


Restful Waters
Worry is a thief that steals your joy, your energy, and your sleep at night. You don’t make good decisions when you’re worried. You weren’t created to be constantly worried about your health, upset about your job, or stressed out over a friend who had been rude. Your mind needs a break. You weren’t designed to carry all that load. You have to turn your cares over to God.

David had all kinds of opposition and enemies coming against him. He could have lived upset and worried, but he understood this principle: “The Lord is my shepherd. He leads me to restful waters.” David was saying, “The way I keep my sanity and protect my peace on a regular basis is to go down to the still waters. I empty out all the worry and anxiety.” He let his mind rest. It can be chaotic all around you—traffic, people, problems, drama—but on the inside, in your spirit, you’re at rest.


Prayer

​“Father, thank You that You are my good shepherd who leads me to restful waters. I turn my cares over to You, knowing I can’t carry this load on my own, but You can and will on my behalf. I declare that I am resting in You. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”

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