Praying Jesus

Discovery is a beautiful thing! What a wonderful feeling when you discover something new…something you had not seen or thought about before. Wow!

Dis you know Jesus-Yeshua-Messiah-Christ has many names? My goodness, one could say an awesome prayer just saying His names. But did you know you have been praying His Holy Name without thinking? In the Book of Exodus He revealed His name as, “I AM.” That’s one of the very first names of Jesus. And you have been saying His name ever since a child. For example, when someone asked your name, you replied, “I am John.” Every time you said, “I am,” you were also saying His name. In Revelation 3, Jesus introduces Himself to the church as the “AMEN.” Think of how many times in church or Bible study or finishing a prayer you said, “Amen,” it is so…of a truth. So we are really praying Jesus in these two instances, over and over again. What a blessing!

And here’s a Jesus prayer you can pray anytime, anywhere as often as you want.

“Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, my Lord and my God, have mercy on me a sinner.”

Blessings and thanks to you, Almighty and Eternal GOD, Creator of Heaven and earth, and all things, seen and unseen, and we, your people.

Blessed be Almighty GOD, Father, and Son, and Holy Spirit, and our eternal thanksgiving to you, Lord,  One God, forever and ever.

Blessed be Genesis, the book of beginnings and all things therein. Blessed be ‘the things to come,’ as so clearly stated in Scripture in Your prophetic word: the Church Age-the Age of Grace; the imminent ‘Rapture of the Church; the Great Tribulation; the 2nd Coming of Jesus Christ to earth to set up His Kingdom and reign a thousand years, the KING OF KINGS AND LORD OF LORDS; the New Heaven and New Earth; the New Jerusalem which comes down out of Heaven; Eternity with GOD forever and ever.

Blessings and thanksgiving, Lord, for your awesome Plan of the Ages-Plan of Salvation in the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world, Jesus Christ, He is the LAMB OF GOD.

In the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Ghost,

AMEN.

 

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