posted by Harvey Pinkney on Apr 15

This is a Prayer Warrior Discussion started by Janet Schroeter

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6 Comments to “Praises In The Battlefield”

  1. Harvey Pinkney Says:

    Praises in the Battlefield stem from the fact - in my opinion - that we are meant to be warriors. When we are battling as THE LORD prescribes we are the farthest from satisfying our flesh. We are in total domination over our flesh. The fact that we are putting ourselves in danger, yet it is the happiest that the spiritual man can be, is like the scripture from the book of Acts when the Apostles were beat and praised God because of it. Acts 5:40-42 King James Version 40 And to him they agreed: and when they had called the apostles, and beaten them, they commanded that they should not speak in the name of Jesus, and let them go. 41 And they departed from the presence of the council, rejoicing that they were counted worthy to suffer shame for his name. 42 And daily in the temple, and in every house, they ceased not to teach and preach Jesus Christ.

  2. Janet Schroeter Says:

    yes I agree. That is what I vision as we are prayer warriors we are giving up all of our fleshly things and we are go into the spiritual battle realm for people lives. Easter is a praise in the battle field. Jesus still praised his father during his death. Heres what the lord showed me about Easter and praise. E-Everlasting God A-Amazing Love S-Savior T-Together forever E-Ever Reigning Lord R- Reign forever in Heaven Luke 24:34 The Lord has Risen indeed and has appeared to Simeon.

  3. Janet Schroeter Says:

    Praises in the battlefield does mean we need to die to self and gain christ. We are always fighting a battle it seems like. Whether it is with our flesh, mind, job, kids, etc. whatever you think your battle might be. But remember we war not against flesh and blood but against the principalities of darkness. We are the victors. Jesus Christ is the Paid the ultimate price of praise to win the battle of our souls for eternal life. Keep praising him in the storm. There is light at the end of the tunnel. You can get through your battle with the praises of Jesus Christ. Psalm 144:1-2 Blessed be the Lord my Rock, Who trains my hands for war, And my fingers for battle-----My lovingkindness and my fortress, My high tower and My deliver, My shield and the One in whom I take refuge, Who subdues my people under me.

  4. Janet Schroeter Says:

    I want to thank StreetPrayers.org for giving me in opporunity to use my gifts for this ministry. This is also a praise in battlefield. We were meant to be warriors for Christ. And I know some of you out there have a warriors heart and spirit and not sure where to go with it and how to use it. And also are waiting for the right door to open at the right time. I say hang in there prayer warriors. Your time will come when the season is for it. I had a conversation yesterday with a friend of mine and she said something very interesting. She said we need to know what season we are in and what gifts to use in that season. Such as prayer. If we are not in the season of intercession prayer and were doing it, it is not going to do us any good. Are we bearing fruit. Hang in there all you prayer warriors that have a heart to serve and to be served. Your season will come and you will know when it is ripe.

  5. Harvey Pinkney Says:

    It is important that we take our eyes off of ourselves and keep them on Jesus. Jesus is our commander and chief in battle!

  6. Harvey Pinkney Says:

    I have entered into a new aspect of "Praises in The Battlefield" based upon a revelation regarding my tendancy to separate the marketing company from my spiritual life. This was prompted by a prayer made yesterday by Janet Schroeter.

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