So I sought for a man among them who would make a wall, and stand in the gap before Me on behalf of the land, that I should not destroy it; but I found no one. Ezekiel 22:30
Have you ever heard a report about someone that grieved your spirit? I’m not talking about shedding a few tears then going about your business, I’m talking about a deep sadness in your spirit that won’t let go of you. The kind that creates a sound of deep intercession for a soul.
I am going to attempt to put into words the things that I saw in my spirit as I began to cry out for this person. I saw their mother (who I’ve never met and who is long deceased), with her apron over her head crying out for her children. I heard her say, “Save my children that they may serve you and be mighty warriors in Your Kingdom.” She was rocking back and forth in deep prayer on a stool in her kitchen.
Suddenly I saw her words moving through the earth as if they were just spoken and I heard the Lord say, “The prayers of the saints still cry out to me, will you take up their cause? Will you cry out for their children and their childrens children? So many of my people are only concerned for their own, but if you will intercede for them, I will indeed watch over My Word for your children and their children unto the 3rd and 4th generation and they will serve me always.”
This has always been Gods way; sowing seed, doing for others, it’s the way His Kingdom operates in the earth. I just wanted to stir up in you what the Lord is stirring in me. Pray for others as if your own life depended on it. Cry out for the lost as if those were your children. Call them back to God in the spirit realm so that your words will join His word and their words and battle for their souls.
Father, I join the prayers of all the saints before me and I lift up their sons and daughters before you. I cry out with a loud voice, come back to God! Come back to the call of God! Stir up the gifts and anointings’ You’ve placed on them. Give them a deep sense of dissatisfaction that is only satisfied in You. Father, I join my words with those who have gone before me, that their children will be mighty in Your Kingdom. That signs, wonders and miracles will follow them and many will come to know You from their great testimony. It’s in Jesus’ mighty name, Amen.