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Hold the Rope!

“Prayer is the master strategy that God gives
for the defeat and routing of Satan.”
-Dr. Wesley Duewel

As we near the end of our two-year prayer journey for the Himalayas, we are thrilled to share with you that the Global Prayer Digest November issue has been dedicated to the High Places! For this feature, I was asked to write the editorial article on prayer and missions. Here is an excerpt to encourage and inspire YOU as an intercessor:

995869_213756212131842_419595462_nConsider William Carey’s famous words: “Who will go down to the heathen and take them the gospel? I will go. But you must hold the rope for me!”

That’s what I’m asking you to do, my friend; hold the rope. Prayer holds the rope! James Fraser, wrote, “I believe it will only be known on the last day how much has been accomplished in missionary work by the prayers of earnest believers at home. Solid, lasting missionary work is done on our knees.”

While dollars, rupees, yen, francs, and dinar are all measures of purchasing power on the earth, only prayer has purchasing power in heaven. Prayer is heaven’s only currency!

The really exciting bit is the prayer surge that will be released through the Global Prayer Digest will usher in an irresistible breakthrough for Jesus in the High Places. There are three teams going into the Himalayas for strategic prayer and worship in the next couple weeks. When you put your shoulder into the plow through prayer, it makes all the difference for your brothers and sisters who are going.

Help us make a direct HIT by saying a quick prayer for each of these points!

    • Anointing that breaks the yoke (Isaiah 61)
    • Protection
    • Good health
    • Stamina
    • Favor
    • Miracles

 have prayed.

Help us make an even bigger splash by joining the High Places team on Facebook HERE and signing up for Daily Prayers HERE.

Victory is imminent!

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Kathleen Dillard

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