Celebrating Nigeria Freedom

Celebrating Nigeria Freedom

Ex.14:1-2 “Then the Lord said to Moses, “Tell the Israelites to turn back and camp in front of Pi Hahiroth, between Migdol and the Red Sea, near Baal Zephon.


Number one: Lord Jesus as we gather together for this meeting, speak to everyone that you called, speak your mind to every one of us.

Number two, O Lord, open our mind, our spirit, our ears, and our eyes to hear and see what you have in stock for us and not what the enemy has done for us. Exodus 14:4 “I will make him stubborn, and he will pursue you, and my victory over the king and his army will bring me honor. Then the Egyptians will know that I am the Lord.” The Israelites did as they were told.

Number three, Father, show us your glory, destroy the enemies of Nigeria, destroy the enemies of my God-given destiny in Jesus’ name. Exodus 14:11-13 They said to Moses, “Weren’t there any graves in Egypt? Did you have to bring us out here in the desert to die? Look what you have done by bringing us out of Egypt! 12 Didn’t we tell you before we left that this would happen? We told you to leave us alone and let us go on being slaves of the Egyptians. It would be better to be slaves there than to die here in the desert.” 13 Moses answered, Don’t be afraid! Stand your ground, and you will see what the Lord will do to save you today; you will never see these Egyptians again.

Number four: O Lord, today I reject and destroy the spirit of fear, timidity, and bondage in the name of Jesus.

Number five, Father in the name of Jesus, I receive the spirit of Faith, confidence, wholeness and. freedom in your word in Jesus’ name.

Number six, Father, fight every battle, attack, and aggression against Nigeria, Restore peace, progress, freedom, stability, rest on every side – Economy, region, tribal, religion, national and international. Isaiah 43:14-19 Israel’s holy God, the Lord who saves you, says, “To keep you, I will send an army against Babylon; I will break down the city gates, and the shouts of her people will turn into crying. 15 I am the Lord, your holy God. I created you, Israel, and I am your king.” 16 Long ago the Lord made a road through the sea, a path through the swirling waters. 17 He led a mighty army to destruction, an army of chariots and horses. Down they fell, never to rise, snuffed out like the flame of a lamp! 18 But the Lord says, “Do not cling to events of the past or dwell on what happened long ago. 19 Watch for the new thing I am going to do. It is happening already—you can see it now! I will make a road through the wilderness and give you streams of water there.

Number seven, O Lord, turn all the past agony, failures, and pains of Nigeria and Nigerians to history; Return to plenty, abundance, merriment, joys, and rejoicing back to Nigeria, Do a new thing in Jesus’ name.

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