Prophetic Intercession Focus Points: United States and Kenya

Posted: November 4, 2010 in Uncategorized

United States of America:
Chuck Pierce has prophesied that America will turn to God by May, 2011.  Speak this back to God in committed agreement.  Chuck’s word is a spark or perhaps a hot coal for a mighty fire.  Prophet Kim Clement has been prophesying in this same direction.  When you and I agree with these prophetic words and pray, it strengthens and hastens that word.  Join us in prophetic intercession, seeking God’s mandates.

Recent national elections concluded on November 2 will give opportunity for cleaning up corruption in national, regional and state governments.  President Obama carries, known or unknown, potential for a grand spiritual revival.  Pray for his heart to completely turn to God and to become a convincing spokesman for righteousness in all government levels.  Outrageous?  Ask God about it and pray what you hear.

The new speaker of the house of representatives John Boehner is third in succession to the presidency.  God wants his life turned around spiritually.  Pray for purity and righteousness.  Pray what you hear God say.

Please DO post in this blog what God says to you in “Comments” below.  Do not send an email.  Instead, post here.

Kenya:
This nation is spiritually hot.  There is potential for spiritual revival and reformation there that can affect the rest of the whole world.  God has been turning up the heat of His furnace towards Kenya for a very, very long time.  The Lord says we are to focus in particular on the slums of Nairobi as a symbol focus point.  Millions live there in sub-human conditions where women daily risk rape as they use toilet.

Kibera hosts one of the largest slums in Nairobi. Approximately 900,000 people live there in an area covering 2 square kilometres. Basic utilities are sparse, disease is rife and for many a basic meal only happens once every few days. Education is just a dream, school fees prohibit most families sending their children to school. Medical care is a luxury.

Please DO post in this blog what God says to you in “Comments” below.  Do not send an email.  Instead, post here.

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  1. Judy Smith says:

    Ras & Bev;
    I tried to sign up for this and told the website controller I used Microsoft. I am now BOGGED DOWN in HUNDREDS of mail add ons from people all over…PLEASE CANCEL this for me as I want all this deleted from my already “too full email mail”! Thank you. I could not seem to find an UNSUBSCRIBE button.

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  2. Judy Smith says:

    Hi Ras…I just deleted all the “junk” so it is now okay. I am so pleased to sign up as one who will go to the upper room for the nations in prayer. I am actually going to Chuka, Kenya Nov 29th and will be speaking at a Women’s conference on this very topic! Praise the LORD!!!

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    • ras65a says:

      Hello Judy… Glad it worked out for you. God some questions for you. About what is it costing you for the round trip by air. Then how about travel within the country of Kenya. I am thinking of going in about November, 2011, very tentative at this point. Gathering data and praying it through rightnow.

      What do you sense the spiritual climate to be in the regions you have visited?

      By the way, we are glad to have you in the upper room with us.

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      • Judy Smith says:

        Hi Ras…
        I will sit and actually write to you regarding your questions later today. I feel BLESSED to be part of this awesome group… God WILL be using it to accomplish His purpose in both Kenya and USA..guaranteed! 🙂

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  3. Bonnie Tennant says:

    Sr. Jennifer Simwa in Kenya, my friend of many years that I met in Omaha and pen pal, shared how she trusts God for her nation for Him to work His work in her government leaders, to disarm the corruption and evil and bring relief to the people goes about her day as best she can to reach people for Christ. Her heart is to minister to those who are being trafficked, to the helpless young women that are being abused and murdered by the warring tribes. She comes from a mud hut town called Eldoret. Her mother, sister, and other family are there. A few months back, the Lord allowed me to see a newscam flyover showing the devastation of the community of 1,000 (Eldoret) after attack by the tribes. The buildings were leveled and the tin corrugated roofs lay on top of the crumbled walls. Her mother, in her late 80’s, must work in her garden to plant her food because that is ALL she has even though she is so infirm, and her sister prayed as the villians tried to break in and rape or murder them. Here I am helpless to give them aid or comfort, except through my small prayers. How can we understand the reality of such a life? I wish more people knew the reality of the suffering of others so their hearts could be opened to express mercy to them.

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    • ras65a says:

      Joining my prayers to your Bonnie. I am seeing a spiritual cleansing coming to Eldoret and the surrounding tribes. Spilled blood will become the intercession for breaking all wicked curses and binding the demonic hordes. God is loosing angels right now in behalf of those living yet and for the memories and families of those deceased as a result of the slaughters.

      Let us unite and speak what God is saying by saying back to him what He has said.

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    • Deborah Stephens says:

      Dearest Bonnie, thank you so much for sharing this with us. Immediately, I was overcome with a groan in the Spirit that did not contain words. I shall print this out and spend time before the altar in weeping that provides the tears for the bowls that are poured over the earth from Heaven as revealed in the Book of Revelations. Countries like these demand the praying principles of Jeremiah 9:

      1Oh that my head were waters, and mine eyes a fountain of tears, that I might weep day and night for the slain of the daughter of my people!

      17Thus saith the LORD of hosts, Consider ye, and call for the mourning women, that they may come; and send for cunning [skillful] women, that they may come:
      18And let them make haste, and take up a wailing for us, that our eyes may run down with tears, and our eyelids gush out with waters.
      19For a voice of wailing is heard out of Zion, How are we spoiled! We are greatly confounded, because we have forsaken the land, because our dwellings have cast us out.
      20Yet hear the word of the LORD, O ye women, and let your ear receive the word of his mouth, and teach your daughters wailing, and every one her neighbour lamentation.
      21For death is come up into our windows, and is entered into our palaces, to cut off the children from without, and the young men from the streets.
      Bless you, Bonnie. Apostle Ras’ words are encouragement and truth. Remain faithful in your compassionate fervent prayers that will continue to avail much and so much more than you know. Our Savior God prevails in Christ Jesus always and without end!

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    • Judy Smith says:

      Hi Bonnie;
      It is intersting that you mention Eldoret; I will be meeting a pstor from there along with his wife in this trip my husband and I are making at the end of Nov. Also, my sister, I encourage your “small prayers”; they are actually causing havoc in the spiritual realm. Never underestimate WHO you are praying to!!! 🙂 I will send some news of Eldoret when I return in mid Dec.
      God bless and keep you.

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  4. Anita says:

    Check for round-trip airfare to Kenya (or anywhere) on CheapOair dot com…Dallas to Nairobi is presently 1302.00 a very good deal!
    Blessings.

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  5. Susan McCarson says:

    November 2010 — National Geographic has a photo of a slum area in Nairobi’s Kiberia. The caption states it is the part of a global art project — the eyes of women are painted on top of the train that is going through the area. The eyes of God?

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    • ras65a says:

      There have been two things touch my heart so deeply that tears came both time and remain to this day when I get informed about them, homeless children on dumpsites, under bridges and city streets and then the slum area of Nairobi. Especially the plight of the women in Kiberia. Two years ago, I was on the verge of going there and the Lord said “Not at this time.” Now I hear Him saying “It’s time.” Before, I discerned my heart would explode there if I went and that I would actually die there. God said my family especially needed me. Cade Michael Thompson came to need me for his very life. All is well and done now.

      I speak, decree and declare that God will gather all the demonic principalities and powers into a giant cloud. He will send myriads and myriads of angels and blow that cloud far into the sea and dissolve it into the depths. These same angels will add themselves to the sun that will shine on this place called Kiberia, Nairobi, Kenya and those rays from the sun will penetrated deep into the bodies and souls of the women, children and men there. They will be cleansed, made whole and find their way into a life of faith and prosperity. The Holy Spirit will hover over them to shape and form the goodness of God in their lives.

      God will raise up warriors of a different order and kind so that the kingdom of God will be manifested in a sustained way.

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      • Judy Smith says:

        Kiberia is something you can not imagine; the smells and noise; the abject poverty of over 1 million is unbelievable. There is great need for spiritual warfare over the city of Nairobi; corruption is great and it is truly the “melting pot” of many nations of the world (Arab, Asian, European, etc etc.). It reminds me of the country of Haiti; spiritual climate “FEAR” and on the opposite end “POWER & GREED”. Kenya is one of the more stable countries at this time, however that does not say much.

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    • ras65a says:

      Thanks for sending the URL so that I can read and see the articles and pixes. We need any help you can give on this one.

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  6. Ann Anderson says:

    I see a tornado swirling close to John Boehner. May he find the peace of God in the eye of the storm. May he have the wisdom and vision to discern the storm and the grace to see that his solutions can be found in the One Who holds all wisdom.

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    • ras65a says:

      You are hearing God on this Ann. I cast my lot to join in this prayer and invite others to also join us.

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    • ras65a says:

      I am in total agreement concerning him. Let’s build a shield of thorns around speaker Boehner. Many would enjoy bringing him down in scandal and other destructive strategies. This is very important to America that he stand strong and pure.

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  7. Bev Hill says:

    Ras and Bev, We recently moved into my parents’ “dome” house to care for it and the property while they are in assisted living for a season. We have prayed over it and dedicated it to God for His use. I have been asking Him,”Where in this new unfamiliar place am I to meet with you?” As I read your blog, I saw in my spirit myself and others with me, praying, in our loft apartment upstairs. We join you in the “upper room.”

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    • ras65a says:

      We so happy for you two. May God bless you in that upper room. We consider ourselves as one with you in this calling to prophetic intercession to posses the nations with mandates only God can give. Your are so faithful to your commitments and walk with the Lord and His people. Perhaps others will join you in that special upper room God has given. Bev mentioned seeing you last night. Looking forward to see you myself tonight and Sunday.

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  8. Dixie Wagner says:

    Scripture for Obama and John B. Prov. 21:1
    The King’s heart is in the hand of the Lord, as the rivers of water: he turneth it
    withersoever he will. The prayer following ; Turn the heart of the King to righteousness like the rivers of water. Turn his heart. Turn his heart.

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  9. Dee Bond says:

    Ras, I am so thankful for this site. I have received bits and pieces of what I have read here, but did not understand any of it, or even what to do with it, other than pray. It is encouraging to me to hear from others and yourself, and to begin to piece together the puzzle. I am anxious to go back through my journals and read again with new eyes. I had heard (over months, not all at once)… Clement, Euroclydon Winds, cast lot, Constantinople, Rothschild, claim peace in the name of Jesus… I hear these things and begin to question myself.

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    • ras65a says:

      This is excellent Dee. It needed to be shared like this. Please do share what you are hearing what you see with new eyes. I am excited about that.

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    • Judy Smith says:

      Hi Dee;
      Again, I am amazed at what God is revealing through this blog. I will be meeting with another pastor while in Kenya; his name is Clement and he is from Republic of Congo. I ask for your prayers as we make this journey in Nov-Dec. God bless you for sharing!

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  10. Sheila says:

    I am feeling somewhat vulnerable posting comments here and so immature in intercession. But, I am being “strong and of good courage” especially since I have read some of the comments and realize that the Lord is indeed with me in this intercession. Especially since the morning after I signed up to interceed for the nations, I received an e-mail from Chuck Pierce about the vision the Lord had given him for the United States. The Lord knows how to align in time. Amen. At first, I was “blown away” when I read that President Obama carries known or unknown potential for a grand spiritual revival. Outrageous? Outrageous! Then the Lord brought to my rememberance that the heart of the King is in His hands and He turns it wheresoever He will. NOTHING is too hard for the Lord. All of a sudden possibility potential seems limitless! In intercession for Kiberia, Nairobi as the focal point, I saw like shock waves traveling out, out, out. The scripture where He makes our horn as iron coupled with iron subdueth and breaketh in pieces all things comes to mind. I heard the Lord say to target the darkness. On my heart for nations, is Israel and then Japan. We had a missionary come to our church with a heart for Japan. The Christian population is miniminal and the suicide rate is alarming. They have all this modern technology, but nothing worth living for.

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    • ras65a says:

      Welcome to the upper room Sheila. We are glad you have joined us. Please read over the history of what others have submitted and then after you have prayed, give us what God says. God bless you and again, you are welcome here.

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  11. Nicky Jo Herner says:

    Ras and Bev, Thankyou very much for your ministry! I have been a subcriber for several years and your messages many times have been right on target for me in my life. I have had mental illness for 27 years and spent a few times in mental hospitals. It happened right after I got baptized in the Holy Spirit and I found that as my walk with the Lord got more intimate, the more peace and freedom from the voices that were tormenting me, I had. I have been a prayer warrior for my family and for my church. I walked away from my church for about a year and attended another church because of wounds I received from them. I have reconciled with my church and returned because I feel that God has called me there. I dreamed years ago while I was fasting of people in my church being slain in the Spirit all over the church and my Pastor being dumbfounded at what was going on! I go to a Lutheran church that really doesn’t know what revival is. It’s not even a part of their vocabulary. I desparately want to see what I dreamed about become reality in my church. Many people have been hurt as I was and I’ve prayed that they be restored in fellowship and a place be found for them.
    Thankyou for the Upper Room!

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  12. Anita says:

    Rap Star “Struck Down by Holy Spirit”

    Teresa Neumann: Nov 12, 2010
    ASSIST News Service

    “I tried getting up,” said Kenya, “but I couldn’t so I went on my knees in a prayerful pose and started crying like a baby.”

    As he was nearing Damascus on this mission, a brilliant light from Heaven suddenly beamed down upon him! He fell to the ground and heard a voice saying to him, “Saul! Saul! Why are you persecuting Me?” “Who are you, Sir?” Saul asked. And the voice replied, “I am Jesus, the One you are persecuting! Now get up and go into the city, and you will be told what you are to do.”-Acts 9:3-6
    Lord Kenya

    (Accra, Ghana)—Celebrated Ghanaian hiplife musician Lord Kenya shares a similar testimony today to that of the Apostle Paul or Martin Luther. (Note: Hiplife is a Ghanaian musical style which fuses highlife and hip hop. It is also influenced by dancehall and reggae. Recorded in Ghanaian languages such as Twi, Ewe and Ga, hiplife is rapidly gaining popularity throughout West Africa and abroad, especially in the United Kingdom, United States, Canada and Germany.)

    Still in awe, Lord Kenya told reporters in a November 1st interview that he was hit by lightning and fell flat when he went to get his regular supply of “wee” (popular name for marijuana) after seeing off a friend.

    “The past three weeks have been revealing for rap heavyweight champion, Lord Kenya who says that he has been ‘arrested’ by the Holy Spirit and is now a true born-again Christian”, reported Graphic Showbiz. “He feels extremely relieved and humbled by the whole process—he is the happiest person on earth.”

    “I tried getting up,” said Kenya, “but I couldn’t so I went on my knees in a prayerful pose and started crying like a baby. I refused to take my usual supply of ‘wee’ that night and headed home but I was ‘arrested’ by the Holy Spirit and ended in a church in my neighborhood called the Christian Eoanerges Gospel Ministry where I was warmly received and anointed.”

    Kenya states that he is now enjoying an amazing relationship with God. “Now I cannot stand the scent of alcohol or ‘wee’ and I am trying hard to convince those I used to smoke with to quit the habit.”

    Source: ASSIST News Service

    This man is a singer – may his music now consist of His music and be a portal for the Kingdom on earth in Kenya.

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  13. Peggy Morton says:

    There are stirrings in the heavenlies. Reach up and grab your inheritance, ignore the earthly buzz around us. Watch-listen for your right moment. Rise above the earthly plain. Do not let distractions take hold as they surely are the devil’s work to keep you held down at his level. Bind the devil, and loose the stirrings in the heavenlies! Our time for fanning the flames of revival across the nations has come!

    Ezekial 3: 22 The hand of the LORD was on me there, and he said to me, “Get up and go out to the plain, and there I will speak to you.” 23 So I got up and went out to the plain. And the glory of the LORD was standing there, like the glory I had seen by the Kebar River, and I fell facedown.

    Act 1: 7 (Jesus) said to them: “It is not for you to know the times or dates the Father has set by his own authority. 8 But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”

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  14. Let’s remember those in the U.S. facing a shortage of food in their households and also that they would receive spiritual nourishment during this season of famine in their lives:
    One in 7 US households hit by hunger – http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/N15275630.htm

    There was a famine in the land, besides the first famine that was in the days of Abraham…Isaac sowed in that land, and reaped in the same year one hundred times what he planted. Genesis 26:1, 12

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    • ras65a says:

      Alan, this exhortation is appreciated. The Alertnet link is excellent. I read the article.

      Let’s recommend: http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk.htm. we also suggest you and others pull up “Kenya,” “Nairobi,” “Kibera, Nairobi.”

      Lord, show us the way and break our hearts for the masses in USA and Kenya/.

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    • Judy Smith says:

      Hi Alan;
      You are a stats man and that is very good :).

      1/7 homes in USA hit with hunger…I definately agree; but let me add the thought of “spiritual hunger” as a key point in this statistic. (Nehemiah 9: 15; Proverbs 25: 21; Ezekiel 18: 3-9; John 6: 35; Romans 12: 20; Rev. 7: 14-17).

      Lord, open hearts to receive YOUR LIVING BREAD and WATER (John 7: 37, 38), in Jesus name.

      God bless you.

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