DAY 20 - Pray For South America

DAY 20 - Pray For South America

Pastor Anjolo fielder

Word of Faith

Southfield, MI

What’s going on? My name is Pastor Anjolo Fielder, one of the staff ministers at

Word of Faith in Southfield, Michigan. I’m so excited for day 20 of our 30 days of

prayer. Our focus today is going to be praying for the continent of South America.

The Word of God tells us in first Timothy chapter 2, verses 1 and 2 - Paul says, “I

exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving

of thanks, be made for all men; For kings, and for all that are in authority; that we

may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty.” When we pray

for kings and for all those that are in authority, or every form of leadership in the

places where we live or the places that we are praying for, it has a direct impact

on the people. We also see this in Proverbs chapter 29, verse 2 - the Word of God

says there, “When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the

wicked beareth rule, the people mourn.” We are praying that the Word of God can

get into this continent, into every country, into all their forms of government and

leadership, that there are godly men and women able to take those seats and take

those offices, and rule righteously. We are praying that impact won’t just happen

amongst their leadership, but it will trickle down on to every person in that area.

The Word of God is very clear: every person will have the opportunity to hear the

truth about Jesus and we are praying for an open door today into South America

that all of our brothers and sisters there will be encouraged and empowered to

share Jesus, and all those who live there - their hearts will be softened and open

to receive Jesus for who He truly is - the One and only true and living God, the

One who died for us, the One who rose again, the One who is alive right now, and

the One who will win that entire continent into the body of Christ. Are you ready?

I am - so let’s pray.