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           Prayer of Agreement               Again I say to you, that if two of you agree on earth about anything that they     may ask, it shall be done for them           by My Father who is in heaven.                       (Matthew 18:19)                                                                 ______________________________                                                                 A Prayer to God Our Provider                                                                  Father God, You are my Provider, and You will provide a place for me and will plant me so that I can have a home of my own and no longer be disturbed. You will also give me rest from all my enemies. You provide food for those who fear You, and You have shown me the power of Your works. The works of Your hands are faithful and just; all Your precepts are trustworthy. They are steadfast forever and ever, done in faithfulness and uprightness. You have provided redemption for Your people; You have ordained Your covenant forever—holy and awesome is Your name. I purpose to forget the former things; I will not dwell on the past, and it will no longer control my decisions. I see that You are doing a new thing! I perceive that it is now springing up. O my Father, You provide water in the desert and streams in the wasteland, to give me drink. I am Your chosen; You formed me for Yourself that I may proclaim Your praise. I thank You for bringing health and healing to me, and allowing me to enjoy abundant peace and security. You brought me out of captivity, and You are helping me rebuild my life. In the name of Jesus I confess my sin of rebellion against You, and I thank You for Your forgiveness—You are cleansing me from all unrighteousness. The people will praise and honor You before all nations on earth as they hear of all the good things You do for me. The people will be in awe and will tremble at the abundant prosperity and peace You have provided for me. Father, You have supplied me with seed that I may sow, and have given me bread for food. You will also supply and increase my store of seed and will enlarge the harvest of my righteousness. I pray that You will make my love increase and overflow for others. Lord, the God of my fathers, increase me a thousand times and bless me as You have promised! I shall prosper and be in health, even as my soul prospers, in the name of Jesus. Amen.                                                       Image result for pictures of praying
                                                                                          questionMarks.jpg - 11.98 kB             Did Balaam's donkey really talk to him?                                                                                    There is no doubt that Balaam’s donkey spoke to him in Numbers 22:2-38. The question that arises is whether the donkey was suddenly given the power of speech. While it is certainly possible that God granted human powers to the donkey, it’s more likely that He opened her mouth and spoke through her. The angel that barred his way is identified as the angel of the Lord, likely a manifestation of the presence of God Himself. After the donkey “spoke” to Balaam, and Balaam’s eyes were opened, the angel proceeded to ask the identical questions that came from the mouth of the donkey, further evidence that God, not the donkey, was actually speaking both times. This is reiterated by Peter, who identifies the donkey as “a beast without speech” and who “spoke with a man’s voice” (2 Pet.2:16).  Why was Balaam not shocked into silence by the donkey speaking to him? Surely, it must have come as a surprise to him, and under normal circumstances. The Bible doesn’t tell us why he didn’t find it odd to be addressed by a donkey, but we do know something about his state of mind. First, he was in rebellion against the Lord, going to Balak for his own purposes and not those of the Lord. Second, the donkey’s refusal to continue down the path enraged him so that he beat her out of anger because she had mocked him and made a fool of him. It wasn’t until the angel opened Balaam’s eyes to see reality that he relented in his anger against the donkey, listened to the angel, and repented. Verse 38 tells us that Balaam went to Balak and told the king, “I must speak only what God puts in my mouth," which just goes to show that God can use anyone, even a donkey and a rebellious prophet, to do His will and speak His truth.