Prayer Directives from Jerusalem

The prayer directives before you were given to Bishop Greg Stevenson by the Holy Spirit while fulfilling a 315 hour, 2 part intercessory prayer mandate on the Mount of Olives and in Rehavia Jerusalem.

Bishop Stevenson had it confirmed to him while still at the residence at the beginning of 2010 that he was to return to the Rehavia residence where he was to begin another intercessory prayer mandate.

The new prayer mandate was to be 5 hours per day for 55 weeks. May 01, 2010 until the evening of May 21, 2011. This prayer mandate had nothing to do with the coming of the Messiah but was an intercessory prayer mandate for the specific prayer directives listed on the web site.

Quite amazingly, the Lord showed him in a dream before the mandate stated that he was climbing a ladder to the top of a loft and when he had almost reached the top, one of the ladder's rungs broke, but he only received a small scrape on his shin and then went on to take the last step to the top of the loft.

Bishop Stevenson spoke with a number of people concerning the dream and that there was going to be a break that would occur before he made it to the top of the loft, but it was not clear how the break would come about until the legal battle started with the Ministry of Interior.

Nevertheless, he was able to leave the country for a short time, still keeping the prayer mandate, and then return to Rehavia to complete the prayer mandate. All praise to God and thanks to the many intercessors that stood in the gap for him.

Bishop Stevenson had at the beginning of April 2011, received a word from the Lord concerning a new prayer mandate and quickly received two powerful confirmations that would help him know that God had established the matter concerning the new prayer mandate. 

The new intercessory prayer mandate that Bishop Stevenson has been given will start on 07/01/2011 in Jerusalem and will go through 09/25/2012.

The prayer mandate will entail praying 8 hours each day for one single purpose, and that is, praying for the peace of Jerusalem. He is to pray from Sunday evening until the following Sabbath.

There are no regional or international restrictions on his intercessions, however, he is restricted to one purpose 40 hours each week, to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. Nevertheless, Bishop Stevenson asks all that pray to please keep all the prayer directives listed on this web site in their prayers and intercessions.

At this time there are presently 2,584 hours of intercessory prayer for the peace of Jerusalem have been completed bringing this present mandate to its conclusion. "It is finished." Thanks be to God for all those that participated in holding my arms up as I made up the hedge and stood in the gap for the peace of Jerusalem.

The newest intercessory prayer mandate that Bishop Stevenson has been given will start on 10/10/2012 in Jerusalem and will go through 09/25/2014. At this present time, there are 4,088 hours of the prayer mandate completed.

This newest prayer mandate will entail praying 8 hours a day from Sunday evening until the evening of Shabbat is sounded.

From Shabbat until Saturday evening shall be observed as a time of rest, personal prayer, devotional reading of God's Word, meditation on the scriptures, a reflection of the past week of prayer and a time of enjoying worshiping the Lord in holy music and praise.

Saturday evening up until Sunday evening when prayer begins will be a time for ministry, Church, personal prayer, a study of the Word, writing and working on the Jerusalem web site and general ministry.

The focus of intercession on this newest prayer mandate will be multiple, but given to me in this order,
1. Praying for the Land of Israel. 
2. Praying for the outpouring of the Spirit of grace and of supplication upon the House of David and upon the inhabitants of Jerusalem.
3. Praying for the peace of Jerusalem.
4. Praying for the Jewish community in France that are struggling in the valley of decision about making Aliyah to Israel.

This is the exact order I was given, which seemed to put a sense of emphasis on the Land of Israel. Blessings to all those that pray for Israel, the House of David, for those that dwell in Jerusalem and to those that pray for the peace of Jerusalem.

In this latest intercessory prayer mandate, all the prayer directives will be prayed for, but there is a special emphasis on establishing a portal in the city of Nice, France, that God may be able to send ministering angels to draw His people back to the Land of Israel for these last days. This prayer mandate was completed on September 13, 2015, in Jerusalem.

The present prayer mandate in Nice France was started on October 16, 2015, and will be completed on December 07, 2015 which will be the first day of Hanukkah.

The present prayer mandate in Nice France was started on April 22, 2016, and will be completed on 06/12/2016 which will be Pentecost. Mandate completed.

The upcoming intercessory prayer mandate will begin on 08/15/2016 and will be completed on 12/30/2016. The mandate will be for 8 hours per day, Monday thru Friday with personal prayer and intercession on weekends.

From 12/10/2009 to the present time of 12/30/2016 there have been 11,700 hours of mandated intercessory prayer completed along with thousands of hours of personal prayer and intercession.

 

12/10/2009 - 12/19/2009  Mount of Olives                Prayer mandate -  70 hours  
12/19/2009 - 02/07/2010  Rehavia, Jerusalem         Prayer mandate- 245 hours 
05/01/2010 - 05/21/2011  Rehavia, Jerusalem         Prayer mandate-1925 hours  
07/01/2011 - 09/25/2012  Jerusalem City                 Prayer mandate-2584 hours 
10/10/2012 - 09/25/2014  Jerusalem City                 Prayer mandate-4088 hours
12/16/2014 - 09/13/2015 Nice, France-Jerusalem   Prayer mandate-1358 hours
10/06/2015 - 12/07/2015 Nice, France                     Prayer mandate-  315 hours
04/22/2016 - 06/12/2016 Nice, France                      Prayer mandate-  315 hours
08/15/2016 - 12/30/2016 Nice, France-Jerusalem   Prayer mandate - 800 hours
03/01/2017 - 05/23/2017 Florida-Nice France          Prayer mandate - 300 hours

We are not asking anyone to replace their personal prayer list, but what we are asking is that you would consider adding these directives to your list or post them on the bulletin board at the place where you worship. These are perilous times that we are living in and our world is changing on a daily basis.

 

1...Pray for the Land of Israel.

2...Pray for the outpouring of the Spirit of grace and of supplication upon the house of David and upon the inhabitants of Jerusalem.  

3...Pray for the peace of Jerusalem.

4...Pray for the preservation of America.

5...Pray for the countries that stand with Israel.

6...Pray for the prayer groups that are making up the hedge and standing in the gap for the peace of Jerusalem.

7...Pray for the Messianic congregations that are planted here in Israel and throughout the world.

8...Pray for the Messianic believers that have businesses here in Israel. Pray that they may prosper and be a powerful witness for Yeshua.

9...Pray for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and all the leaders of Israel that will have to make hard decisions in the Knesset.

10...Pray for the ministry of “For The Peace Of Jerusalem.”
 

11 ..Pray that God will have Mercy upon San Francisco, California, concerning the prophecy of 2 separate earthquakes that will strike.
 

12..Pray a triple measure of God's Grace to be poured out upon America.

13.. Pray for the entire Middle East.

 

14.  Pray for the Jewish community in France that are struggling in the valley of decision concerning making Aliyah.


 15. Pray for the enlargement of the portal that has been established since 2013 in the city of Nice, France. Also, do the same for the many portals throughout France that have been established for the House of David. Ask the Lord to send ministering angels to draw His people back to the Land of Israel.

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