The prayers of Christ Jesus

Intercessors, if the Holy Spirit brings you prayers, please consider sharing them in the comments. God bless. JW

Father,
We come before You not trusting in our own righteousness. We have no righteousness of our own–only filthy rags. We come up under the authority of the covenant of the Blood of the Lamb and under the righteousness of Christ.
Christ died for us. Christ ever liveth to make intercession for us. We yoke ourselves to Christ Jesus, His righteousness and His prayers.
Holy Spirit, enter our spirits. Our prayers are ever-failing. We cry out for the never-failing intercessions of Christ. We join our prayers for the healing of neurologic disease to the prayers of Christ Jesus sitting at the right hand of the Father.
Holy Spirit, teach us to pray as Christ Jesus prays. Jesus is praying for His dear children. Let Him pray for them within us. We rest on Him. (Silence.) Amen.

Inspiration for this prayer came from John Hyde, missionary to India.

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2 Responses to The prayers of Christ Jesus

  1. Mary Sears says:

    Yes it is Jesus who prays for us; his prayers are always perfect and answered; so our prayers are answered. We believe we recieve when we pray so reach out and take (say: I believe I receive when I pray and I take from Jesus the healing I asked for). God’s answers are always Amen and Amen. Thanks for this time and space.

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