9/21 Days of Prayer

The second part of the Tabernacle was the Brazen Altar. The Brazen Altar represented the cross of Jesus.
In the Old Testament, everyone had to regularly bring animal sacrifices as payment for their sins. Today, we don’t have to do that because Jesus paid for our sins once and for all with His blood on the cross.
PSALM 103:2-5 (NIV)

Praise the LORD, my soul, and forget not all His benefits—who forgives all your sins and heals all your diseases, who redeems your life from the pit and crowns you with love and compassion, who satisfies your desires with good things so that your youth is renewed like the eagle’s.

Thank God for the gift of His son Jesus. Thank Jesus for His sacrifice and love. Let the power of the cross and what it means for your life really settle in your spirit. In addition to expressing your gratitude, claim the power of transformation and healing that the cross of Jesus has in your life.
The cross provides us with five major benefits:
Salvation: God forgives all my sins
Healing: God heals all my diseases
Redemption: God rescues me and restores me
Transformation: God changes me into His likeness
Blessing: God provides everything I need


“Thank You God for making a way for me through your Son. Jesus, thank you for the sacrifice you made for me on the cross. You saved me, and you set me free. I praise you for being my Healer. You have power over all illness, disease, and harm in my life. (List specific areas where you need to experience God’s healing power.) Thank you for being my Redeemer. You rescue me and give my life purpose. Thank you for transforming my life with your love and constantly renewing me. I want to be more like you every day. (Take time to give Him access to every area of your life.) Thank you for blessing me. I know you have good plans for me, and all that I have comes from you.”

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