Keep Praying and Bless: Day 50 – Cambridge & environs

Who is this King of glory? The LORD of hosts, He is the King of glory. (Psalm 24:10)

We decree that the Lord of hosts is Almighty God, the King of Glory, and to Him alone belongs all honour, praise and glory.

We decree:

Aaronic Blessing: The Lord bless you and keep you, The Lord make His face shine upon you and be gracious to you, The Lord lift up His countenance toward you and give you peace. Thus, we put His name upon you and He will bless you (Numbers 6:24-27).

We bless the British Isles with having the Lord of hosts as their shield and protector.

Plus the Lord’s Prayer and the Prayer of Protection.

NB: See Day 1 for scriptural principles of decrees and blessings, plus some background.

3 thoughts on “Keep Praying and Bless: Day 50 – Cambridge & environs

    • You’re correct and if we check dictionary definition we find slight but clear distinction between those words. Decree is the authoritative one and why we use it in speaking pronouncements from scripture, as I understand it. The link I gave elsewhere to internationally recognised prophet Rev Dr Sharon Stone will help too.


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