24-7 Prayer





24/7 prayer

Praying at all times in the Spirit, with all prayer and supplication.

To that end, keep alert with all perseverance,

making supplication for all the saints,

Ephesians 6:18 (KJV)


Ministering unto the Lord has been practised for close to 6000 years by various saints through the ages,

where the incense of prayer has been rising from the hearts of men and women of God who fear him and revere his name.

Therefore, the aim of these prayer meetings are:

  • To hear what is on the heart of the Lord for our generation and declare it.
  • To have a team of saints connect with God and one another from different parts of the Lord’s body.
  • To seek His face with no agenda but Him.
  • To share words of prophecy, knowledge and wisdom straight from the Spirit of the Lord.


I felt Revelation 12 was key. I was woken a 3am the other day and with revelation 12.1-3 and how this was key for the church. I felt that in this season people will be drawn to the brilliance of the woman or the dragon. I was reminded of 1 cor 15.51-58 and how the victory has already been won and we just need to stand in that truth against everything that is perishable. 

Its all about the heart and dealing with the things that is holding us back from standing in the victory God has given us. 

Lasting I felt the Micah verse “he has shown you, o mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? to act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God” Micah 6.8 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Jamie Old

Saw a full herd of white horses waiting. 

"I want you to build my army. Pray for the remnants for their time is coming. The devil is real and his schemes are real. Pray that he is exposed, for he has fitted himself amongst my people for too long, so much so that they can't even recognise truth. Their eyes are open but they cannot see. They have ears, but they cannot hear. Their gifts are dormant. Pray for the body, my church, my precious beloved. Oh how far they have strayed. They pray in my name but do not know me. I long to know them. Will you share my burden? Expose the evil one, for too long he has been hidden. Pray for revelation of the evil one. So that you may discern when he is at work in your life. I do not want him amongst my remnants. Pray for my remnants dear ones. Let it be your daily prayer, for the battle is not for the weak. However in me they are victorious. This is my promise to you all. Oh pray for my church, my beloved church. My bride, my spotless bride to be. Proclaim purity and righteousness. May she glow under my splendour and beauty. Release my glory onto her. It's a team work."

                                                                                                                                                                                                         Renesia Keymist

I feel this is a word for those who have been given the mandate to build the house of the Lord but have been dithering mainly because of financial concerns.


The time is here to rebuild the house of the Lord that lies in ruins, yet there are some who are hesitating and wondering: “How will I pay the bills and put food on the table for my family if I am to enter into ministry? How will I be able to maintain the standard of living that I am comfortable with with no other apparent source of provision?” Here is a warning and exhortation from the Lord: Until they align themselves with the will of God and step into the call to build the house of the Lord, there is no grace for their other endeavours. If they prioritise the livelihood of their own households over the house of the Lord, the food and drink they labour for will not satisfy, the work of their hands will yield little, and the money they earn will quickly fall through (Hag 1:4-6). And it is the Lord’s own hand that has caused such futility, because they are not walking according to the will of God (Hag 1:9-11; 2:16-17). But if they will trust the Lord to step into their call, not only the Lord will supply the grace for building the house of the Lord (Hag 1:13; 2:4), but He will also provide for them and bless them (Hag 2:18-19).


Therefore do not be anxious, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’ For the Gentiles seek after all these things, and your heavenly Father knows that you need them all. But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you. (Mat 6:31-33)


Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect. (Rom 12:2)


Jesus said to them, “My food is to do the will of Him who sent Me and to accomplish His work.” (Joh 4:34)


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Shan Lu

24 May 2019 Picture - Buried Treasure

Picture of treasure buried beneath layers of sedimentary rock, then there was a man standing over the treasure holding a long heavy metal digging bar, he was raising it up above his head and smashing it down into ground and breaking up the layers of solid rock until the treasure was completely  unearthed.


The treasure is our true self and gifting that we were born with, that as we grew up, we lost access to. The layers of sedimentary rock are the lies and discouragements, depressing us, that have been spoken to us and over us as we were growing up. These blankets of lies have been laid over our treasure for so long, that we actually believe there is no treasure and that the limitations of our lives is who we are and that who we are is set in stone. The figure with the digging bar is the Holy Spirit wielding the power of the cross and impacting our lives with the power and gravity of the God’s truth. Unearthing God’s power in us and enabling us to grow whole again.


30 May 2019 Picture - Ten Pence

I could see an old 10 pence coin embedded tails side up in an old, well-weathered peice of wood. The coin was not resting on, pushed in or stuck to the wood it looked like the wood grew around it. Like a Knot hole, but with a coin grafted in instead of a branch – looking like an eye.


The 10 pence is the old larger 10 pence coin rather than a new smaller coin, it symbolises the relevance of the cost paid in the currency at the time of our birth. The coin is tails side up de-emphasizing the king or queen but emphasizing the King of Kings. The old weathered piece of wood represents the cross and how Jesus’ sacrifice is the forever current Miracle holding us.

Jesus says the price has been paid for you – salvation doesn’t cost you anything You were purchased at birth, See I knew you are mine from your birth Our salvation is embedded in the Cross, by recognising, admitting, and accepting that we are equally responsible for Jesus’ crucifixion we honour Him honour His sacrifice – releasing His 10 fold blessing.

Jesus gave Himself - One body for everybody.

Purchase price/cost of the wood, the nails- price on everything, nothing happens without a cost

Cost of sacrifice

Cost to sacrifice

Cost to Jesus

Cost to Judas

Cost to Peter

3 days later miraculous resurrection

We are part of the cost – reason why He was sacrificed – He is still paying the cost

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