Digital Prayerbook: Deliver me from Ishmael


”And said unto him, Dost thou certainly know that Baalis the king of the Ammonites hath sent Ishmael the son of Nethaniah to slay thee? But Gedaliah the son of Ahikam believed them not” ~ JEREMIAH 40:14 (KJV)


1. He dismissed the revelation (Jeremiah 40:14)- Never take any message for granted, all messages should be treated with every atom of importance.

2. He failed to attack (Jeremiah 40:15-16) – In the school of deliverance parlance, it is always said crush them before they crush you”. Gedaliah failed to attack, and he paid a very costly price.

3. He ate with the enemy (Jeremiah 41:1) – Eating with an enemy, is giving an unhindered access for you to be struck and defeated by that enemy.


1. Any power or personality that wants to shut my eyes or close my ears from receiving messages critical to my survival, O Lord Arise and destroy them in Jesus name, amen.

2. O God my Father, give me the grace to crush the enemies of my destiny, before they destroy me, in Jesus name, amen.

3. Every enemy of my destiny looking for an opportunity to come close to me, in order to attack, Arise O Lord and seal every entrance into my life, in Jesus name, amen.

#DeliverMeFromIshmael #DigitalPrayerbook Β©2019

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