BY REV. DORAL PULLEY, Today’s Church Tampa Bay
READ | Matthew 18:15-20
Kingdom praying is building consciousness, your awareness of God. You build consciousness by quoting scriptures, denials, and affirmations. There is power in speaking the Word of God aloud with power and authority. There is power in denials and affirmations.
Praying the Kingdom is denouncing hatred, envy, jealousy, strife, malice, bitterness, or unforgiveness that you do not desire and affirming the love that you do desire. Praying the Kingdom is decreeing that sorrow, sadness, discontentment, or depression have no power over you and affirming your Divine birthright of joy.
Praying the Kingdom is releasing conflict, confusion, chaos, discord, battles, and war and holding in your mind the Fruit of the Spirit, which is peace. Praying the Kingdom is binding illness, sickness, pain, disease, discomfort, and dysfunction, and “loosing” wholeness, healing, and health.
Praying the Kingdom is letting go of the limiting beliefs of poverty, recession, lack or limitation, and declaring your Divine inheritance of increase, abundance, overflow, and more than enough. Praying the Kingdom is allowing any thoughts or feelings of ignorance and stupidity to die and giving birth to knowledge, wisdom, and understanding that is already inside of you.
Praying the Kingdom is putting aside any faulty perceptions of bondage, addiction, imbalance, or slavery and standing in your power of liberty and freedom. Praying the Kingdom is not giving any energy to discord, division, and discrimination and focusing completely on unity and equality.
Praying the Kingdom is sending sins, offenses, transgressions, trespasses, iniquities, and abominations into the nothingness from which they came and embracing righteousness and holiness. Praying the Kingdom is denouncing darkness, deceit, lies, hypocrisy, and dishonesty and wrapping everyone in light and love.
Rev. Doral Pulley is the senior pastor of Today’s Church Tampa Bay, 940 5th Ave. S, St. Petersburg (Staybridge Suites) and 5107 North Central Ave., Tampa.