E.W. Kenyon & Don Gossett

B. Childress
Apr 23 2012

Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of
  (Hebrews 4:16)

We come in the name of Jesus.  We come on the authority of His own promises, such as:
“Whatsoever ye shall ask in
my name, that will I do”
(John 14:13).  That word is His word.  It makes Him utter the same prayer that our lips are saying.

“If two of you shall agree on earth as touching any thing that they shall ask, it shall be done for them of my Father
which is in heaven”
(Matthew 18:19).  When I quote His word, that same word goes before the Father.  It is His word, not
my word.  It is His prayer, not my prayer.

Remember, Jesus also said,
“If ye abide in me, and my words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be
done unto you”
(John 15:7).

I am using Jesus’ words.  The Father hears the words of Jesus coming from lips yielded to the lordship of His Son, so it
is as if His Son is praying through my lips.  I remind Him that the Word abides in me and that I abide in Him.  There is no
ignoring it.  It is the Master Himself doing the work.  He prays through me.

Before the Father, I say,
“Whatsoever ye shall ask in my name, that will I do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son”
(John 14:13).  I say, “I desire that You be glorified through Jesus, so, I am asking in Jesus’ name that this thing be done.”

Here, the word “ask” means “demand.”  I am demanding that the soreness leave this person’s body.  I know, by this
taking place, that the Father will be glorified.  I am taking Jesus’ side of the issue and doing the thing that will glorify the
Father.  When we take this attitude, prayer becomes a God-sized affair.  We enter into the fullness of Christ in our
prayer life.

Sitting here in my study, I can touch China and the utmost islands of the sea.  I can send angel forces to minister to
those in need.  God’s word becomes the coin of the kingdom.  Jesus’ name on my lips becomes as though the Master
Himself were present.  Let us enter into this practice in all its fullness.


KEY’S TO RECEIVING GOD’S MIRACLES, by E.W. Kenyon & Don Gossett, Copyright 2011, Whitaker House.