Ambassadors for Jesus Christ

Ambassadors for Jesus Christ
Ambassadors for Jesus Christ is listed in the Churches Pentecostal category in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Displayed below is the only current social network for Ambassadors for Jesus Christ which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Ambassadors for Jesus Christ on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 35.

Contact information for Ambassadors for Jesus Christ is:
110 Cude St
Fayetteville, NC 28306
(910) 485-6395

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21 Day Consecration Devotion: D A Y 1 7 A Prayer for Spiritual Strength - Ephesians 3:14-21 Father, In the name of Jesus, I praise and thank You that You saved me for a purpose; that You have a plan for my life that exceeds my most imaginative hopes and dreams. For that reason, Father, I bow my knee to You, the God of heaven and earth from whom Your whole family receives our name. I pray that by Your glorious riches You would strengthen me on the inside through the power of Your Holy Spirit and that Christ would truly live in my heart and live through me by my faith in You. Help me to understand with all of the saints the breadth, length, depth, and height of Your love which surpasses all knowledge. Fill me with all of Your fullness, Your wisdom, strength, and power, so that I would live constantly to Your glory! Now unto You, Father, who is able to do exceedingly far above all that I ask or can imagine, be the glory in the church through Christ Jesus throughout all the ages and forever. Amen! Destroying Generational Curses Heavenly Father, I (we) come to You now in the Name of my (our) Lord and Savior Christ Jesus. Lord Jesus Christ, I (we) believe that You are the Son of God; that You died on the cross for my (our) sins; that God raised You from the dead, and You ascended to heaven. Heavenly Father, I (we) repent of any sins in my (our) life (lives) and my (our) ancestors' lives, going back 25 generations, that have resulted in a curse or curses. I (we) repent of all and any sins of: not keeping Your commandments: having other gods before You; making or buying images, bowing down to or serving images; for taking the Lord my (our) God's Name in vain; for not observing and keeping holy the Sabbath day; not honoring my (our) father and/or mother; murder; adultery; stealing; bearing false witness; coveting a neighbor's spouse, house, land, servants, donkey, or anything that is my neighbor's; not loving You with all my heart, with all my soul, and with all my mind; not loving my neighbor as myself, or not loving myself. I (we) ask for Your forgiveness and cleansing through the Blood of the Lord Jesus Christ according to 1 John 1:9 and John 14:14. Heavenly Father, I (we) repented of all of my (our) sins and I (we) thank You for forgiving me (us). In the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ, I (we) now ask You to destroy all curses, generational curses that have been placed on me (us), my (our) spouse, and my (our) children, including ten generations. #21dayconsecration #finalweek #afitlyjoinedcovenant #afjcstrong #day17 #AFJC #watchGODwork #miraclesSIGNSwonders #winningSZN

21 Day Consecration Devotion: D A Y 1 6 God’s Provision & Protection When we seek God and are thankful for all He has given us, we will not lack anything we need. When we give to those less fortunate than ourselves, He will bless us (Ps.41:1- 2). But if we close our eyes to the needs of those around us, God will do the same with our needs. When we put all that we have, especially our finances in His hands and do with it what He is telling us to do, He promises to bless us. Remember, if you give nothing you get nothing, and if you give little you get little; “you reap what you sow”. Now for protection, we should never take for granted the protection of the Lord in our lives. We should not enter a plane, train, or automobile without praising God as our Protector. We should not enter a day without asking Him for His protection, and then thanking Him for it in advance. How many times have we been protected and spared from harm and disaster that we are not even aware of? God’s word tells us that we are in His hands and no man can pluck us out. Prayer Lord, I worship You as my Almighty God. You are my King and Lord over all my life. I surrender everything I have to You, because I recognize that every good thing I have, has been given by You, as a sign of Your goodness, mercy, and love (James 1:17). You are my Provider,and You provide everything I need. Lord I praise You as my Protector. Thank You for hiding me under the shadow of Your wings”. You have delivered my soul from death. Have You not kept my feet from falling, that I may walk before God in the light of the living. Thank You, Lord for providing and protecting me, my family, and all that I have in Jesus name, Amen. Scriptures to Meditate on: Psalm 28:7, 34:10, Matthew 6:25-34, Psalm 91 >>> Note of encouragement: We have embarked upon the last week of your prayer and fasting. Great job, you have hung in there. This last week will focus on more praying and reading the scriptures, instead of devotions. We will focus more on praying specific prayers from specific scriptures for specific topics, such as; unity, sanctification, guidance, and thankfulness. #21dayconsecration #afitlyjoinedcovenant #Day16 #AFJC

21 Day Consecration Devotion: D A Y 1 5 Enlightenment 💡 Do you have a desire to be more in tune to the Word of God? Do you want a bigger & greater understanding of the things of God? Today, the central focus and challenge is for us to really seek and ask for the wisdom of God, and divine revelation of our Holy Father and His Word. Remember, you must do your part in reading and studying the word of God. Knowledge, comprehension, and wisdom of God and His word does not come to those who are slothful, unwilling to study, or does not spend time with God. Give the Lord something to work with; you must put forth some effort. Prayer Lord of Glory, I pray that You might give to me Your spirit of wisdom and revelation in the sphere of a full knowledge of Yourself, with the eyes of my heart being enlightened, knowing what is the hope of Your calling, what is the wealth of the glory of Your inheritance in me and what is the super-a-bounding greatness of Your inherent power to me as one who believes, as measured by the operative energy of the manifested strength of Your might (Eph.1:17-19). Father, I pray also that You would make known to me the mystery of Your will according to Your good pleasure which You have purposed in Yourself (Eph. 1:9). Amen. Scriptures to Meditate on: Daniel 2:21, James 1:5 #21dayconsecration #afitlyjoinedcovenant #day15 #afjc

21 Day Consecration Devotion: D A Y 1 4 Restore Relationships Today as you continue in this time of fasting and prayer, ask the Holy Spirit to help you restore any of your relationships that you know ended in an abrupt way. You may not be angry or hold any ill feeling towards the person, but maybe you feel as if they are upset with you. Sometimes the enemy blinds us into thinking that someone is angry at us or you have done something wrong to them. Walk in boldness today and with the help of the Holy Spirit, go to that person and say, “can we talk”. Don’t be tricked by your own thoughts, it may not be what you think. How many people do you know are not communicating with distant loved ones just because they think that the other person is mad at them when in fact it’s not that way at all? Maybe they are waiting on you to make the first move. Let love abound. Prayer Father, today I ask you to help me take all of my thoughts captive to the obedience of Jesus Christ. Help me Lord to see all people the way you see them. Help me Lord to be a person of reconciliation, restoring all that may have been lost in the relationships with others you have place in my life. I ask You Father to restore a good relationship between me and all of my family, church family, friends, co-workers, and others. It is in Your name I pray, Amen. Scriptures to Meditate on: Proverbs 19:11, Ephesians 4:30-32, Romans 12:10 #21dayconsecration #day14 #afitlyjoinedcovenant #afjc

21 Day Consecration Devotion: D A Y 1 3 God Works through Families Whether we know it or not, our families are a classroom for God’s character traits. This includes forgiveness, mercy, justice, grace, trust, loyalty, and love. God put us in families to teach us how to be more like Him. As we care for our aging parents, we learn to serve as He served us in the person of Jesus Christ. As we raise our children, we learn to love as He loves us as His own children. As we carry out our marriage vows, we learn to sacrifice ourselves as He also sacrificed Himself for our sins. As we stand by our brothers and sisters in trials, we learn to care for their needs as our Father cares for us. Through the family, God teaches us about His covenant. God works through families. Over and over in scripture we see His hand touching generations to bring His plan to fulfillment; Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and even through the genealogy of Jesus Christ. God uses the family to additionally teach us as believers about community. In walking through life with our families, we share the good and the bad. We care for one another, pray for one another, and learn the value of standing together in tough times as well as rejoicing in good times. Scripture says, “All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” (Romans 3:23). So inevitably we will wound one another or let one another down in some way. But in our family, we can hold each other accountable and walk through forgiveness and repentance. No matter our family situation, God can use it to teach us more about who He is, and help us to rely on Him. Prayer Dear God, thank You for what You have taught and are teaching me through my family. Help me to continue to grow in love, joy, peace, forgiveness, self-control, kindness, and goodness. Help me and my family to glorify You in all that we do. Use us to teach another family about Your true love so that they may want You as their Lord and Savior. Help us Lord to love what You love, and do what Your will. Amen. Scriptures to Meditate on: Genesis 17:7, Romans 3:23, Galatians 5:16 #21dayconsecration #afitlyjoinedcovenant #day13 #AFJC