Everybody Shout Fire…Angel’s Prayer Of The Day


Everybody Shout Fire…

Good morning beautiful people. I laugh this morning as I listen to this song. I am usually a very quiet individual. Then this happened, and now fire comes out.  Listen to this song and pray and receive the power that is ours. Then try to be quiet, can’t be done.

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Father, thank you for the baptism of fire that John the Baptist told us about in Matthew 3. People seem to interpret this differently, but surely there should be evidence of the Holy Spirit living in us. How can we be so full of Jesus and it not spill out? You said to go, go out in the highways and the byways and compel them to come in. We say yes!

Father, baptize us in fire (ask Him). The kind that John speaks about in Luke 3:16 I baptize you with water. But one who is more powerful than I will come, the straps of whose sandals I am not worthy to untie. He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and fire.

Time is short and we are to be about our Father’s business. Thank you Father for taking care of everything that concerns us. Burn fire burn.

Have a blessed day beautiful people. Try now to be quiet, can’t be done. Everybody shout fire!


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ANGEL MURCHISON is a writer as well as a radio talk show host of Destiny Moments. Every Saturday at 12:05 pm eastern standard time on WFST 600 AM Caribou, Maine or by streaming audio you can tune in to her weekly broadcast and be encouraged to take your next step in fulfilling your greatness for Christ. Angel interviews real people with real issues and a real destiny. Through her writing and radio ministry, she encourages people to lay down their pasts. Angel believes God has placed greatness in all mankind through the gifts and talents He has given each one according to the Word of God. Using the gift she has been given, she connects people all across this globe and desires for all to work together in making the world a better place and building the Kingdom of God. She believes prayer is vital to transforming lives and communities. She is the mother of three daughters and eight grandchildren.

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