Thursday 11 February 2021

Praying in the Holy Ghost with St. Akin. (Part Two)

Thanks for all the good and positive vibes I received for our proposed venture. Thanks for the trust you repose in me. Thank you for your friendship and relationships. Thanks for showing up when it actually matters most.

In my native dialect, there is an adage that says, “eniyan laso.” That is, "people are cloth." They cover your nakedness. Thanks for covering my nakedness. With y’all in my life, I can contend with the enemy at the gate. My quiver is full of arrows.

The plan is to transmit via Zoom, Facebook Live, YouTube Live, and Instagram Live. You can join in from any of these. The details will be sent out over the weekend. I have several of my friends who have indicated an interest in coming along to close the prayer sessions.

A schedule will be drawn to accommodate such. This platform is not about me and will be evident in the varied people closing from several different locations. The intent is only to create a platform for a Holy Ghost prayer meeting.

What is a Holy Ghost Prayer meeting? It is one in which the Holy Ghost is given full reign. No one is leading prayer points. Everyone just comes to pour their hearts out in a corporate environment. Typically, you would suppose all will be praying in the Holy Ghost.

What is Praying in the Holy Ghost? This can actually be described in one of two ways. It is praying with zero understanding in tongues as the Holy Ghost gives utterance. We see this expatiated 1 Corinthians 14.

I pick this from verse eighteen (18) of the chapter. The Apostle states,

“I thank God that I speak in [unknown] tongues more than all of you.” [Amplified Version]

I am going to stop here for today. We will pick it up from here tomorrow.

Alone in the Father’s Presence.

St. Akin de Great.

© 2021 Akin Akinbodunse.

Link to Related Article:
Praying in the Holy Ghost with St. Akin. (Part One)

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