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Nita Johnson & the Portland Army of Intercessors

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Nita Johnson & the Portland Army of Intercessors

Time: May 28, 2012 at 12pm to June 1, 2012 at 10pm
Location: Holiday Inn Portland Airport - Columbia Conference Center
Street: 8439 NE Columbia Blvd
City/Town: Portland, OR 97220
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Phone: (559) 435-2423
Event Type: prayer
Organized By: Karen,
Latest Activity: Jul 23, 2012

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We are so excited about the work that the Lord accomplished in response to our intercessions during the DC Gathering of the Eagles. God has spoken three times within a twelve hour period that we have, in fact, averted judgment in this Nation. As a result, rather than striving to gain God’s favor for the salvation of our Nation; we will begin moving forward in all that we do from the position of a Nation that has the favor of God upon her! Thirteen years, the intercessors have faithfully come to fight this battle with us, and we will forever be grateful to them for their sacrifices.


What does this all mean moving forward? Effective immediately, our prayer strategy is going to change. In Portland, the vision of the explosion of God’s glory will be realized. We don’t fully know what that means yet, therefore, we are asking you to join with us in fasting and prayer between now and the Portland Army of Intercessors Conference (AIC) because whatever that explosion of Glory that I saw means, one thing I know—it means a higher mobility of Heaven being engaged against the enemy. So, we ask that you lend yourself to prayer and fasting for the release of this presence of God into our Nation.


This is a critical step for our Nation and to witness this level of explosion released upon our land will be priceless. We are continuing to work with local Pastors and Intercessors of the Northwest and in tandem with intercessors across the Nation to build up an Army of Intercessors. Now, more than ever, we must learn how to be effective intercessors and prayer warriors. God has done so much through our collective prayers during the GOEs and AICs and in order to fully realize long-term results we, as the Body of Christ, must continue to press through in prayer. While an intercessor may not be in the forefront of ministries and churches, they are crucial to the survival of any effective ministry within the Body of Christ. Proper intercessory training will enable the Body of Christ to fully realize her call allowing her to rise up and take her place in this Nation. Learning how to be a prayer warrior is such an important step in this process. In the Portland AIC, we will gain a deeper understanding of what it means to be a prayer warrior as well as learn how to develop our spiritual ear to hear when God is calling us to pray. Then, we will join together to apply what we have learned and seek the Lord about the Divine purpose of our Nation and how the explosion of His glory will help us fulfill that purpose.


Dear friends, we know our country has a Divine purpose to stand as a holy Nation before the Lord God Almighty as well as representing the Lord Jesus Christ before the Nations as we stand by the apple of His eye: the Nation of Israel. How are we going to rise up and fulfill the call that is on our life if our core is not strong? We cannot! It is time for the intercessors to rise up within the body of Christ and begin to lead this Nation to take her place as a spiritual leader among the Nations of the world. We must stop running from this call and embrace it! It’s time to cast off our fears and complacency and fulfill this call upon our lives. Come and join us in Portland; the nuggets that you will glean are incomparable and the reward for the sacrifice you make will be priceless!

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