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Father, we lift up the Native Americans before You now. Bless them and call them back to You, God. Free them from these strongholds, Lord.

The first Monday in October is Indigenous People’s Day, so we share with you the following excerpt from Remco Brommet’s new prayer guide, “Awaken the Sleeping Giant: Praying for Revival in Native American Nations.” You can download the full prayer guide by clicking here.

Analysis. In 1975, during a conference on American Indian evangelism, Dr. Billy Graham declared his belief in a coming spiritual awakening among the Native American nations. “You are a sleeping giant, the original American,” he said. “You are now awakening. Just around the corner, you may become a spiritual superpower in this country that could change not only America, but the world.”

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That belief took hold among many ministries and churches already established and at work among Native Americans. Then, in 2016, filmmaker Greg Miller produced a documentary titled Awakened: The Spiritual Destiny of the First Americans, in which many pastors and leaders expressed their sense that the spiritual revival predicted by Dr. Graham was beginning to unfold.

There are 574 federally recognized Native American tribes, most of whom live on 325 reservations. A Christ awakening among them is slowly unfolding — slowly, because the strongholds against the Gospel of Jesus are many and have deep roots. Satan is using those to resist the promised revival because he knows that its impact on America and the world will be great.

Perhaps that is why the Lord has begun indicating recently that He is preparing ignition points of spiritual revival around the country that involve Native American nations, and that each of those will require sustained, insightful, Spirit-led spiritual warfare and intercession to destroy the strongholds Satan has erected.

So far, two of those — the Upper St. Croix Valley, in Wisconsin and Minnesota; and Henderson County, in Texas — have seen catalytic prayer events touching off a movement of united, strategic prayer to welcome a move of the Holy Spirit. It is significant that the spiritual research ahead of these events led local leaders to the injustices and atrocities committed against Native American nations in the area as one of the footholds for resistance against the Gospel. This has encouraged us to believe that an awakening that begins with the Native American nations will lead to reconciliation and to a healing of the wounds of the past, as well as to a new, widespread brotherhood in Christ that has so far existed only sporadically — a brotherhood with the potential to be an example of unity and of a changing America. …




We have been given God-ordained power to pull down strongholds set up against the Gospel of Jesus Christ. According to Mark 3:27, Christians may, on behalf of our Savior Jesus Christ, bind the strong man before entering his house and plundering his goods. Those goods in this case are Native American souls. Jesus wants to “plunder” them from the bondages in which Satan has held them by the wounds from the past — wounds inflicted upon them by the United States government, the American settlers, The U.S. Army, and religious institutions, all working together to rob Native Americans of their best lands and to eradicate their indigenous identity. In keeping with what the Bible teaches, we bind the strong man who has usurped the destiny of Native American nations, by calling upon the power of God to deliver and save, and by declaring the superiority of His truth, His power, His dominion, and His grace.

  • The stronghold of shame — Centuries of oppression have created a deep sense of shame about being Native American and the subconscious sense of being a lesser person.

Father, we pray for the complete destruction of the stronghold of shame by the truth of the Gospel that proclaims your love for all. We pray that the eyes in all the 574 tribes will be opened to the truth of John 3:16, that You so loved the world that you gave Your only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him will not perish but have everlasting life; and to the truth of Romans 8:1, that there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

  • The stronghold of depression — This rests on top of the stronghold of shame, as well as the bitterness about the past, and is fueled by the hopelessness of living on a reservation, with a bleak outlook for any economic and educational advancement for many.

Father in heaven, we proclaim the joy that comes with freedom in Christ against the depression that has taken root in the hearts of so many of our Native American brothers and sisters. We pray that the prevenient grace of the Holy Spirit would convert that depression into a desire to get to know the Creator and how He has revealed Himself in Christ. We pray the truth of 1 Thessalonians 1:6, that the message of the Gospel received in much affliction will be embraced with the joy of the Holy Spirit. We praise You for Your intention towards the Native American people, as expressed in the words of Psalm 30:11 — to turn their mourning into dancing, to loosen their sackcloth, and to clothe them with gladness. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

  • The stronghold of poverty — Widespread poverty is part and parcel of life for many who live on reservations that were established on the poorest lands and who are cut off from economic advancement outside. This has generated the belief that to be Native American Indian means to be poor, and it has also given rise to a widespread hopelessness that life will ever get better.

Almighty God, we pray for Your power to break the stronghold of poverty. We pray that You would open eyes to see the spiritual wealth that a relationship with Jesus Christ will bring, a wealth of imperishable and eternal worth that far exceeds the value of material possessions and money. Grant, through the outpouring of the Holy Spirit, that material poverty would produce spiritual hunger and a desire to depend on You for provision and for contentment in Christ in all things. Incline poverty-stricken hearts to put into practice the words of Matthew 6:33 — that we should seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and that all these things will be added to us. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

  • The stronghold of alcoholism and drugs — The pain of the past and the hopelessness of the present have led many to turn to alcohol and drugs to numb the pain, leading in turn to addiction, domestic violence, and crime.

Father of light, we pray for deliverance from the chains of substance abuse, and we pray the exhortation of Ephesians 5:18 — that we must not get drunk with wine, which is debauchery, but instead be filled with the Spirit. By Your power at work in the inner man, may the craving for alcohol and drugs be replaced by the desire for the fullness of the Holy Spirit — a fullness that brings freedom, joy, and peace, instead of addiction, crime, and violence. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

  • The stronghold of death — Death lingers in the memory of many as they remember the massacres and brutal treatment visited upon them by the United States. And today the stronghold of death retains its grip. As a result of the widespread pain, bitterness, hopelessness, and poverty, the suicide rate among Native Americans, especially among young people, is higher than that of any other ethnic group in the U.S.

Lord of life, we pray that the power of Your life would utterly destroy the stronghold of death and the lie that death is the only way to end pain. We declare over that stronghold of death, which steals life, the truth of John 10:10 — that the thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy, but that Christ came that we may have life and have it more abundantly. We pray that the preaching of the Gospel will open hearts in hope, to a life of freedom, joy, peace, and purpose in You, the Creator and Designer of every life. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

  • The stronghold of the lie that the Gospel is the white man’s religion — Many of the first attempts to bring the Gospel to Native Americans mistakenly included the forced introduction of Western culture and attempts to westernize Native Americans, especially children, who were often forcibly removed from their homes and placed in Christian boarding schools where they were subjected to horrendous abuse and, in some cases, death. The bitterness over this among many of the Native American tribes runs deep and has created a wall of hostility in their hearts against “the white man’s religion.”

Father of compassion, may Your truth expose and destroy the stronghold of this lie that the Gospel is a “white man’s religion.” Our hearts ache over the mistakes made in the past and over the ways Your Gospel of love was distorted. We pray for a clear and consistent proclamation that Jesus died for all, and that You are gathering together a people for Your own possession, from every tribe and nation on earth. We pray that the truth of Ephesians 2:14 — that Jesus has broken down the walls of hostility between races and nations — will become a widespread reality in all the Native American tribes and bring healing and reconciliation. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

  • The stronghold of Native American culture and religion — There are organizations and movements afoot in some reservations that seek to revive Indian religion and culture, including sweat lodges; totem poles; certain types of dances; and ancient, often animistic, beliefs. These aggressively oppose the Gospel wherever it is being preached.

Father, we pray for the revelation of Your truth to come against the stronghold of Native American culture and religion. We pray with the words of 2 Corinthians 5:7 — that Your Word would destroy arguments and every lofty opinion raised up against the knowledge of God, to take every thought captive to obey Christ, including every cultural and religious notion that Satan is attempting to rebuild in our day to oppose the Gospel of Jesus Christ, even when it is being introduced in culturally appropriate ways. We pray for discernment on the part of those who minister among Native tribes, and for boldness and courage in the face of opposition where that is needed. Ignite in the hearts of Native Americans a desire to welcome Jesus Christ into their hearts and culture and to see that faith in Him can become the best part of Native American culture. And may the courageous warrior spirit that resides in the Native American soul become the spirit of the prayer warrior and the evangelist. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

How are you praying for revival in Native American nations? Share your thoughts and prayers below.

Author Remco Brommet is a pastor, spiritual growth teacher, and prayer leader with over 40 years’ experience in Europe, Southeast Asia, Africa, and the US. Born and raised in the Netherlands and pastoring his first church in Amsterdam, he moved to the U.S. in 1986. He and his wife Jennifer currently live north of Atlanta, GA When not writing books, he blogs and assists his wife as content developer and prayer coordinator for True Identity Ministries. Jennifer and Remco are passionate about bringing people into a deeper relationship with Christ. Photo Credit: Gautier Salles on Unsplash.

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Greg Garland
October 10, 2022

I am 🙏 praying for our Nation and our upcoming election as I walk every day at the measured mile at North Park near our home here in Springboro, Ohio, and that God will redeem our Nation, as well as our Native American brothers and sisters, In Jesus Name! Amen!

Mary D
September 7, 2022

O Lord God,
I repent for the actions taken by our Nation’s Former leaders against our Native peoples. I repent for their greed, betrayal, lack of understanding, violence, intimidation, and bloodshed. These actions have left great hurt and bitterness. Our First Nation’s people are beloved by God, who knows every wrong thing that was done! He is the Restorer and Healer of all our souls.
Our Holy Father is preparing a great work and awakening for our First Nation Families who are His and He loves greatly! He is calling hearts to Himself as He alone heals the broken hearted and tears out the bitter root, and God is going to do this! I believe this is starting to happen now! The Land will rejoice and respond to the joy of Your people, Lord and overflow to others! He is raising them to be Great Healers to the nation! I’ve been privileged to worship online with Glory of Zion in Texas where various Tribes throughout this Nation have come and do participate, at times with their beautiful Native Dress, and Instruments. and songs. What a wonderful gift to all! Holy Spirit is moving. There is a stirring in our Native Peoples and it’s amazing! God loves all of the diversity He created in Peoples, Lands, and Cultures, and He is bringing forth the remembrance and gifts stirring in each one! I Praise God for what He is doing! I can hear the Trees clapping their hands as they whisper the call and Welcome into the Family of the Great King! It is going to be Glorious!
Love in Yeshua

    Mrs D
    September 8, 2022

    Thank you for this love-filled posting. Even though i have not had the privilege you have had with “First Nation” people, you have stirred my heart — my compassion — for people of different cultures. Your declarations resound with Holy Spirit’s inspiration and are certainly applicable to the people of Hawaii, where i live, whom i love and treasure. May you be richly blessed as you continue to manifest the love and glory of GOD, which you certainly carry.

Mary Ann
September 6, 2022

Our Good God has had the First People of the Americas in His heart always. In the 1600s in Texas people from several tribes were visited by “the lady in blue” who taught them of Jesus and prepared them to ask for baptism. In the late 1700s or early 1800s a young woman from a tribe in or around Montana had mystical messages for her people to seek teachers of this new understanding of God. Two scouting missions traveled to St Louis and eventually secured teachers who brought them Jesus. I am sure Our Father God has intervened and continues to intervene to lift the hearts and minds of people who always had honored Him as the Great Spirit.

Lt. Rob Polans
September 6, 2022

“The stronghold of the lie that the Gospel is the white man’s religion — Many of the first attempts to bring the Gospel to Native Americans mistakenly included the forced introduction of Western culture and attempts to westernize Native Americans, especially children, who were often forcibly removed from their homes and placed in Christian boarding schools where they were subjected to horrendous abuse and, in some cases, death. The bitterness over this among many of the Native American tribes runs deep and has created a wall of hostility in their hearts against “the white man’s religion.”
If it is any help, the Sioux do not believe this. We are more inclusive. However, when it came to Antifa, BLM, or anyone acting out I’d get “Let the children play” from elders. This was years ago, now I get a very different message “If they come on our land, shoot them.”
We have a God, really the same God you have merely a different name.

September 6, 2022

Heavenly Father in Jesus name we pray for revival fire of God to move upon all the native Americans.We repent as a nation for the past treatment of all native Americans.We ask for your mercy to be with them.Deliver them from evil and open their eyes to you Lord Jesus.Break every stronghold of quilt shame fear alcoholism drug addiction depression oppression suicide in Jesus mighty name.Let the revival come quickly Lord Jesus !!Bless them Lord deliver and set them free in Jesus mighty name.

Mary Ann Canfijn
September 6, 2022

Father, it’s time. Time for the Native American nations to be gathered into your Kingdom.
In place of shame and depression we loose joy and freedom and destiny and sonship!
In place of poverty we loose Hope and the riches of God in Christ through the Gospel
of peace! We loose contentment and delight for the soul; we loose vision and opportunity!
In place of alcoholism and drugs we loose fullness of joy and peace like a river!
In place of the lie that has hindered the Gospel, may they recognize JESUS as the light of the world! In place of the wounds and injustices — forgiveness and healing by the Truth that sets men free.
May their ears hear, their minds comprehend, their hearts believe, and their mouths confess JESUS as Lord! May they run with the Gospel into your Kingdom and become part of that “chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a peculiar people” — belonging to the One who “has called us out of darkness into His marvelous light.”
In JESUS’ Holy Name!

September 6, 2022

When I was 9 yrs old: at a Baptist summer camp for kids : I received some pictures of native Americans and learned to make a basket: this moved me to pray a silent prayer: that the wind of God almighty: the HOLY Spirit would bring the nations together and be touched by the HOLY Spirit bringing salvation: because unknowning they had prayed to the almighty God: just now before my 71st birthday: this took place: at a tent meeting. GOD almighty doesn’t forget the prayer of the righteous. The preacher was Robin bullock.

Peg B
September 6, 2022

Heavenly Father, we ask that You bring hope and healing to a hurting people. You formed this world and all that it is in it. You are the sustainer and the author of life. Thank You for sending Your only Son to provide the way back to You. You command us to “love our neighbor as our self.” Please help us to follow Your will and Your way. Lift the burden and shame from these people, it ought not to be. We desire for light and life through Christ to reign. Rewrite their lives through joy, peace and forgiveness as only You can do. May a personal relationship in Jesus Christ abound for all. He has the power to save! Psalm 115:1 Not to us O Lord, not to us, but to Your name be the glory. Amen.

Darlene Estlow
September 6, 2022

Father, we thank you for the work you are doing in the Native American culture. Anoint those who are working to bring salvation to Native Americans. Give them discernment and wisdom and the protection of your angel armies.

Gail Wood
September 6, 2022

God brought white people to America and whites evangelized this and many nations. When He brought the first white people here so very long ago God knew about the Indigenous first people and that we would be encroaching on the land that they had always lived on. It was God’s will that we be here . We came here searching for a new home where we could worship God freely. When the Pilgrims and Native Americans met they formed a bond and shared food and knowledge with one another. Where it all went wrong is because humans have always managed to mess things up.
I would like the First people to know that there are so many of us who are mixed from many tribes of First People’s and we are so very proud of it and of them. Each of us is mixed with the nationalities that we are by God’s hand. It took all the thousands of ancestors before us from many nations to make us who we are.
It had to be a shock when the First People’s met the Europeans and the Europeans met them.
The horror that erupted between the two peoples was horrible and how we wish it had never had to happen and leave behind a trail of broken First people. How we wish we could wipe away our atrocities that whites did to them and those they did to us. God is the only one who is able to heal their wounds.
There should have been enough room for us all and giving the First people’s the land they wanted and not killed them and beaten them down and placed them on reservations. They were robbed , lied to and lost everything they had.They loved the land and respected it.
I have never hurt one of them and never would or any person.
I am so very very sorry though for all that they and their ancestors have had to endure and what they are still going through. The past is the past and we can not go back and undo any of it but we can move forward through Jesus and His forgiveness of us . We can find forgiveness and acceptance through Him.
I love them and pray for them and my heart truly breaks for them and for the suffering that they endured in the past and sadly are still enduring today because they never deserved to live as they had to and still are. The Government broke treaties with them and as far as I can see they are still a forgotten people. They are so special and just don’t realize it.
I want so much to see them forgive white people so that God can forgive them and they can be set free to live the life that God wants them to live. He wants to bless all of His children. We know as God’s children that forgiveness is key to both physical, emotional and spiritual health.
They have no idea just how precious they are , how much so many of us love them and pray for them.
I believe
to minister to such a broken and forgotten people would be such a privilege.
Father God,
I pray from my whole heart in agreement with my brother’s and sister’s in Christ that you would pour your love and Spirit upon these most beautiful and precious people. We pray for their safety , their health , we pray that the chains of poverty be broken off them and that you would open the windows of heaven and send so many blessings to them that they would overtake them. We pray most of all for the blessing of your love and purpose over them .
Father we ask that the breach of trust that was broken so many times over the many generations between them and us to be healed by your healing hands.
We pray Father that you will teach them to forgive the white people for past and present wrongs and teach them that there are those of us who do truly love them and look up to them and would like to learn about them and want very much to help them and be their friends.
We pray that the dredges of poverty be removed from them forever . That these special forgotten children of yours be lifted far above all the pain and difficulties they live with daily.
We know Father that only you can begin the healing that these people need.
Father we glorify You for who You are and we worship and honour you for the loving and mighty God that you are.
In Jesus precious name ,
On Elijah Streams …….. Steve Shultz is the person who owns and host it.
They dig wells in Africa and some time ago began doing so for Native Americans. I had no clue how isolated some of them lived and that they needed wells .
Just in case anyone wants to bless them with water.

September 6, 2022

Abba, revive the sleeping giant, those warriors who have been kept back and put into slumber by the enemy! Bind the strongholds of poverty, depression, spiritual blindness, addiction, tradition, false gods, racism, and whatever holds these beautiful people apart from You! Send your warring angels to every native tribe and nation in America to tear down strongholds that keep them in darkness. Send forth your light. Breathe your breath into each one of these precious ones. Reveal yourself through dreams and visions. Send forth your messenger angels and your ministering angels. Restore what the enemy has stolen. Bring revival to all native tribes and nations in America. Bring glory, laud, and honor to your name! Be lifted up! Lift up your heads, O ye gates; and be ye lift up, ye everlasting doors; and the King of glory shall come in. Who is this King of glory? The LORD strong and mighty, the LORD mighty in battle. Lift up your heads, O ye gates; even lift them up, ye everlasting doors; and the King of glory shall come in. Who is this King of glory? The LORD of hosts, he is the King of glory. Selah. Thank you for how you are moving in these days! Thank you for your plan of salvation. Thank you for hearing our prayers. We worship and adore you! Hallelujah and Amen. In Jesus name we pray, Amen!

September 6, 2022

I am looking for a reservation in Henderson County Texas and have not found any information. These are the three I find:

Alabama-Coushatta Reservation, in Polk County, Texas
Kickapoo Reservation, in Maverick County, Texas
Ysleta del Sur Pueblo, in El Paso County, Texas.

Greg Swift
September 6, 2022

I am surprised we have not heard of the 90+ nation conclave held at Window Rock where over 1000 First Nations people gathered at the Navaho capital, and strongholds were broken and spirits cast down. God IS moving.

Inuit Koolalook
September 6, 2022

I agree with many points in this article, but there is one point I disagree with. There is a difference between totem animals and totem poles. To list totem poles as a stronghold is like saying our libraries have inappropriate books, so we must burn all books. As an Alaskan, I know the true meaning of totem poles. Some are just stories of the past of the tribe. Some may have totem animal references but not all of them. As a Christian, totem animals are a stronghold that hold back many Native Americans. So please change the wording.

Mark Eisenlord
September 6, 2022

Having just returned from a motorcycle trip to Sturgis (and beyond), I saw first hand the reservation system forced upon the Native American population. The bleakness of the land; the abject poverty of the people; in some instances, the contempt for the Native American him-/herself.
I pray for a heart of repentance by those who still harbor any bias toward this population. I pray for a heart of forgiveness among those in the Native American population. I ask that the forces of evil be restrained/stopped among this people; that opportunity would abound in the area of education and health care as well as jobs! I ask that bias would disappear. I pray that the Holy Spirit will change lives in this truly oppressed community.
In Jesus’ name, Amen.

September 6, 2022

It concerns me that you have placed a once over prayer about Native American culture. It’s is important to understand all aspects of a culture before condemning their beliefs. For one example in many native cultures the totem is a history pole. It simply tells the story of the family. Many Native Americans had encounters with the Lord before being exposed to Europeans. Let’s be careful to fully understand before placing judgement.

    Joan Diane Bartruff
    October 10, 2022

    Bringing human inclination to “generalize” subjects, or subject matters is a very good reminder.
    I am guilty of generalizing, at times, but try to remember not to do so. However, I did not
    feel there was any intent to condemn in the prayer. I believe the author of prayer understands the difference between the totem pole being used to relay family history as opposed to it being an idol, worshipped. Once told by a Pastor, important for me to put “best construction” on matter. To me, this was an occasion for assuming, the prayer person was not generalizing, or judging, but stating truths.

Lewis T Turner
September 6, 2022

As I read this article, I am encouraged by the encouragement Billy Graham gave to the American Indians. I also sensed that as the American Indians learn to forgive from the heart with God’s help, much blessing will come. That blessing may be that the American Indians will challenge the rest of our Nation to trust Christ. It is possible that some American Indian Believers may help this country in politics, and maybe even one Indian believer someday may become President of the United States.

Forgiveness is the key to this happening. Are we willing to take the step and ask the American Indian for forgiveness of our actions against them? Asking for forgiveness of treaties that we broke?

The step of our asking forgiveness from our Heart can open the door for the Holy Spirit of God to work in the hearts of all.

For this I am prayng.

    October 10, 2022

    Love the emphasis on “forgiveness, Lewis, as always a reminder of that precious gift won by
    Jesus on the cross of Calvary.

    I don’t believe Triune God calls us to feel we are responsible for another person’s choice to do evil. If I , take on the guilt of every wrong that has been done throughout history, I will be so guilt ridden I won’t be fit to serve the Triune God and others, as I see it. I lived near an Indian Reservation growing up, and cannot recall ever feeling any prejudice towards Native Americans.

    I feel I must forgive those who, in the past, made evil choices, so I won’t be embittered by what they did to create a horrific circumstance. That forgiveness frees me to pray, “In the name of Jesus, our Lord and Savior, grant all Native Americans, and all people everywhere to
    know Jesus as their Savior, and glory in knowing what it is to forgive and be forgiven. I pray
    for healing for all people, all nations spiritually, physically, emotionally, mentally. Amen.

    Lewis, from the way you write, I think you have a very good heart for the things of our Triune God.

September 6, 2022

Lord, forgive me for not remembering an important segment of our country! Forgive us for past and present wounds to the native Americans!
Pray for healing, restoration and blessing!!

September 6, 2022

Lord, forgive me for not remembering an important segment of our country! Forgive us for past and present wounds to the native Americans!
Pray for healing, restoration and blessing!!

September 6, 2022

Often I question religious organizations sending thousands of dollars overseas while our own live so poorly. Yes we are to be a beacon of hope to the ends of the earth but should we heal our land first? I need prayer for this. Its not well in my soul that so many are in need around us.. Do we not see those gathered near ? We took from our Native Americans , we took their land , their children suffered are suffering do we not owe them more than other countries? I know not the answer but my heart says they should come first.

September 6, 2022

Amen to the points in this article. Now, may we take it a step further and consider a divine intention to restore these host nations to their rightful place of leadership in the coming revival in this land? Is this what the Rev. Graham had a glimpse of? And (this is the big one) for the rest of us, the inheritors of the Doctrine of Discovery, of Manifest Destiny, and of the gospel of ‘kill the Indian, save the man’–are we willing to relinquish our sense of more-blessed-than and submit to that leadership? Are we willing to apply Isaiah 60:14 to ourselves as being “the sons also of them that afflicted thee” and come bending to the children of those whom our forbears afflicted?

We should indeed engage in prayer to demolish the strongholds named in this article, but isn’t repentance sometimes the first step in prayer? Not just a sorrow or remorse, but a turning from going the way we have been and doing something different?

Check out also Rod Groomer’s work at Geobound.org.

    Joan Diane Bartruff
    October 10, 2022

    Paul, I agree about repentance. In fact, I am confessing and repenting that I have allowed myself not to be informed sooner about the American Indian’s spiritual and phsycial needs. I am so sorry, but as I confess my sin of “neglect” in this regard, I also, know I am forgiven as Jesus precious blood covers all sin. I am sorry some of our “forbears” chose to do evil, but God does not judge me for what they did.

    I know you and I are so grateful for Intercessor’s of America providing a website that informs, updates, and gives us prayers we can pray to glorify God and serve others in all ‘Walks of Life”.
    Exciting the inroads being made by the Lord for restoration of Native Americans. I will be in prayer.
    Thank you for your faithfulness and prayers.

Cynthia Weatherwax
September 6, 2022

Yes, awake church! Rise up and activate your calling as the Holy Spirit leads you to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ and operate in the gifts freely given to you by the Holy Spirit in Jesus name amen! Let’s go!!!

Karen Kendrick
September 6, 2022

As I am in small part a native American I am in agreement with these prayers.
Thank you for posting these prayers for all native americans .

Stephen Swanson
September 6, 2022

The Arizona Navajos are led by strong Christians. Perhaps we should go to them for tips.


September 6, 2022

Thank you for tjis beautiful outline if sincere, HEALING PRAYER, for all Native Americans and their Families on and off the reservation.


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