Synergy In Intercession

Many of you have registered for our new School of Intercession. We finished the first session and will have our second session on Monday, February 4th. The responses from the first session have been amazing!

One thing that amazes me the most are the responses I receive when I call. Everyone is so excited with the first session and can’t wait for the next one. They all said they were so thankful that I called. When talking with each of you, I realized an important aspect of the intercession school. When we are on the same page, learning the same things at the same time, there is a synergy of great power that takes place. If one can put a thousand to flight and two can put ten thousand to flight, how much more powerful we are in unity (Deuteronomy 32:30).

I have already called over 150 people who registered and submitted their three questions. Many more people will receive calls from me. I look forward to visiting with you.

History has proven over and over how prayer changes things. When Hitler was planning to attack England, the intercessors prayed. The enemy would go into confusion and plans were dismantled. How our country needs a miracle to confuse the enemy today! How important it is that we learn to pray effectual, fervent prayers in unity and see the evil plans thwarted. Thank you for releasing a synergy in intercession to defeat the enemy!

Synergy in Intercession,

© Dale Wentroble


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