Covenant & Government #10

As a member of the royal priesthood, please repent for breaking covenant with the Lord on behalf of yourself, your generations and your nation for the following and replace with statements in italics

  • listening to soothsayers and diviners as a nation in its government, rule and dominion (Deut 18:14)
    • seeking the Lord for direction and not from soothsayers and diviners as a nation in its government, rule and dominion (Deut 18:14; Deut 28:14; 1 Chr 28:8)
  • not observing the commandments of the Lord and not being blessed as a nation in its government, rule and dominion by not doing so (Deut 28:1-14)
    • observing the commandments of the Lord in your nation’s government, rule and dominion and being blessed as a nation as a result of doing so (Deut 28:1)
    • asking the Lord for wisdom in how to observe the commandments of the Lord in your nation’s government, rule and dominion (Deut 28:1)
    • The blessing for obedience for the nation of Israel is that the Lord will set her high above all nations. If other nations obey the Lord, they would also be blessed. However, Israel’s blessing of being set “high above all nations of the earth” is intended to be the most prominent nation under this blessing.
  • not declaring the glory of the Lord among the nations in your nation’s government, rule and dominion (1 Chr 16:24; Ps 96:3)
  • not declaring His wonders among all peoples in your nation’s government, rule and dominion (1 Chr 16:24; Ps 96:3)
    • declaring the glory of the Lord among the nations in your nation’s government, rule and dominion (1 Chr 16:24; Ps 96:3)
    • declaring His wonders among all peoples (1 Chr 16:24; Ps 96:3)
  • raging as a nation in its government, rule and dominion (Ps 2:1)
  • plotting vain things as a nation in its government, rule and dominion (Ps 2:1)
    • not raging as a nation in its government, rule and dominion (Ps 2:1)
    • For thus says the Lord God, the Holy One of Israel:
      “In returning and rest you shall be saved;
      In quietness and confidence shall be your strength” (Is 30:15).
    • not plotting vain things as a nation in its government, rule and dominion (Ps 2:1)
    • receiving the instruction of the Lord as a nation in its government, rule and dominion (Ps 94:10)
  • not receiving the rebuke of the Lord as a nation and in its government, rule and dominion (Ps 9:5; Ps 94:10)
  • not receiving the instruction of the Lord as a nation in its government, rule and dominion (Ps 94:10)
  • as a nation not looking to Him who teaches man knowledge (Ps 94:10)
    • receiving the rebuke of the Lord as a nation and turning from its wicked ways in its government, rule and dominion (2 Chr 7:14; Ps 9:5)
    • receiving the instruction of the Lord as a nation in its government, rule and dominion (Ps 94:10)
    • as a nation looking to Him who teaches man knowledge (Ps 94:10)
  • holding onto your nation or kingdom as yours (Ps 22:28)
    • living from the truth that your nation or kingdom belongs to the Lord (Ps 22:28)
  • neither believing nor living from the reality that the Lord God rules and reigns over your nation and all nations (Ps 22:28; Ps 47:8)
  • not acknowledging in your nation’s government, rule and dominion that God sits on His holy throne (Ps 47:8)
    • believing and living from the reality that the Lord God rules and reigns over your nation and all nations (Ps 22:28)
    • acknowledging in your nation’s government, rule and dominion that God sits on His holy throne (Ps 47:8)
  • not acknowledging the counsel of the Lord for your nation in its government, rule and dominion (Ps 33:10)
  • not seeking the plans of the Lord for your nation in its government, rule and dominion (Ps 33:10)
    • acknowledging the counsel of the Lord for your nation in its government, rule and dominion in order to keep Him from bringing the counsel of your nation to nothing (Ps 33:10)
    • seeking the plans of the Lord in your nation’s government, rule and dominion in order to keep Him from removing the effectiveness of the plans of the people (Ps 33:10)
  • not being a nation whose God is the Lord (Ps 33:12)
    • being a nation whose God is the Lord (Ps 33:12)
    • receiving the blessings as a nation whose God is the Lord (Ps 33:12)
  • not being still and knowing as a nation that the Lord is God (Ps 46:10)
  • not exalting the Lord as a nation (Ps 46:10)
    • being still and knowing as a nation that the Lord is God (Ps 46:10)
    • exalting the Lord as a nation (Ps 46:10)
  • allowing the rebellious to exalt themselves in your nation and in its government, rule and dominion (Ps 66:7)
    • as members of the Royal Priesthood, not allowing the rebellious to exalt themselves in your nation and in its government, rule and authority (Ps 66:7)
    • allowing the righteous to have places of authority in your nation and in its government, rule and dominion (Prov 29:2)
    • being able to rejoice as a people when the righteous are in authority (Prov 29:2)
  • not being a nation that is glad and sings for joy because the Lord judges the people righteously (Ps 67:4)
  • not being a nation that is glad and sings for joy because the Lord governs the nations of the earth (Ps 67:4)
    • being a nation that is glad and sings for joy because the Lord judges the people righteously (Ps 67:4)
    • being a nation that is glad and sings for joy because the Lord governs the nations of the earth (Ps 67:4)
  • not having national leaders who fall down before the Lord (Ps 72:11)
  • not serving the Lord as a nation (Ps 72:11)
  • not calling the Lord, “Blessed,” as a nation (Ps 72:17)
    • asking the Lord to raise up national leaders who fall down before the Lord and worship Him (Ps 72:11)
    • serving the Lord as a nation (Ps 72:11)
    • calling the Lord, “Blessed,” as a nation (Ps 72:17)
  • not looking to God to judge and govern the earth, which includes your nation (Ps 82:8)
  • not living as a nation from the reality that the Lord inherits all nations (Ps 82:8)
  • not living from the judgments and governing of God in order to be a worthy inheritance (Ps 82:8)
    • looking to God to judge and govern the earth, which includes your nation (Ps 82:8)
    • living as a nation from the reality that the Lord inherits all nations (Ps 82:8)
    • living from the judgments and governing of God in order to be a nation worthy of the Lord’s inheritance (Ps 82:8)
  • being a nation made by the Lord and not worshipping before Him (Ps 86:9)
  • being a nation made by the Lord and not glorifying His name (Ps 86:9)
    • being a nation made by the Lord and worshipping before Him (Ps 86:9)
    • being a nation made by the Lord and glorifying His name (Ps 86:9)
  • not saying among the nations, “The Lord reigns.” (Ps 96:10)
  • not saying among the nations, “The world also shall be established that it shall not be moved.” (Ps 96:10)
  • not saying among the nations, “The Lord shall judge the people righteously.” (Ps 96:10)
    • saying among the nations, “The Lord reigns.” (Ps 96:10)
    • saying among the nations, “The world also shall be established that it shall not be moved.” (Ps 96:10)
    • saying among the nations, “The Lord shall judge the people righteously.” (Ps 96:10)
  • not acknowledging and living from the truth that the Lord has revealed His righteousness in the sight of the nations, which includes your nation (Ps 98:2)
    • acknowledging and living from the truth that the Lord has revealed His righteousness in the sight of the nations, which includes your nation (Ps 98:2)
  • not acknowledging that the Lord is high above all nations, including your nation (Ps 113:4)
  • not acknowledging that the glory of the Lord is above the heavens (Ps 113:4)
    • acknowledging that the Lord is high above all nations, including your nation (Ps 113:4)
    • acknowledging that the glory of the Lord is above the heavens (Ps 113:4)
  • as a nation, having idols of silver and gold (Ps 135:15)
  • as a nation, having idols that are the work of men’s hands (Ps 135:15)
    • fearing the name of the Lord as a nation and in its government, rule and dominion (Ps 102:15)
    • defiling the images of silver, ornaments of gold, and the work of men’s hands as a nation and in its government, rule and dominion (Is 30:22)
    • throwing away as a nation and in its government, rule and dominion the images of silver, ornaments of gold, and the work of men’s hands as unclean things (Is 30:22)
    • saying to the images of silver, ornaments of gold, and the work of men’s hands in your nation and its government, rule and dominion, “Get away!” (Is 30:22)
  • not being righteous as a nation in its government, rule and dominion (Prov 14:34)
  • sinning in your nation and in its government, rule and dominion (Prov 14:34)
  • bringing reproach to your nation and its government, rule and dominion through sin (Prov 14:34)
    • being righteous in your nation’s government, rule and dominion, for righteousness exalts a nation (Prov 14:34)
    • asking the Lord for wisdom in how to be righteous in your nation’s government, rule and dominion (Prov 14:34)
    • asking the Lord for courage and strength for your nation to live righteously in its government, rule and dominion (Prov 14:34)
    • asking the Lord to raise up people who would righteously influence your nation’s government, rule and dominion (Prov 14:34)

 

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