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"The Nevertheless Prayer, The Cup, The Cross, and Cry"

​​the power of prayer

Scripture Context: Matthew 26:36-46, Luke 22:39-46, Matthew 27:45-46

Beloved Friends,

The Godhead (God the Father, God the Son—Jesus Christ, and the Holy Ghost) brings a word of instruction, encouragement, power through prayer, purpose, authority, revelation, and salvation for the Global Church Body of Jesus Christ, every “True Believer,” and all people across the world ready for the manifested salvation and glory of Jesus Christ. From the scripture context in reverence of Holy Week, our greatest example of prayer, is Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ the only reigning King of Kings with all power in His hand over earth and in Heaven given by Father God.

​Today ‘s message scene has been set with Jesus Christ at the forefront in “Prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane” praying to His Father--God for strength to bear His cross of purpose.

​Let us take a journey of instruction and power by example from Jesus Christ:

There are nine lessons from the scriptures revealing the revelation in Prayer and Power of Prayer which Jesus Christ teaches us all. 

Nine Lessons from Jesus Christ

  1. The Prayer of Distress (Matthew 26:37)
  2. The Plead, Cup of Sorrow, Death, Choice, and Will (God’s Will or Will of Man) (Matthew 26:38-39)
  3. The Watchman in Prayer (Matthew 26:41)  
  4. The Angelic Help God Send’s through Prayer to Bear the Cross of Purpose (Luke 22:43)
  5. The Intensity of Prayer into the Will of God (Luke 22:44)
  6. The Isolation into the Will of God (Matthew 26:43-45) *Betrayal and Rejection 
  7. Time of Darkness in Prayer into Transformation of Purpose (Matthew 27:45). It was over all the earth.
  8. The Cry of Prayer of Despondency (Matthew 27:46)
  9. The Prayer with the Power of God Manifested (Matthew 27:51)
  10. The Result of Prayer and Faith – Brings about the Power from the Kingdom of God with an Awakening from Death to Life. (Matthew 27:52)


Concluding, with Jesus Christ as our example in Prayer. Prayer requires an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ for direction, counsel, and strength. Prayer reveals spiritual weaknesses within us. Prayer exposes the enemy. True Prayer transforms us into the Will of God. Prayer commands the intercession and power from the Kingdom of Heaven manifested in our lives on earth. 

Let “US” pray and keep this perspective, “O Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass from Me; nevertheless, not as I will, but as You will." 

Be Blessed and stay connected to Jesus Christ,

Lady Cynthia Kelly
God’s Humble Servant
Evangelist – International Author

​#MotivationalWisdom Podcast Host