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The Biblical Pattern of Deliverance and Justice with Jonathan Friz

Presence Pioneers Podcast Episode 133

In this podcast episode, Matthew Lilley and Jonathan Friz discuss the biblical pattern of the cry that brings deliverance. They explore how prayer and the cry of God's people elicit a response from God and lead to His intervention and deliverance.

They highlight examples from the Exodus, the book of Chronicles, and even modern history, such as the Holocaust and the founding of Israel. The conversation emphasizes the importance of partnering with God through prayer and seeking His justice in the world.

The Presence Pioneers Podcast exists to help you experience and host God’s presence through worship and prayer - because God’s presence changes everything!

Watch Part 2 of This Interview Here:

🔑 KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODE 🔑

  • Prayer and the cry of God's people elicit a response from God and lead to His intervention and deliverance.

  • God's actions in human history are interactive and responsive to His people, rather than unilateral.

  • The biblical pattern of the cry that brings deliverance can be seen in the Exodus, the book of Chronicles, and even modern history.

  • Partnering with God through prayer is essential in seeking His justice and bringing about His purposes in the world.

VIDEO TIMESTAMPS

00:00 Introduction and Overview

02:12 The Initial Misunderstanding of Prayer

06:24 God's Interactive and Responsive Actions

12:54 The Pattern of the Cry that Brings Deliverance in the Book of Chronicles

26:22 The Global Prayer Movement and Pentecost

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Hosted by Matthew Lilley, the Presence Pioneers podcast exists to help you and your community experience and host the presence of God through day & night worship & prayer – because we believe God’s presence changes everything. We discuss topics such as prophetic worship, intercessory prayer, global missions, unity in the Church, revival and the tabernacle of David.