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MySICY is an intercessory prayer group for women in ministry. We intercede using the Word of God in the name of Jesus Christ, our Saviour. Our aim is to intercede with and for you and, by extension, for those whom you lead. Take a few seconds to view our upcoming prayer meeting dates and to also sign up
Regardless of your race, status, gender or rank, if you are presently in need of prayer We are happy to stand in the gap for you.
Some of our Intercessors
Min. Tenneil Rashford
Int. Peta-Gaye Kelly
Min. Ellecia Clarke-Edwards
Min. Lecia Sutherland
OUR POSITION CONCERNING PRAYER
Prayer is a powerful weapon that has been given to believers in Jesus Christ by God and that is activated through Him - 2 Corinthians 10:4.
Prayer is effective in our natural language (for example, English, Spanish, French etc.) and also in our heavenly language (referred to as 'praying in tongues') as the Holy Spirit gives us utterance - 1 Corinthians 14:15
Prayer is dependent on sincere repentance (Psalm 24:3-4, Psalm 66:18).
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MONTHLY PRAYER MEETINGS
MySICY is an intercessory group of women in ministry. However, our prayer sessions include prayers for all God's people (Ephesians 6:18)
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Hello my friend,
I prepared this word of encouragement with a smile on my face, happy to be able to help lift your spirit today. Be blessed by it.
As I meditated on Acts 9:36-42 concerning the literal restoration of Dorcas, the thought came to me that the legacy of a woman (or any person for that matter) is the story of her life. Dorcas (also named Tabitha) was a disciple of Jesus, a woman of God. She was full of good works and almsdeeds, which means she was a charitable person - a giver. She was also very skillful with her hands. She made coats and garments that formed part of her legacy. Imagine the best fashion designer that you know today- Coco Chanel, Armani, Calvin Klein, Versace, you name them, Dorcas was probably viewed like that among the Hebrew people in her time because of her skills.
We learn of Dorcas’ skills and charity though, in the context of her death. She got sick and died and her body was prepared for viewing. The fact that her body was washed and laid for viewing means that there was no doubt that she was dead. As we would sometimes say, she was ‘dead as nit’. However, God was not done with Dorcas yet. Her legacy was not complete and so God used His servant Peter to bring Dorcas back to life.
Upon hearing of Dorcas' death, Peter went to where her body was laid, knelt down, prayed and commanded the woman of God to arise. She did, and her story allowed many to believe on the Lord.
If you’re reading this, you’re clearly not experiencing physical death like Dorcas did but there may be loss, dead things and situations around you. You may not be hopeful about much. I’ve been at that place before but I now live in the place of God’s restoration and I’m praying, like Peter prayed for Dorcas - that you will arise! Arise out of hurt, brokenness, rejection, sickness, disappointment, worry, out of everything that holds you in a dead place - Arise!! May God restore you and bring to life every dream that you have for yourself, your family, your ministry, your children, your business, your education, your marriage and even your finances. May Jehovah Elyashib (God our restorer) move on your behalf today and bring to life everything that seems dead. May you also stand as Peter did to pray and speak restoration into the life of someone else - yes, you can!
Shout this loud over your life and for the enemy to know - "God is restoring me!!!"
Share with someone that they may also be encouraged.
Your sister in Christ Jesus
There are two women in the Bible who fulfilled a seemingly easy yet major assignment that was given to them by God for the ultimate benefit of millions. They are not spoken of very often but their lives are examples of what obedience to God's assignment should look like. I'm referring to Shiphrah and Puah, the two midwives who chose to obey God rather than man in Exodus 1:15-21.
The extraordinary women were tasked by the king of Egypt to kill every son born to a Hebrew woman.
The backstory that led to this predicament for the midwives who were themselves Hebrews, is that after Joseph's death (read Genesis 50:22-26) a new king arose in Egypt who did not know Joseph and who became fearful of the Israelites' might because they were great in number. Consequently, these Hebrews were given heavy burdens to bear while in Egypt; BUT the bible tells us that the more the children of Israel were afflicted, the more they multiplied and grew! That right there should make every believer glad. The more the enemy tries to limit you and afflict your life, believe that God will still allow you to multiply and grow beyond your burdens.
The advancement of the Hebrews inspite of the burdens they encountered, triggered the king of Egypt to kill the son of every Hebrew woman.
It is an ancient attempt of the enemy to kill who and what God has purposed to live. The king of Egypt gave them an assignment to kill but God gave them an assignment to preserve life. They chose God's assignment because they feared God. If they had chosen to obey the king of Egypt instead of God even Moses, the one who led Israel out of Egypt by God's power, would have died. The midwives were blessed because of their obedience to God. The Bible declares that God dealt well with them and gave them houses - in Egypt, the place where the enemy tried to switch their purpose. Can you imagine that? What an awesome God!
God will continue to raise up natural and spiritual midwives to preserve the life of His people and protect their purpose. My question to you is, can you be a midwife for God, to deliver His people and to preserve life? I pray that you will reject the voice of the enemy and accept the assignment of God. Someone is waiting on you.
Your sister in Christ Jesus
Stay faithful to the things of God. They are not always glittery but they are eternally valuable.
Applicable scripture - 2 Co r. 4:17; Col. 3:2
Applicable scripture - Romans 4:20
(March 7, 2021 - March 14, 2021)
LET FAITH PREVAIL OVER FAITH IN YOUR LIFE. NO MATTER WHAT YOU FACE, BELIEVE GOD.
ELIMINATE ANXIETY FROM YOUR LIFE BECAUSE IT WILL NOT ALLOW FAITH TO TAKE ROOT IN YOU. GIVE YOUR CONCERNS TO THE LORD.
Applicable scripture - Philippians 4:6
(February 28, 2021 - March 6, 2021)
MAY WE BE ACTIVATED TO FUNCTION IN THE POWER THAT GOD HAS MADE AVAILABLE TO US THROUGH CHRIST.
Applicable scripture - Luke 10:19
(February 21, 2021 - February 27, 2021)
WHAT MANNER OF LOVE IS THIS, THAT GOD WOULD ENTER INTO OUR REALITY FOR US TO BE ABLE TO REST IN HIM FOR ALL ETERNITY?
Applicable scripture - John 15:13, John 3:16
WHATEVER STATE YOU ARE IN, GIVE GOD THANKS. THE FACT THAT YOU ARE ALIVE MEANS YOUR SITUATION COULD BE WORSE THAN IT IS NOW. BE GRATEFUL.
Applicable Scripture - 1 Thessalonians 5:18
(February 7, 2021 - February 13, 2021)
(February 14 2021 - February 20, 2021)
NO MATTER HOW GREAT OUR RESPONSIBILITIES ARE, LET US MAKE TIME TO SIT AT THE FEET OF JESUS AND TO LEARN FROM HIM.
Applicable Scripture - Luke 10:38-42
(January 31-February 6, 2021)
(January 24-30, 2021)
YOUR CONFIDENCE SHOULD ONLY BE TIED TO THE HOPE THAT YOU HAVE IN CHRIST.
Applicable Scripture - 1 Corinthians 15:19
TRUST GOD'S WORD IN ALL SITUATIONS. IT WILL GUIDE YOU AND GIVE YOU GREAT PEACE.
Applicable Scripture - Psalm 119:165
(January 17-23, 2021)
(January 10-16, 2021)
YOU DON'T HAVE TO MAKE YOURSELF OUT TO BE ANYTHING. LEAVE YOURSELF IN THE HANDS OF GOD AND HE'LL DO AS HE PLEASES WITH YOU.
Applicable Scripture - Jeremiah 18:6
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WHY WE PRAY FOR OTHERS
Confess [your] faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much. - James 5:16
I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, [and] giving of thanks, be made for all men - 1 Timothy 2:1
Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints. - Ephesians 6:18