Andrew Tate Prayer
January 22nd, 2023 in the darkened silence of solitary confinement there is almost no noise. Pray for me. I can hear you. Andrew Tate. Lord, we humbly come before you to pray for Andrew Tate that he may come to only hear your voice while he suffers the corruptions and the vileness that is inherited in prosecutors and governments around the world sufferings your saints are too familiar with. We pray that Andrew Tate might learn from this discipline that he too is the same as they. May the promise be true for Andrew Tate. “You brought us into prison and laid burdens on our backs. You let men ride over our heads. We went through fire and water but you brought us to a place of abundance.” (Psalm 66 verses 11 & 12)
While alone in the barbaric dark and silence of solitary confinement that you would convince him of his sins against you. That he would driven to his knees and new found meekness cry out to you for mercy. Discovering that he is not honest, not pure, or more righteous than those who have treated him with contempt. “For the sacrifices of God are a broken spirit, a broken and contrite heart, O God! you will not despise.” (Psalm 51 verse 17). Lord as you have let the ungodly steal his property and freedom to sit alone in a black cell that in that darkness he would see the light of his self-indulgence, impurity, greed, pride, sexual sins, and rebellion against you. That he too, like them, are dishonest in his life and have need to repent.
May Andrew Tate find the true freedom of selfless, pure love that can only come into a person’s life by your great power. Grant him in sight to see the cross and that hating his own life is the road to true freedom. May Andrew Tate come to see that even the demons believe in God and he is headed to their prison. Turn mister Tate’s eyes away from the prosecutors and tormentors, hypocrisies, and toward your holy throne of mercy. May your son Jesus open the blind eyes of mister Tate while the ungodly like him demand vengeance, torture, and untold but not unknown corruptions be heaped upon him.
May mister be enlightened by your Holy Spirit that you are righteous and loving toward those who repent. May Andrew Tate be blessed according to Psalms 107. “Some sat in darkness in the deepest gloom. Prisoners suffering in iron chains for they had rebelled against the words of God and despise the council of the most high. So, he subjected them to bitter labor. They stumbled and there was no one to help. Then they cried to the Lord in trouble and he saved them from their distress. He brought them out of darkness and the deepest gloom and broke away their chains.” (Psalms 107:10-14).
May mister Tate be granted the freedom from the black and prison cell his soul has occupied all his life. Free him Lord with your freedom. The only true freedom. The freedom to walk a holy life. “But now that you have been set free from sin and have become to God the benefit you reap leads to holiness and the result is eternal life.” (Romans 6:22). Amen.
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