“He who scattered Israel is gathering1 him, and will keep him as a shepherd keeps his flock.” (Jeremiah 31:10)
“Let them all be confounded and turned back that hate Zion.
Let them be as the grass upon the housetops, which withers before it grows up.” (Psalm 129:5-6)
“Destroy, O Lord, and divine their tongues!” (Psalm 55:9)
The sceptre of the wicked will not remain over the land allotted to the righteous… “ (Psalm 125:3)
For the Lord will not forsake his people,
For His great name sake,
Because it is pleasing to the Lord
To make Israel His people. (First Samuel 12:22)
Let all the earth fear the Lord;
Let all inhabitants of the world stand in awe of Him.
For He spoke, and it was done.
He commanded, and it stood fast.
The Lord brings the counsel of the nations to nothing;
He makes the plans of the peoples of no effect.
The counsel of the Lord stands forever,
The plans of His heart to all generations.
Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord,
The people He has chosen as His own inheritance. (Psalm 33:8-12)
Show your marvellous loving-kindness by Your right hand,
O You who save those who trust in You
From those who rise up against them.
Keep Israel2 as the apple of Your eye;
Hide them under the shadow for Your wings,
From the wicked who oppress them,
From their deadly enemies who surround them.” (Psalm 1 7:7-9)
“If it has not been the Lord who was on our side,”
Let Israel now say –
“If it hand not been the Lord
Then they would have swallowed us alive,
When their wrath was kindled against us;
Then the waters would have overwhelmed us,
The stream would have swept us over our soul;
Then the swollen waters
Would have swept over our soul.”
Blessed be the Lord,
Who has not given us a prey to their teeth.
Our soul has escaped as a bird from the snares of the fowlers;
The snare is broken, and we have escaped.
Our help is in the name of the Lord,
Who made heaven and earth. (Psalm 124)
Amen and Amen and Amen!
1Changed to present tense because it is happening now.
2Changed “me” to “Israel.”
The above is taken from “Prayers & Proclamations” by Derek Prince, p165-168