I Must Have More of God

It is significant that Jesus compared His elect to a widow harassed by an enemy. The widow had legitimate reasons to quit, but instead, she prevailed. She refused to remove herself from her highest potential simply because of her lowly state. She made no apologies for her lack of finances, wisdom, or charisma. Giving herself no reason to fail, she boldly stated her case before the judge where she pleaded for and received what was hers: legal protection from her opponent.


How did a common widow gain such authority? We can imagine that there must have been a time when, under the relentless pressure of her adversary, she became desperate, and desperation worked to her advantage. Desperation is God’s mallet. It demolishes the stronghold of fear and shatters the chains of our excuses. When our desperation for God exceeds our fears, the kingdom of God advances. Your desperation for God provides the legal protection that the widow pleaded for. You are the widow who has now received all power and authority to defeat the enemy of God.

As we are relentless through intercession, we will see the justice of God released on our behalf into all the earth! As we persevere, let us keep praying and never settle for failure. For this is what the bride of Christ does. She stays on the wall of intercession moving in her authority and prays for justice!



About Ken Winton

Ken Winton is a transparent conversationalist; his inspiring teachings have motivated companies of people around the world into living their lives lighter. Ken is edgy, relatable, some times a goof, but always influential. Ken is an international speaker, author, musician and hosts his own radio show, podcasts and blogs and most of all, loves to go on walks with his wife Becky. When Ken is not on the road he frequents his favorite coffeehouse to sip on a cup of caffeine and chat with the locals. Ken resides in Chico California with his wife, three kids, two daughter-in-laws, one son-in-law and a whole mob of five glorious grand-kids. And, by the way each grandchild is his favorite.
This entry was posted in Authority in Christ, Day and Night Prayer and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s