9 Prophetic Prayers and Decrees to Expose Wicked Deeds

9 Prophetic Prayers and Decrees to Expose Wicked Deeds

President Trump, many prophets–including myself–prophesied about corruption in the elections process. Specifically, I prophesied on Oct. 30 during a prayer event that the enemy was working to bring in corruption into the process.

I do not know how deep the corruption is or how it affected the ultimate voter count. All we have is one side arguing the election was stolen and the other side contending the election was the safest in American history. 

Against that backdrop, we are not impotent nor do we have to get into strife with each other over what happened. Instead, we can walk in love, and walk in the power of a decree. As you’ve heard me say many times, decrees make the devil flee

If corruption, voter fraud and other schemes fueled a Joe Biden win, I have no doubt our prayers for exposure will yield the fruit of exposure. If we pray anything according to God’s will, we can be confident He hears and answers us (see 1 John 5:14).

Here are nine prophetic prayers and decrees to expose wicked deeds:

Lord, let every evil doer come to the light, so his works can be exposed, according to John 3:20.

Lord make visible what the enemy has hidden in darkness, according to Ephesians 5:13.

We decree we will not take part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but expose them according to Ephesians 5:11.

We decree those who call darkness light will be found out, according to Isaiah 5:20.

We decree a righteous judgment in the U.S. 2020 elections according to John 7:24.

We decree every hidden evil act will be revealed, whether good or evil, according to Ephesians 12:14.

We decree there is nothing covered up that will not be revealed, or hidden that will not be known, according to Luke 12:2.

We decree the Lord will bring to light things hidden in the darkness and disclose the motives of mens’ hearts, according to 1 Corinthians 4:5.

Thank you, Lord, that darkness cannot overcome the light according to John 1:5.

We pray and decree in Jesus’ name. Amen!

I still stand behind the Nebuchadnezzar moment word, which many leaders in the Body of Christ are confirming either publicly or privately.

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