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In the Name of Jesus, we speak health instead of sickness across this land, life instead of death, increase against decrease in all financial matters and that in these days of shaking, many will turn to Jesus.

“No longer will they call your land Desolate, but you will be called Hephzibah (my delight is in her) and Your land Beulah (married)”

Isaiah 62:4

Lord, even as You are calling Your people to a new level in prayer for our nation, we thank You for the police officers, the emergency services and the health workers, who show their love in word and in action. We speak strength, favour and protection to them and healing into every wound, physical, mental or emotional, brought about by stress or experience in the fulfilment of their duties and we bless their families in the Name of Jesus.

Now Lord, we come into agreement with Your word, “Mercy and truth have met together; righteousness and peace have kissed”. Psalm 85:10

You desire this nation displays Your Glory and Your Kingship, so in the Name of Jesus, we decree and declare these services within our nation will be emotionally and spiritually whole, able to respond with wisdom, compassion and strength. We decree and declare they will lead the way, locally, nationally and internationally, marked out by righteousness, justice, mercy and efficiency.

We call forth the necessary resources in the Name of Jesus, and we speak wisdom to all those responsible for allocating funds, from Government to local councils,  that the police, emergency and health services in this nation will be funded and resourced according to the wisdom, design and blueprint of heaven.

We speak Your wisdom and counsel to all those making decisions concerning social distancing and lockdown measures.

Now Lord, we declare the National Health Service, in this season, Government, Trusts, managers and medical staff will work together, co-operating and stewarding resources well. We decree and declare the National Health Service will emerge, ground breaking in quality, efficiency and good governance.

Suzanne Ferrett