If your feeling heaviness these last few months. Instead of internalizing it, ask the Father if this is a call to pray and ask Papa, “what can I do? What can I say?” Pray from what you hear from the Lord. If you don’t know what to pray, your cries and even praying in the spirit, even if it’s tears, when you turn your heart towards him is powerful. We wrestle not against flesh and blood but against principalities and darkness in high places.
We were created to reign with Him and that means we have a part to play in listening to the groans and the cry across the land for healing and freedom from the brokenness that is happening around us! Your words, your cries, your prayers are powerful and heard, not just by the Father, but all of creation when you cry out for healing and freedom!
“For the Holy Spirit makes God’s fatherhood real to us as he whispers into our innermost being, “You are God’s beloved child!” And since we are his true children, we qualify to share all his treasures, for indeed, we are heirs of God himself. And since we are joined to Christ, we also inherit all that he is and all that he has. We will experience being co-glorified with him provided that we accept his sufferings as our own. I am convinced that any suffering we endure is less than nothing compared to the magnitude of glory that is about to be unveiled within us. The entire universe is standing on tiptoe, yearning to see the unveiling of God’s glorious sons and daughters! For against its will the universe itself has had to endure the empty futility resulting from the consequences of human sin. But now, with eager expectation, all creation longs for freedom from its slavery to decay and to experience with us the wonderful freedom coming to God’s children. To this day we are aware of the universal agony and groaning of creation, as if it were in the contractions of labor for childbirth. And it’s not just creation. We who have already experienced the firstfruits of the Spirit also inwardly groan as we passionately long to experience our full status as God’s sons and daughters—including our physical bodies being transformed. For this is the hope of our salvation. But hope means that we must trust and wait for what is still unseen. For why would we need to hope for something we already have?”
Romans 8:16-24 TPT