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Unlocking the Power of the Courts of Heaven: How to Access Gods Divine Legal System



Are you attempting to experience spiritual growth? Do you intend to make use of your legal rights as a child of God? In order to access God's celestial court system and unleash the power of your prayers, you can use the Courts of Heaven, a potent and frequently underutilized tool. This page will go over the rules of this courtroom, how to get there, why it's significant, and how to get your petitions' answered.


Isaiah 43:26 states "Put me in remembrance; let us argue together; set forth your case, that you may be proved right." This verse shows that God invites his people to present their case to him and to argue their innocence. It emphasizes the importance of remembering and bringing our needs, troubles, and concerns to God and to be able to prove our innocence. It also suggests that God is always willing to listen, to hear and to understand our situations, and to work with us to find solutions. This verse encourages us to approach God in prayer and to present our case before him, knowing that he is a just and fair judge who will always act in our best interest.


What is the purpose of the courts of Heaven?

The spiritual courts of Heaven conduct business in the spiritual world. Through prayer, believers can get access to these realms of legal rights and power. We can ask God for victories and answers to our prayers through these courts. When we enter the heavenly courts, God receives our prayers and sends His Holy Spirit to answer them.


These courts exist to provide justice to the brokenhearted. It is a place where God can work and act in the circumstances of His children. The Heavily Courts offer a location where Christians can go to get answers to their questions and obtain freedom from whatever problems they maybe going through including legal issues they might be dealing with. We can use the Courts of Heaven for many different purposes. We can ask for forgiveness for ourselves or for others, seek guidance or direction from God, seek protection from spiritual attacks, or even ask for financial provision. We can also intercede on behalf of others by bringing their needs before God in prayer. No matter what we need help with or what situation we find ourselves in, the Courts of Heaven are available to help us with all these things and more! In this way, the heavenly courts function as a spiritual force that instills fairness and righteousness in our daily lives.


Psalm 103:6 states "The Lord works righteousness and justice for all who are oppressed." This verse highlights that God is actively working to bring about righteousness and justice for those who are oppressed. It reminds us that God does not ignore the cries of the oppressed, but instead he hears them and works to bring about justice for them. This verse gives us hope that God is always on the side of the oppressed and is working to bring about justice and righteousness in their lives, and it also serves as a reminder that God is a just and righteous God who will always act in the best interest of his people.



How do people gain access to the courts of Heaven?

Gaining access to the courts of Heaven is a concept found throughout the bible with over 3,500 references to it. In order to access the power of the Courts of Heaven, we must first understand how they work. We must recognize that they are not physical courts but spiritual ones that exist outside of time and space. Through prayer and petitioning God, believers can make their case before the courts of Heaven and receive answers to their requests. The Bible highly encourages believers to pray for breakthroughs and to supplicate for their needs.


The Bible claims that Christians can approach God with confidence because they are certain that He hears and answers prayers. Furthermore, when Christians pray in the name of Jesus, they can anticipate having their requests answered. The power of the Holy Spirit is at work while they pray, helping them petition God to grant their petitions and receiving a favorable response.


Ultimately, gaining access to the courts of Heaven involves petitioning God in prayer, trusting in the power of the Holy Spirit and believing that God will provide the answers to our needs. Both adults and children can take part in this spiritual practice, and it can be likened to making a legal argument in a courtroom on a battlefield. Taking the time to make our requests known to God can open the door to the courts of Heaven and lead to miraculous deliverance.


Hebrews 4:16 states "Let us then approach God's throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need." These verses shows us that we can approach the throne of God with confidence, knowing that we will find mercy and grace to help us in our time of need. It is a reminder that God is always ready to help and support us in our struggles and that we can turn to him at any time. It also highlights the importance of approaching God with confidence and faith, knowing that He is always there to hear and answer our prayers.


How does the justice system in the courts of Heaven work?

The human legal system is typically the first thing that comes to mind when we think of the justice system. In contrast, the courts of Heaven have a totally different kind of legal system in place. The legal rights and regulations that apply to terrestrial courts do not apply to this spiritual court of justice. It is based on divine laws and principles, rather than man-made laws. However the Old Testament Jewish law is seen as a type of "divine law" that is still in effect today and can be used in the courts of heaven to address legal issues such as curses, judgments, and other hindrances that are preventing believers from receiving God's blessings. These laws provide a framework for understanding the legal proceedings that take place in the courts of heaven, and how believers can access them through prayer and intercession.


Through prayer, we are able to access the court of Heaven and make our requests known to God. He is then able to work in our lives and provide us with the deliverance and breakthroughs that we need. As we faithfully pray, we can expect that God will intervene and bring us the victory that we seek.


The court of Heaven also has jurisdiction over the spiritual world. When we pray, we are pleading with God to use his enormous power to act on our behalf. We can also ask the Holy Spirit for help in seeing our prayers answered because He is the one who represents us before God as our intercessor. We can also ask our children to join us in prayer and ask God to act on our behalf.


The heavenly courts' justice system is a potent force that can fulfill our requests and set us free from any restraints we may be under. By praying and asking God to help us, we can enter this court of justice and be set free.


Proverbs 24:11-12 states "Rescue those who are unjustly sentenced to death; don't stand back and let them die. Don't try to avoid responsibility by saying you didn't know about it. For God, who knows all hearts, will judge in your place. He is aware of everyone's actions." These verses remind us that God is aware of every situation and He will always do what is right by judging in our place. It encourages us to be proactive in helping those who are unjustly sentenced and to not stand back and let them die, instead we should take responsibilities and help them. It also highlights that God knows all hearts and he is aware of everyone's actions, therefore we should not try to avoid responsibilities by saying we didn't know about it. These verses remind us that God is a just and fair judge who will always act in the best interest of his people, and we should strive to do the same.


How are cases heard in the courts of Heaven?

In Christian theology, Heaven is seen as the dwelling place of God, where He rules and passes judgement. People may appeal to God for justice, deliverance, or help with difficult issues by praying individually or in groups. This is the way to go to the court of Heaven.


The Bible states that God is aware of all our needs and prayers and is thus present in court. Even though Heaven is not a physical place, God's laws still apply and those who transgress them will be held accountable according to His standards.


In the courts of Heaven, cases are heard based on the principle of faith. According to Hebrews 11:6, “Without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to Him must believe that He exists and that He rewards those who earnestly seek Him.” This means that when we pray with faith and trust in God's power and goodness, He will hear our prayers and answer them according to His will. In addition to this, Psalm 5:3 tells us that “The Lord hears when I call; He answers me from His holy hill.” This shows us that God is always listening for our prayers and is ready to answer them in accordance with His perfect will.


In the courts of Heaven, prayers offered on behalf of others can be especially powerful. We can petition God to answer the needs of our children, our family, our friends, or even our enemies in an incredibly powerful way. We can also seek God's help on the battlefield, asking Him for protection and guidance in times of crisis.

The Holy Spirit is known as our advocate in Heaven's courts, assisting us in making our petitions known to God. He can also intercede on our behalf and assist us in receiving the answers we seek.


Whatever our problems are, we can seek assistance from the courts of Heaven. We can access God's justice and grace through prayer and the power of the Holy Spirit, and receive the answers we seek.


1 John 2:1 states "My dear children, I am writing this to you so that you will not sin. But if anyone does sin, we have an advocate who pleads our case before the Father. He is Jesus Christ, the one who is truly righteous." This verse reminds us that Jesus is our advocate, who pleads our case before the Father. It emphasizes that as believers, we have access to Jesus, who is the one who truly righteous, to advocate for us when we sin. It also reminds us that the purpose of this verse is to encourage us to not sin, but if we do, we have Jesus as our advocate, who is interceding for us. This verse gives us comfort and hope that even when we fall short, we have Jesus who stands before the Father on our behalf, representing us and pleading our case.


What are the consequences of decisions made in the courts of Heaven?

The outcomes of the courts of Heaven can have a profound impact, in both the spiritual and physical worlds. On the spiritual side, judgments issued from the courts of Heaven can affect the way that God answers prayers and petitions, as well as the way the Holy Spirit works in people's lives. On the physical side, decisions made in the courts of Heaven can result in progress in terms of legal rights for certain individuals, or in the protection of vulnerable children. Those who are found guilty of their transgressions will face punishment in accordance with the laws set forth by God, while those who are found innocent will be rewarded with blessings. Ultimately, the decisions made in the courts of Heaven can have a substantial impact on many people's lives.


In the courts of Heaven, God passes judgement on petitions and prayers that we make. The decisions made in these courts can have a number of consequences, both spiritual and physical.


On the spiritual side, decisions made in the courts of Heaven can affect the way God answers prayers and petitioners, as well as the way the Holy Spirit works in people's lives. Therefore, a decision made in the courts of Heaven can have a profound spiritual impact.


Ultimately, the courts of Heaven are powerful places where people can make petitions to God and access His justice and grace. They can be a source of breakthroughs and answers that can change our lives and the lives of others.


Luke 18:7-8 says "Even he rendered a just decision in the end. So don’t you think God will surely give justice to his chosen people who cry out to him day and night? Will he keep putting them off? I tell you, he will grant justice to them quickly!..." This verse reminds us that God is a just and righteous judge, who will always give justice to his chosen people. It emphasizes that when we cry out to God day and night, He will not put us off, instead He will grant justice to us quickly. It encourages us to approach God with confidence, knowing that He is always ready to hear and answer our prayers. This verse also highlights the importance of persistence in prayer, to not give up even when we don't see an immediate answer, God will grant justice to us quickly. This verse gives us hope and assurance that God is always listening and will always act in the best interest of his people.


In conclusion, the courts of Heaven are a powerful and underutilized tool for believers to access God's divine legal system and unleash the power of their prayers. Through prayer and petitioning God, we can make our case before the courts of Heaven and receive answers to our requests. The legal rights and regulations that apply to terrestrial courts do not apply to this spiritual court of justice, but the Old Testament Jewish law is seen as a type of "divine law" that can be used in the courts of heaven to address legal issues such as curses, judgments, and other hindrances that are preventing believers from receiving God's blessings. Gaining access to the courts of Heaven involves petitioning God in prayer, trusting in the power of the Holy Spirit, and believing that God will provide the answers to our needs. As we approach the courts of Heaven through prayer, we can expect God to intervene and bring us the victory that we seek.

Prayer for Convening the Courts of Heaven and Presenting Accusations: Dear Heavenly Father, I come before you now in the name of Jesus according to Matthew 18:18 and ask that the Courts of Heaven be convened over my life today. Jesus, I ask that all books be open on my behalf. I address this Court, Heavenly Father, through the righteous Son of God, Jesus Christ. I ask that Father, Jesus is my Advocate and that all Court parties be present. I bring before you any accusations made against me and ask for your wisdom and guidance in identifying the root cause and for your healing and forgiveness. I call on your name and authority to divide soul and spirit and to forgive those who have accused me. I ask for your guidance and confirmation as I move forward and for the striking and purging of any accusations from all court records. I trust in your justice and righteousness, Amen.

Blessings,

Pastor Timothy Tomlinson

Healing The Brokenhearted

 

Learn about The Courts of Heaven through our Masterclass:

The Courts of Heaven Masterclass is a course that teaches how to approach Jesus as Judge and access the Mercy Court of Heaven to get justice quickly. It covers topics such as reasons why prayers are not answered, regaining confidence in aggressive intercession, understanding how the courts of heaven work, dealing with adversaries and accusations, presenting a case, and accessing breakthroughs in prayer that have been delayed for years. The course is taught by Pastor Timothy, who has helped thousands gain freedom from the enemy's stronghold for over 14 years. The course aims to help participants experience the Joy of the Lord, be led by the Lord, hear His voice clearer, and fulfill their destiny.




 

Facts about the Courts of Heaven

1. The Courts of Heaven are a spiritual legal system that operates in tandem with the earthly courts.

2. The Courts of Heaven are based on Biblical principles and are presided over by God.

3. Access to the Courts of Heaven is through prayer, petition, and declarations of faith.

4. The Courts of Heaven can provide legal protection, deliverance, and protection from spiritual attack.

5. The Courts of Heaven can grant legal rights, breakthroughs, and answers to prayers.

6. The Courts of Heaven can be used to fight spiritual battles on behalf of children and other vulnerable individuals.

7. The Courts of Heaven can provide access to God's divine justice and mercy.

8. The Holy Spirit works through the Courts of Heaven to answer prayers and provide spiritual guidance.





















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