The Courts of Heaven
Learn How to come to Jesus as Judge
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE COURTS OF HEAVEN
Learn how to get justice quickly as you approach Jesus as Judge and access The Mercy Court of Heaven
Do you need answers to your prayers from Jesus? Are you struggling to overcome obstacles in your life, be it in your spiritual, emotional, mental, physical, or financial well-being? Do you feel blocked in your prayer life despite learning about discipleship?
If you have tried to understand the Courts of Heaven through books, videos, conferences or sessions with famous authors and ministers, but still struggle to grasp the concept, then this training is for you!
Pastor Timothy will teach you how to come to Jesus as a friend, father, and judge to gain freedom from the enemy. He will share his expertise on inner healing and guide you through the process of approaching Jesus in the Courts of Heaven. This Masterclass will be a mix of teaching and healing, so come prepared to receive from the Lord.
With over 3,500 biblical references, this training will deepen your understanding of the Courts of Heaven and provide you with step-by-step instructions on accessing the Mercy Court. Pastor Timothy will answer questions and call on volunteers, and reference Hebrews 4:16 and Luke 18:1-8. These passages remind us to approach the throne of grace with confidence and never give up on our prayers.
Psalm 34:17 says, "The righteous cry out, and the Lord hears them; he delivers them from all their troubles." So, let us come to the Lord in prayer, knowing that he hears us and is ready to deliver us from our troubles.
Say goodbye to the enemy's control over your life and experience true freedom through the Courts of Heaven. The training will cover topics such as creating and presenting your case, dealing with accusations, and accessing the Mercy Court through Jesus.
Get your victory in Jesus' name by accessing the Mercy Court of Heaven! Learn how to use God's Word for spiritual warfare, come before Jesus as judge, and receive healing and restoration in your relationships, marriages, and trauma. Fulfill your destiny and become the person God called you to be. The accuser has been cast down, so let us approach the throne of grace with confidence and receive salvation, strength, and the power of Jesus Christ.
Two great biblical stories of approaching the throne of grace and presenting their case before God are the stories of King David in Psalm 51 and the woman with the issue of blood in Mark 5:34. King David, after committing sin, cried out to God for forgiveness and restoration. He acknowledged his wrongdoing and presented his case before God, asking for mercy and grace. Similarly, the woman with the issue of blood, despite facing opposition and obstacles, approached Jesus with faith and presented her case before him. She believed that if she could just touch his cloak, she would be healed. And so she was, she received her healing and was restored.
These stories remind us that no matter what our struggles may be, we can approach the throne of grace and present our case before God. We can trust in his mercy and grace to heal and restore us in every area of our lives.
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The courtroom scenario of prayer is the only prayer model that ensures a quick response from our Heavenly Father the Just Judge.
Luke 18:7-8 (NLT)
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!...
We must address the issues that prevent us from obtaining everything that God has planned for us.
Let us review the situation together, and you can present your case to prove your innocence.
If you are looking to be set free and walk in the fullness of the Lord then this training will help guide you to gain freedom from the enemies legal right and break off his stronghold through the word of God in Jesus name. There is help and hope for you through Jesus Christ. You can find freedom in the Jesus name to overcome by the blood of the lamb and through your testimony.
This course includes:
3:18 of hours on-demand video
Full lifetime access
Accessing the Mercy Court of Heaven an Introduction
Reasons Your Prayers Are Not Answered
The 3 Models of prayer Jesus gave
Dealing with your Adversary & Accusation
Accusations and Self Inner Healing
Create and Presenting your Case
Walk through with volunteers
Step by Step Instructions
Q&A Replay with Pastor Timothy Tomlinson
Lifetime access to the video replay
As human beings, we can be easily discouraged when we don't receive immediate answers to our prayers. It's easy to become impatient when we have specific timelines in mind and want our requests to be granted as soon as possible. However, as Galatians 6:9 reminds us, we should not give up doing good, and blessings will come in due time.
Jesus, too, understood that his disciples could become disheartened when they didn't receive immediate answers to their prayers. He taught them to always pray and never lose heart, as explained in Luke 18:1. This encouragement reminds us to keep faith in God and continue to pray without ceasing.
Furthermore, when it comes to prayer, the courtroom scenario is the most effective model to ensure a prompt response from our Heavenly Father. As stated in Luke 18:7-8, God will quickly grant justice to those who cry out to Him day and night. This is an incredible promise that reinforces the importance of faith and persistence in prayer.
Lastly, we must address any obstacles that prevent us from receiving God's blessings. As Isaiah 43:26 explains, we should review our situations and present our cases to prove our innocence. This means taking responsibility for our actions and addressing anything that may be hindering us from experiencing the fullness of God's blessings in our lives.
In conclusion, we should remain steadfast in our faith, trust in God's timing, and persevere in prayer. With these principles in mind, we can overcome any obstacles and receive the blessings God has in store for us.
Pastor Timothy Tomlinson